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In her new book Avoiding the 12 Relationship Mistakes Women Make, author Georgia Shaffer helps us recognize our relational blind spots and reveals 12 ways you could be undermining your chances of enjoying fulfilling relationships.
A relational blind spot is our inability to see things in ourselves or others as they really are. Just as we learn to be aware of our visual blind spots when we drive a car, we need to become aware of the blind spots in our relationships. It’s common to think that everyone else has relational issues but us. Choose to grow in self-awareness as Georgia helps you to:
Rhonda Rhea, author of 12 books, including Espresso Your Faith wrote about this book, “Seriously, how does she do that? How does Georgia Shaffer SO completely nail those incredibly important relationship issues we so easily miss? Even better, in Avoiding the 12 Relationship Mistakes Women Make, Georgia’s clear, practical, and beautifully biblical helps are spot-on for not simply identifying the obstacles, but for bringing us to the place of breakthrough-and bringing us to that sweet place of making better, wiser, God-honoring decisions. This? It’s life-changing stuff!”
When asked what he would have done differently, blogger and bestselling author Michael Hyatt said, “I would have hired a coach sooner.” THE BEST COACHES HAVE A COACH….DO YOU? In Coaching the Coach, more than 45 professionals in Christian coaching share their wisdom through stories and practical tips. As a coach, pastor, lay leader, or someone interested in coaching or growing personally, you’ll find helpful ideas from key leaders such as Dr. Henry Cloud, Dr. John Townsend, Dwight Bain-Executive Director of International Christian Coaching Association, Christopher McCluskey – founder Professional Christian Coaching Institute, Dr. Tim Clinton – founder, CEO, and publisher of Christian Coaching Today, David Martin – Success Coach at Joel Osteen’s church, Dr. Katie Brazelton – founder of Life Purpose Coaching, Dr. Linda Mintle, Jerome Daley, Kim Avery, Shannon Ethridge, Dr. Catherine Hart Weber, Lisa Gomez Osborn, and many more.
We all have times when we cross over the line from that I-can’t-handle-one-more-thing moment to an all out emotional meltdown. Our melt down moments, however, do not all look alike. Some people tend to be forceful verbally or even physically. Other become sarcastic or make critical remarks. Maybe when you’re ticked off, you walk away and for the next couple of days give someone the silent treatment. Or perhaps you remain polite but withhold your affection, time, or attention.
It’s not that our emotions are unhealthy or dangerous – it’s what we do or don’t do with them that can create problems. If you want to experience less stress and more of the energy, peace and joy that comes when you get rid of potentially toxic feelings, Georgia can help you to:
We all have emotional trash, the question is what are you doing with yours?
“Decide now to have a better life—free of constant emotional stress, miscommunication, pent-up anger, and out-of-control responses. In Taking Out Your Emotional Trash, Georgia Shaffer provides mentally healthy choices and a workable plan of action. Whether you have your own emotional clutter or live with people who are stuck in the rut of unforgiveness and unfulfilled expectations, this book is the tool you need to move into emotional and spiritual health. “
Speaker and author of A New Kind of Normal and Between a Rock and a Grace Place
“As our level of emotional stress rises, so does the need for Georgia Shaffer’s Taking Out Your Emotional Trash. Whether we hoard our feelings or unload them on those closest to us, we can all benefit from this excellent resource. If you are a parent, counselor, pastor, life coach, or simply want to strengthen your closest relationships, I highly recommend this book.”
Executive Director of Christian Coaching Alliance, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Life Coach
“Being the right person and marrying the right person are extremely important if you want to have a satisfying marriage. Save yourself time and heartache by applying the principles shared by Georgia Shaffer in How Not to Date a Loser.”
Gary D. Chapman, Ph.D.
Author, The Five Love Languages and Love As a Way of Life
“In the fast-paced world of meeting and greeting, blind dates, and internet matching, Georgia has written a much-needed guide to help men and women make smart choices in matters of the heart. If true love is your goal, take charge of your love life by reading this handy ‘how-not-to.’ “
Michelle McKinney Hammond
Author, How to Avoid the 10 Mistakes Single Women Make
Unwanted change is a constant of life. You lose your job, face the death of a loved one, or experience the loss of your health or lifestyle. Fortunately, you can do more than “go” through these painful seasons–you “grow” through them. In this book, Georgia empowers you to:
“I loved Georgia’s candor and was moved by her courage. I believe you will be too.”
Women of Faith speaker and author
“Insightful, practical and full of truth, A Gift of Mourning Glories is just the ticket for anyone who has felt the bite of loss. (Everyone!) A wonderful book! Highly recommended.”
Winner of RITA Award and Holt Medallion, Christy finalist
“What a fabulous book–I laughed, I cried, but most of all I learned so much. Thanks for being willing to share of yourself. I know this book will touch many, many lives!!”
Speaker, Teacher and Coordinator for Community Bible Study, Seattle, WA
CD contains one hour message
CD contains one hour message
CD contains one hour message.
Did anger or frustration ever get the best of you? What do you do when your emotions overwhelm you? Do you keep them inside? Let Georgia help you “take out the trash” and prevent pent-up emotions from damaging your health or relationships. You will learn how to:
CD contains one hour message.
Unwanted change is a constant of life, such as death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, or your lifestyle. Fortunately, you can do more than “go” through these painful seasons. You can “grow” through them and enjoy lasting benefits. In this session, Georgia will empower you to:
What do you care about deeply? What desires, experiences, and talents has God given you? How are you unique? Following God’s vision for your life can transform some of your most mundane moments into magnificent ones. Imagine how much richer your life will be when you are able to:
This special twentieth anniversary collection celebrates the power of storytelling as readers share their personal, inspiring stories about how a Chicken Soup for the Soul story made a difference in their lives, paired with the life-changing story itself.
Georgia’s story on life-giving relationships was included in this Reader’s Choice collection of Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Here’s the link if you want to read the publisher’s words and then the story: http://www.amazon.com/Chicken-Soup-Soul-Anniversary-ebook/dp/B00CCX6NV8/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1370608373&sr=1-2&keywords=20th+anniversary+edition+chicken+soup+for+the+soul#reader_1611599121
In this book readers share their personal, inspiring stories about how a Chicken Soup for the Soul story made a difference in their lives, paired with the life-changing story itself.
Knowing I dealt with cancer, people often ask me, “What can I do to help my friend or co-worker who is going through a difficult time?” Because far too many people are hurt by well-meaning family and friends, this message discusses 7 things that you can do to help rather than hinder the healing process. You will learn why:
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