An Emotional and Spiritual Handbook by Daphne Rose Kingma
Wednesday 10 August, 2016.
Wouldn’t you all like to know the ten things to do when your life falls apart?
And 2010 is certainly a year in which, for many , it feels as if life is in crisis…
Whether it is money issues, job loss, relationship problems, an unexpected health crisis or all of the above, The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart will light your path and heal your heart.
Kingma does not offer the empty promises of many other self-help books. Neither does she try and force a positive stance on tragedy…
Along with giving sound practical advice, The Ten Things to Do will help you see your difficulties in a larger context, one in which no matter what you are going through you’ll be able to find a sense of renewal and peace.
Her advice includes an awareness that we all have the solution to our crises within us. Kingma advocates that working with our own unique circumstances, we will grow and prosper and evolve and reap the rewards of our life’s path.
At the end of each chapter there are questions for you to answer that will help you get in tune with what is going on in your life. If you are just looking for a book that will tell you that it’s ok to have a good cry, then this is the book for you.
About the Author
Daphne Rose Kingma’s bestsellers include Coming Apart, The Men We Never Knew, and The Future of Love. She and her work have appeared in most major media outlets, and she presents seminars and workshops around the world. She lives in Santa Barbara, California.
|“The truth is that pain is one of our greatest teachers, hurt can be a birth, and our sufferings are the portals to change. This being true, we need to know how to grieve, to mourn, to shed our tears, because grief is the cure for the pain of loss. Tears are the medicine of grieving.”
From ‘The Ten Things’
“Anyone going through a dark night of the soul needs to have this book. It will be your closest companion and your most tender angel. Daphne Rose Kingma more than speaks to your soul; she knows how to heal it.”
– Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love
“What if, during the worst times you can imagine, you felt a warm and steady hand on your back guiding you forward? What if it helped you remember to turn toward what can be possible instead of against yourself or away from what you are afraid of? This book is that hand. Put it by your bedside and you’ll sleep better. Read it and you’ll live better.”
– Dawna Markova, PhD, cocreator of Random Acts of Kindness