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Help Yourself: Celebrating the Daily Rewards of Resilience and Gratitude

by Dave Pelzer

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How you can find hope, courage and happinessThe Inspiring Conclusion to Dave Pelzer's Life Story, which has been on the Sunday Times' bestseller list for 15 weeks and counting! This inspiring conclusion to Dave Pelzer's multi-million copy bestselling titles takes Dave's story up to the present and for the first time offers the invaluable life lessons he learned along the way. A Child Called It, The Lost Boy, A Man Named Dave and Help Yourself have all been on the non-fiction bestsellers since UK publication. There should be a huge audience for this book in paperback. Dave Pelzer's case of child abuse was one of the worst recorded cases in US history, yet he overcame his past to become the best he could be. Help Yourself weaves in stories from Pelzer's own experiences with the principles he has discovered on how to survive difficulty and embrace challenges as an opportunity for growth.… (more)
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Help Yourself weaves in stories from Pelser's own experiences with the principles he has discovered on how to survive difficulty and embrace challenges as an opportunity for growth. This inspiring conclusion to Dave Pelser's multi-million bestselling autobiography shows us the way forward, for the first time offering readers the invaluable life lessons Dave learned along the way. ( )
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This book is dedicated to my lovely wife, Marsha, and my incredible son, Stephen, who both guide and inspire me in ways that only God knows.

This book is also dedicated to you, the reader, in the sincere hope that you, too, can live a more fulfilling, productive life that you truly deserve.
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I know something about resilience.
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How you can find hope, courage and happinessThe Inspiring Conclusion to Dave Pelzer's Life Story, which has been on the Sunday Times' bestseller list for 15 weeks and counting! This inspiring conclusion to Dave Pelzer's multi-million copy bestselling titles takes Dave's story up to the present and for the first time offers the invaluable life lessons he learned along the way. A Child Called It, The Lost Boy, A Man Named Dave and Help Yourself have all been on the non-fiction bestsellers since UK publication. There should be a huge audience for this book in paperback. Dave Pelzer's case of child abuse was one of the worst recorded cases in US history, yet he overcame his past to become the best he could be. Help Yourself weaves in stories from Pelzer's own experiences with the principles he has discovered on how to survive difficulty and embrace challenges as an opportunity for growth.

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