by Dr. Charlette Manning:
#1 Amazon Best Selling book!
“Forgiveness: Heart-Healing Stories for the Stubborn & Hard Headed” is now available on Amazon
From our hearts to yours, we are happy and proud to share with you a collection of stories that will motivate and inspire you to love unconditionally, let go of the past, live in the present, reduce stress, and free yourself through the power of forgiveness! We believe that forgiveness, even if it’s something that happened 20, 30 or 40 years ago, can free your mind, body and spirit. Just think what you can do with all that positive, freeing energy in your life! Whether you’re struggling with forgiving your parents, spouses, partners, friends, children, relatives, bosses, co-workers, yourself or even GOD, this book will give you the courage and the encouragement to take that next step and free yourself through the power of forgiveness!
Everyone has a story and we believe that the more we share our stories, the more we help others. We truly have the power to rewrite our stories! A good story can give us permission to change the past and create a new future. As we see others forgive, we know it is possible for ourselves to do the same. Every day you wake up breathing you have the opportunity to rewrite your story.
The 4 Ingredients to Spiritual Peace: Living Greatness Through Forgiveness, Faith, Gratitude, & Love available at Amazon
Life is full of lessons – some pleasurable, others painful – but most change our lives some way or the other. This book teaches us how to find the lesson in every situation and every person we encounter in our lives by combining the four ingredients to build more balanced, spiritually aligned life. Through practicing the principles of forgiveness, faith, gratitude, and love, each of us can achieve the greatness we were meant to have. Through fascinating personal anecdotes as well as quotes from several experts, Dr. Charlette Manning reminds us not to allow ourselves to become bogged down by the “yeah, but” people in our lives but instead to surround ourselves with people who reflect who we are and who support us. As Manning aptly says, “There’s always a strawberry in the mud. You can choose to learn from it or be buried by it.”