10 Ways to Reconnect and Find Peace in Everyday Life
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Product Details

  • Product Code: 81587
  • ISBN: 978-1-60868-158-7
  • Pages: 240
  • 1 Paperback
  • Size: 6.00 x 9.00


What would it feel like to experience more ease, harmony, and flow in the midst of navigating homework squabbles, mealtimes, commutes, and the other challenges of everyday life? Nurturing the Soul of Your Family is a guidebook for personal and spiritual renewal from the award-winning author of The Mother’s Guide to Self-Renewal. It offers nurturing support and practical ideas to guide you toward a new way of being. Enjoyable, down-to-earth, and empowering, Renée Peterson Trudeau’s ten paths to peace will help you learn how to:

• find your center and move through chaos and uncertainty with renewed strength and ease
• live every day aligned with your values and what matters most
• slow down, tap the wisdom of your wise self, and know what’s best for you and your family
• release old habits, fears, and anxieties as you explore a new way of being
• access more joy by living in the present moment (the best antidote to stress!)
• experience more freedom and unscheduled time


“Without healthy families we cannot have a healthy society, and Renée Trudeau’s wisdom and guidance are a substantive contribution to both....Renée helps readers learn to create sustainable connection and discover the soul of their families. Accessible to all — I highly recommend it.”
Harville Hendrix, PhD, coauthor of Giving the Love That Heals

“In a society where so many kids and families have accepted stress as a norm, it’s encouraging and refreshing to find a book that challenges our current culture, offers new ways of being, and provides the tools and inspiration to experience well-being in everyday life.”
Vicki Abeles, creator and director of the award-winning documentary Race to Nowhere: The Dark Side of America’s Achievement Culture

“A life-enhancing book recommended for all families seeking to move from chaos to a more joyful, fulfilling existence.”
Richard Louv, author of The Nature Principle and Last Child in the Woods