Gratitude Inspirations by Melody Beattie, Author of the Language of Letting Go (Paperback)
|Author: Melody Beattie|
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|Melody Beattie''s Gratitude is an antidote to today''s harried lifestyle. Beautifully illustrated and ideal for gift-giving, Gratitude encourages readers to reconnect with what''s truly important in life, the everyday blessings that are ever-present and ever-sustaining. |
Featuring stirring passages from More Language of Letting Go, Beattie''s best-selling book of daily affirmations, Gratitude inspires readers to be thankful for everything in their lives whether they feel grateful or not.
An attitude of gratitude transforms everyday disappointments and frustrations, Beattie explains. A sense of gratitude provides valuable perspective when facing problems. And above all else, a sense of gratitude helps us truly recognize the presence of a Higher Power in our lives.
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A celebration of the gift of gratitude encourages individuals to reconnect with the things that are truly important in life, inspiring them to be thankful for everything in their lives--whether they feel grateful or not. Original. 100,000 first printing.
Melody Beattie is recognized as a major figure in the field of self-help and recovery. Her book "Codependent No More" is a groundbreaking text in the field and has been a top seller since its publication in 1987. Beattie has been in recovery herself, and she shares her experiences in her book, as well as her own experiences with codependency. Although she worked as a counselor, Beattie does not have any advanced degrees in the field. In an afterword, she writes, "This book is just an opinion..." "Beyond Codependency", about healthy healing, and "The Language of the Heart", a book of meditations, follow from her earlier work. In "Stop Being Mean to Yourself", she recounts her journey to Morocco, Algiers, and Egypt, and she seems headed toward new ground, perhaps away from 12-step programs to another experience of self-esteem.