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I hate it when exercise is the answer : a fitness program for the soul

Author: Emily Watts
Publisher: Salt Lake City, Utah : Deseret Book, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Filled with funny, easy-to-relate-to stories that also come with lessons, this book offers ideas to improve your spiritual and emotional fitness. Learn how a tax return can teach perspective, how a big cookie teaches about assumptions, and what an engine-free car has to do with adjusting expectations.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Watts
ISBN: 9781606411070 1606411071
OCLC Number: 306802915
Description: ix, 163 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction: when exercise is the answer --
What was the first straw? an exercise in releasing pressure --
The wrong bus: an exercise in forgiving --
Instant choirs: an exercise in valuing moms --
Taking the train: an exercise in discovering unexpected blessings --
The tax return: an exercise in understanding perspective --
For Mrs. Silcox, wherever you are: an exercise in returning thanks --
Fat boys: an exercise in understanding men --
One big cookie: an exercise in rethinking assumptions --
Motherguilt, part 1: an exercise in letting go --
Motherguilt, part 2: an exercise in taking control --
Sluggish luggage: an exercise in living optimistically --
The engine-free car: an exercise in adjusting expectations --
Two speeding tickets: an exercise in making lasting changes --
Late again: an exercise in suspending judgment --
The same old hymn: an exercise in hearing --
Clueless in Seattle: an exercise in acknowledging limitations --
Unsightly sock lines: an exercise in keeping it real --
Episodes I'm ashamed of: an exercise in repenting --
Any spare change? an exercise in sharing --
How to schedule an unsavory medical procedure: an exercise in practicing discipline --
Automatic lights: an exercise in shining --
Stress dreams: an exercise in worrying --
Dandelions: an exercise in recognizing incremental progress --
Railroad crossing: an exercise in cultivating humility --
Wisdom from gracie: an exercise in waiting on the Lord --
Am I sick yet? an exercise in being prepared --
Who, me? an exercise in finding your mission --
For best results: an exercise in implementing the obvious --
Missing my stop: an exercise in living attentively --
How did this happen? an exercise in aging gracefully --
Happily ever after what? : an exercise in seizing happiness now.
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Filled with funny, easy-to-relate-to stories that also come with lessons, this book offers ideas to improve your spiritual and emotional fitness. Learn how a tax return can teach perspective, how a big cookie teaches about assumptions, and what an engine-free car has to do with adjusting expectations.

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