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Finding Your Way

by Dan Montgomery

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To Katie, my beloved wife, who stands with me in every way
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Finding Your Way is for anyone suffering with feelings of self-doubt, lack of self-esteem, or an inability to love with the depth and joy that everyone desires. With a gentle, yet deft touch, Dan Montgomery shows how our personalities have potential for spiritual and emotional growth by using the self-compass with its four points of love, assertion, weakness, and strength. The reader learns how to navigate through the internal and external conflicts, pressures, and barriers that work against personal growth and wholeness. Finding Your Way provides people with the tools to understand who they are and why they behave as they do, and then provides the practical helps that lead to greater well-being.

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