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When Helping You Is Hurting...
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The House of Seven Mabels (...
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Daddies and Daughters
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Who's to Blame?: Escape the...
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“I continue to experience my faith in God as a personal relationship between the two of us. However, having admitted my commonality with the human race, I find that my faith does not flourish in isolation. As much as I hate to admit it, my faith is enhanced and enlarged when in relationship to other less-than-perfect human beings. Even though at times other Christians can be quite annoying, I feel very fortunate to have found my way back to a spiritual community that puts up with me even when I'm a bit annoying myself.”
Carmen Renee Berry, The Unauthorized Guide to Choosing a Church

“Rather than using pain as a motivator to accurately examine our lives, assume responsibility for our choices, and use our personal power for change, we often glorify the experience of suffering itself. Suffering is always unproductive when we're caught in the Victim Trap. For”
Carmen Renee Berry, Who's to Blame?: Escape the Victim Trap and Gain Personal Power in Your Relationships

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