A Thousand Paths to Hope
By Jane Garton
A new edition to a stylish series that has sold over 6 million copies in 18 different languages. Uplifting, sensitive and compassionate words for a range of human emotions and needs. Sophisticated design in a 'pick-up-able' square format.
Hope is the light that guides us through our darkest days. The latest edition in the 'A Thousand Paths' series provides inspiration and encouragement on the theme of hope helping you to keep you firmly on track to a life of positivity.The 'Thousand Paths' series aims to help readers learn how to achieve hopefulness by stimulating the body and mind and urging them to explore emotions and take charge of their emotional well-being. This edition examines the relationship between hope and many other areas of life such as relationships, ambitions and dreams. It aims to provide the reader with a sense of empowerment over their own levels of hope, encouraging hope when life gets tough.
Author Jane Garton is an accomplished writer, having written, edited and co-edited a wide range of publications over the past 20 years including: New Woman, The Health Store Magazine, Lifeline (Great Ormand Street magazine), HFEA Guide, Tesco Healthy Living, Pink Ribbon magazine, Top Sante, Nursing Times, Fitness, Chat, Upbeat (magazine for BUPA members) and handbag.comShe is also the author of Happy - 100 tips to feel good (MQP), 1000 Paths to Hope (MQP to be published Jan 2008), Things to do now that you're Retire (MQP to be published Mar 2008), 5-minute Guides to Yoga, Feng shui, Aromatherapy, Detox.
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15 Jan 2008
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This book stimulates both mind and body to see where does happiness actually lie. It is within us. I've learned to exercise greater control over my sad feelings once I read 'A Thousand Paths to Happiness'. I've taken a different path to happiness and that's what has made the difference with this book. It's made me feel better about who I am because it was written for me. My psychology. Made me feel better than any other book I've read so far.
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