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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Success
  • Language:English
  • Pages:220
  • eBook ISBN:9781483512709


A Woman’s Guide to Making Wise Life Decisions

by Carole R. Bowers

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Are women being stretched beyond their capacity to perform? Can they survive and thrive under society’s present expectations for them? What choices will bring the greatest true happiness without regrets? What will reduce stress in their lives? This book can open the door to just how many options we all have and opportunities to develop a productive worldview which will not result in shame and disappointments. Those who win in life are the ones who come to the end of their lives with the fewest regrets and have experienced the most peace and productivity.
If there is one thing in life that is totally non-discriminatory it is that everyone must make choices every day. The fact that we are faced with these decisions is one of the greatest challenges and frustrations of life. Living in a free society, as we do in America, increases the potential for success or failure through our own choices. Decisions, decisions, decisions! When to get up, what to eat, how hard to work or play, a life's career, who to befriend, whom to marry, where to live, how many children, what to do with the children, where and when to retire, how to react in crisis and much, much more. Some of the decisions are so inconsequential as to decide which brand of toothpaste to buy and some so crucial as to determine our quality of life and death and even where we will spend eternity. Our choices can also determine the life or death of another individual, of a business, of a family, or of our Nation. Many times there is only one right choice but many opportunities for wrong ones. Choices must be made from birth to death. Many times we decide between the lesser of two evils or the better of two goods. Many who have made wrong choices along the way would like to send up a flare, warning those who come after of the pitfalls. They wish someone would have left warning and detour signs for them to alert them of the wrong way at a fork in the road of life. Others who made right choices want to shout back and say "Hey! Follow me! This was a right turn, come this way!" This book involves flares, detours and hollers. Its purpose is to increase the quality of life of those who share this common condition called "life." It is a handbook of life's choices.
About the author
Carole received her B.A. from the University of South Florida. She is married to retired Professor James C. Bowers and is the mother of three and grandmother of 14. She has been trained and certified for counseling by Contact Helpline and later volunteered there. She completed a counseling course from the Narramore Christian Foundation. She has taught and trained others to teach Child Evangelism Fellowship classes. She has tutored public and home schooled students in a wide variety of courses. She has served on the Board of her Home Owners Association. She was President of the Tampa Women for Responsible Legislation organization. She served as a founding Board Member of the Tampa Chapter of Campus Crusade's Executive Ministries. She has taught Sunday School and Bible classes for women. She taught teens for 25 summers at Colorado's Summit Ministries. She founded and served on Committees for the National Day of Prayer luncheons in Tampa, FL and Manitou Springs, CO. She has served in a wide variety of positions for various political campaigns.
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