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In The Way They Heal Me, Ann MacKenzie guides you back to your spiritual source while showing you it is at the heart of being a mother. Through her poetry and prose, she allows you to see the beauty that can be missed in the everyday “little things” about motherhood. Her insight about her children and husband may inspire you to connect with the core of your own family.
She takes you on a journey, one that encourages you to find an opening to your soul. Through her inspirational writing, you can find hope, celebration, forgiveness, and love. MacKenzie shows mothers everywhere how to find their sacred footing in a world that can be hectic and chaotic by staying grounded through the everyday family moments.
This story of love and a bond between mother and daughter began as a birthday wish from a mother who desired to tell her daughter so many things but could not find a sufficiently large card.
So here it is!
This book, we dedicate to all those who wish to read it. From our hearts, we share these precious moments in hope that they brighten up your day.
“Juggling two young kids and a full-time job derailed me. This book put me back on track and even had me laughing. Thank you, Carly!”
—Lisi Harrison, best-selling author of The Clique series, The Alphas series, and Monster High series. www.lisiharrison.com
You need this book if
• you consider yourself lucky when you have time to shave both legs
• your kids think it’s odd when you spend more than a few hours with them
• you think running out the door counts as exercise
• you’re having a more intimate relationship with your smart phone than your spouse
• you think putting on clean clothes is dressing up
• you look forward to your annual pap just to have some “me” time
So many moms neglect themselves and their well-being because they think it’s the only way to take care of their family. After all, isn’t that what a “good mom” does?
Carly Cooper, a certified life coach for moms, shares her unique R.E.I.N.V.E.N.T. System™ that she created to help busy, stressed-out moms shift this backward perception and get back in touch with who they really are. Using practical advice, tips, strategies, and hands-on exercises, you are shown exactly how to become the best woman and mom you can be by learning to have more freedom, more sanity, and more time to enjoy it all.
“Everything is fixable,” Grace McClure’s trainer told her during a dark time when she thought nothing she did was of worth and she herself was worth nothing. We all face moments of fear, doubt and depression, and sometimes these moments feel like they will last forever. In the face of this, the answer is a flame, a voice inside of us simply waiting for us to quiet down and listen. In her new book, You are a Wonderful Mother: The story of one woman finding her strength within, Grace McClure reveals the hardships, lessons and joys of her life so we all can find balance, empowerment and love within ourselves.
Grace’s life journey has taken her from childhood in rural New South Wales, through an international career in modeling and television, an unexpected pregnancy and an eating disorder, to becoming a joyous mother of two, an endurance athlete and a spiritual healer. In each chapter, she offers an affirmation, each more powerful than the last, for building strength and acceptance. With this trust in our hearts, we can all experience unbounded love in our connection with our spirit and with the world. “I can ask for and receive help easily when I need it, this is not a weakness; rather, it is a strength,” Grace tells us, and proof is in her experiences of coming into herself and her role as a nurturer, a mother, a guide. Positive change can
happen when we have the courage to try, and keep trying, to live our dreams.