Quit Hiding, Start Living! How Women Can Free Themselves From Past Hurts by Gladys Famoriyo

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What is your reaction when someone hurts you? The chances are you withdraw from them and possibly others. Like many, you may find yourself putting up barricades to protect yourself and hide your hurting heart. Whilst having a 'no entry' sign on your heart and hiding from others may seem to work for a while, long term, it can have a detrimental effect on your physical, emotional and spiritual health. And so, 'Quit Hiding, Start Living' will help you uncover and deal with your past hurts without resorting to unhealthy withdrawal patterns and negative emotions. It will also provide you with steps to forgiving others and help you (re)build healthy relationships whilst putting healthy boundaries in place. Working through Quit Hiding, Start Living, along with its exercises, will allow you to discover and embrace God's plan for you as well as your valuable and active role in His community.

About Gladys Famoriyo

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Gladys Famoriyo is an award-winning author, inspirational speaker, consultant and professional coach with many years international experience. Her books include Overcoming Emotional Baggage: A Woman's Guide To Living The Abundant Life (ISBN 0-924748-73-7), Healing A Discouraged Heart: Getting Back On Track When Life Lets You Down (ISBN: 978-0-9562606-3-5) and her latest Quit Hiding, Start Living! How Women Can Free Themselves From Past Hurts (ISBN: 978-0-9562606-6-6). Gladys is the CEO of Success Partners - an award-winning consulting and training leader for the development and empowerment of women. Success Partners pioneers the Gladys Famoriyo Academy which aims to be the number one place where female authors, speakers and leaders are developed and given expert advice through seminars, workshops, conference speaking, consultancy and coaching. Gladys is also the Founder of Gladys Famoriyo Ministries which teaches practical principles to promote emotional restoration and spiritual growth through books, resources, conferences and the media. It also spearheads the Overcoming Emotional Baggage for Women Conferences & Initiative which is now in its third year.
Published May 3, 2012 by GF Books LTD. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.

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