On Happiness, Emotional Intelligence, Relationships, Power and Spirit
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Personal writings from a much loved author on leading an emotionally and spiritually fulfilling life.
Stephanie Dowrick's greatest gift is that she reminds us that life really matters. Her territory takes her from the profound to the everyday, but always with attention to the biggest question of all: 'How should we live?'
Stephanie's bestsellers, Intimacy + Solitude, The Universal Heart and Forgiveness + Other Acts of Love, are all books with a genuine power to change lives for the better. Here we meet her in a more personal and confidential frame of mind.
In chapters short enough to enjoy in a single reading, she offers her views on subjects as various as how to worry less and praise more; what happiness is - and how to achieve it; ageing appreciatively; why and how to meditate; when and whether to marry; why doubt can be useful and how burnout can be avoided.
She also speaks up persuasively for honesty, tolerance and peace in a world where those vital qualities can seem in short supply.
Free Thinking gives the reader the nearest thing to a series of brief, intense conversations with a woman who has thought deeply, writes beautifully and, even when she is confessing to her all-too human faults, never fails to uplift and inspire.
Stephanie Dowrick is the author of a number of life-changing widely read best-selling books, including Intimacy and Solitude, Forgiveness and Other Acts of Love and The Universal Heart.
She has been a columnist for Good Weekend Magazine since 2001 and is a regular guest on ABC Radio. She talks, and conducts retreats and workshops on a variety of spiritual, psychological and ethical issues while continuing to write.
Born in New Zealand, she lived in London for many years - where in 1997 she founded the publishing house The Women's Press - and has lived in Sydney since 1983. She is the mother of two young adult children.
Self-help & practical
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
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