Many of today's women are over-extended - addicted to working, rushing, busying themselves to death. This book of 365 meditations (presented in the classic pocket-sized meditation format) will help women break that cycle. Schaef's pithy meditations open new ways of living. The conclusions are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, but always thought-provoking for all women who do too much - whether at home, at the office, wherever they work - Schaef offers inspiration, humour and a possibility for change.
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"Meditations for "Women Who Do Too Much should be at the top of the stack."--"New York TimesFrom the Back Cover:
Daily meditations to help women break the cycle of doing too much- for workaholics, rushaholics, and careaholics.
Many of today's women are overextended- addicted to working, rushing, taking care of 'other' people's needs. With wisdom, insight, and humour, these 365 meditations- combined with quotations from women of different ages, cultures, and perspectives- will help women recognise that cycle. A welcome antidote to the mad rush of modern living. Schaef's concise meditations will open new doors to new ways of living.
For all women who do too much- regardless of where they do it or how- these meditations will provide sustenance and inspiration and create possibilities for positive change in their lives.
Anne Wilson Schaef, Ph.D., is the bestselling author of 'Women's Reality', 'Co-dependence', 'When Society Becomes and Addict', 'The Addictive Organisation', and 'Escape From Intimacy'. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.
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