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Coming Into Your Own

Author : Barbara Cecil
ISBN : 1935952609
Genre : Self-Help
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Google references 94,000,000 hits dealing with "Women in Life Transitions.” What if the throes of change provide access to one’s innate calling? Author Barbara Cecil's experience with thousands of women says that this is so, and that these women want help to align themselves with an inner truth. Coming Into Your Own: A Woman's Guide Through Life Transitions helps organize the chaos inherent in change. It gives readers a path that is rightly their own. Personal stories from women around the world give hope. Coming Into Your Own describes the inherent "field of possibility” that lives just under the storylines of our lives. This invisible field contains the potential that is uniquely our own. The book also outlines specific, universal phases of transition in what Cecil has named the "Wheel of Change." She calls these phases "Dwelling Places” because we must dwell in each one for as long as it takes to fulfill the promise of that stage. Identifying where we are on this map is greatly relieving. Once we know where we are, we understand how to make contact with the underlying field of possibility that will, in turn, inform our choices and give meaning to our lives.
Category: Self-Help

Women And Transition

Author : Linda Rossetti
ISBN : 9781137476555
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 69.28 MB
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In a recent study, ninety percent of women stated that they 'expect to transition' within the next five years. Rather than be frustrated, Rosetti argues that with thought and some elbow grease, transition is not only healthy but rewarding. Women and Transition is a step-by-step how-to guide that every woman can learn from.
Category: Business & Economics

Brave Transitions

Author : Katie K. Snapp
ISBN : 1502498758
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 59.92 MB
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With an assortment of personal and professional strings pulling various directions, the 21st Century woman often resembles a sweater unraveling. Strained, tense, and exhausted, women are pushed more than ever to achieve, often as a result of our own self-imposed and silly standards. In Brave Transitions, Katie Snapp maintains that our pasts actually should catch up with us more, because therein lies proof of our strengths in action. Confidence can be found in the memory of success, and too many women underplay their assets instead of leveraging them. Being able to face change with a fresh perspective can lead to re-opened doors, lifted weights, and a regained composure. For women making any personal or professional transition, this book revives a sense of sanity through instructional exercises and shared stories. Readers can assess their particular situation and try on new perspectives through tips and techniques.
Category: Self-Help

Girl Meets Change

Author : Kristen Strong
ISBN : 9781441248510
Genre : Religion
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Whether chosen and celebrated--like going off to college or welcoming your first baby--or unexpected and anxiety-inducing--like losing a job or grappling with a broken trust--all change brings stress. Kristen Strong knows about change--especially the kind you didn't choose or expect. What she's fought hard to learn over the years is that change is not something to be feared but something to be received as a blessing from a God who, more often than not, works through change, not in spite of it. Strong has learned to see change not as a grievance but as a grace. In this hope-filled book, she shows women how when we follow God's will, we receive blessings of contentment, purpose, and renewed strength. She encourages women to see change not as the end of their story but as the scenery for this part of life's journey. And she offers practical advice for coping with change in every part of life. Anyone who has struggled to adjust to life's transitions will welcome this warm and personal perspective.
Category: Religion


Author : Julia Cameron
ISBN : 9781440674426
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 56.54 MB
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In this gift-sized book, Julia Cameron shares beautiful prayers of empowerment followed by potent declarations and reflections on the nature of change and coping. They extend beyond affirmations to facilitate a powerful awakening of the potential of the human soul and to revitalize our abilities to transform our lives in the face of whatever the universe may put in our life's path.Transitions will help guide the soul and draw readers toward the source of their inner strength. Whether read in one sitting, or used over time, this is a book no thoughtful being will want to be without.
Category: Self-Help


Author : Mara Drummond
ISBN : 9780557052615
Genre : Sex change
File Size : 89.47 MB
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Having a gender identity that conflicts with one's physical gender is a huge emotional burden. The anxiety, stress and depression that can result from having such a conflict can push a person to the point where everything in life that is held dear is risked to undertake one of the hardest challenges a human being can make: transitioning from one gender to the other.If you have an incongruent gender identity and are considering a gender transition to bring peace to your life, Transitions will help you understand all the implications of the journey you are about to undertake. Transitions will guide you through the transition process from end to end, teaching you how to come out to friends and family, maintain employment, manage transition finances, deal with sex and religion, plan your physical changes, pass and fit in as a member of your new gender, and more.
Category: Sex change

Women In Career And Life Transitions

Author : Sandy Anderson
ISBN : 1563706709
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 86.43 MB
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Offers advice on career and life changes such as developing support systems, generating financial plans, creating resumes, mastering the interview, negotiating offers, and handling stress
Category: Social Science

Butterfly Transition

Author : Diana Ramsey
ISBN : 069268557X
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Butterfly Transition, my fears, my secrets, my life, my hair, my future. They we all staring at me in the face, asking when was I going to give them their day in the sun. Then I broke. I'd spent 5 years helping naturals maintain their hair but it was my life that lacked care and consideration. As I set out to release Butterfly Transition, a book about transitioning natural hair, I had an epiphany. Butterfly Transition wasn't just about hair. The intersection of hair and life forced me to get uncomfortable and start being real. I was after my authentic self in both my hair and my life.

Finding Masculinity

Author : Emmett J.P. Lundberg
ISBN : 9781626011861
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Living out something you've spent countless hours daydreaming about and wondering about is an experience that isn't easily put into words." - Will Krisanda Finding Masculinity is a collection of stories from a small cross section of the transgender male community that shares insight into the diversity of life experiences of transgender men, beyond the traditional narrative. This anthology examines the many facets of life that transition impacts; transitioning on the job, emotional and spiritual growth, family, navigating the medical community, as well as romantic relationships. The stories within come from scientists, teachers, fathers, veterans, and artists who share how being visible as the masculine humans they identify as has developed, changed, and evolved their sense of masculinity.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Moon Divas Guidebook

Author : Lara Vesta
ISBN : 1592998305
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 28.46 MB
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An essential toolkit for women in all stages of life transitions, the Moon Divas Guidebook offers accessible, fun and interactive support. Whether you are changing careers, beginning or ending a relationship, parenting, healing, grieving, birthing, graduating or longing to create your best, most possible life, Lara and Deva have developed self-care and sustenance practices to nurture positive, proactive transformation. PLUS: Art and writing prompts, delicious seasonal recipes, garden remedies, cyclic celebrations, community creation tips and MORE! Lara Vesta, MFA and Deva Munay, CMT are teachers of writing, self-care, ceremony and spiritual practice. This book is born from the Moon Divas workshop series they co-facilitate.
Category: Health & Fitness