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A Woman's True Purpose

Live Like You Matter

A Woman's True Purpose by Dr. Nicole LaBeach
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If you're not using your God-given gifts to fulfill your purpose, you're robbing the world of the gift you are to humanity. With long to-do lists, responsibilities, ambitious careers and demanding roles, women are often too busy, exhausted, or frustrated to think about what their personal mission might be. Using a groundbreaking technique developed in her private practice as a therapist, Dr. Nicole LaBeach offers the missing link to help you celebrate the challenges of being a woman and stop standing on the sidelines of your own life.
Sourcebooks, Inc.; April 2007
224 pages; ISBN 9781402250569
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Title: A Woman's True Purpose
Author: Dr. Nicole LaBeach
 
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“How could this be happening? I’ve tried everything, yet I feel like I’m on a treadmill going nowhere.”At one point in my life, I thought joy and the moon were an equal distance away from where I was standing. What else was there? I had racked up one accomplishment after another yet…what was I missing? These were questions I couldn’t get away from. And why couldn’t I use my trusty tools of overcompensation, overachievement, and plain old denial to pretend I found what I wanted? Why was happiness so hard to attain? Seriously, what was I missing?Then my inner voice made a suggestion—yourself. “That’s impossible, I protested. I’m with her every day.” As if my inner voice were the enemy, I just refused to believe it. This voice tried to say the same thing for years, but I never chose to listen. Unfortunately, the biggest adversary for my spiritual inner voice was me.Year in and year out, I had every excuse in the book on why I was unhappy: If I had…If I knew then…If I could…The fact of the matter was, I didn’t think enough of myself and what God had created in me to move my life in any other direction than the mediocre one I settled for. Back then it was easier to place my power in the hands of everything else to explain why I felt unfulfilled. Time and time again, I attempted to fix the surface—new clothes, new look, new job, new network—yet wondered why my efforts always failed to reach my heart. At the time I didn’t realize the problem was my unhappiness with myself.