A Little Help With My Friends Book Club
Gratitude and Trust 6 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life

Registration not required

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Cold Spring Branch

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Please join us. This month's selection is Gratitude and Trust 6 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life by Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson.  The book is designed to apply the principles of the recovery movement to the countless people who are not addicts but nevertheless need effective help with their difficulties and pain.  Paul Williams, the award-winning songwriter, actor, and performer, has embraced a traditional alcoholism recovery plan for more than two decades of sobriety. Jackson, a well-known TV and film writer—and veteran of many years of traditional therapy—has never been a drunk or a drug abuser, but she realized that many of the tenets of Williams’s program could apply to her.

 Whether you’re tethered to your phone or you turn to food for comfort; whether you’re a perfectionist and can’t let things go or are too afraid to fail to even try; whether you can find intimacy only on the Internet or you’ve been involved in a string of nasty relationships—the first step toward feeling better about yourself and your life is the realization that you are what’s standing in your way.

 

Age range: Adult

Snacks provided

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Please join us. This month's selection is Gratitude and Trust 6 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life by Paul Williams and Tracey Jackson.  The book is designed to apply the principles of the recovery movement to the countless people who are not addicts but nevertheless need effective help with their difficulties and pain.  Paul Williams, the award-winning songwriter, actor, and performer, has embraced a traditional alcoholism recovery plan for more than two decades of sobriety. Jackson, a well-known TV and film writer—and veteran of many years of traditional therapy—has never been a drunk or a drug abuser, but she realized that many of the tenets of Williams’s program could apply to her.

 Whether you’re tethered to your phone or you turn to food for comfort; whether you’re a perfectionist and can’t let things go or are too afraid to fail to even try; whether you can find intimacy only on the Internet or you’ve been involved in a string of nasty relationships—the first step toward feeling better about yourself and your life is the realization that you are what’s standing in your way.

 

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