Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow

Broken Open

Authors: Elizabeth Lesser,

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When life knocks you down, you can either break down or, as Elizabeth Lesser calls it, break open. You can use those events to transform your life into one filled with wisdom, resilience, and strength. Using countless stories and personal insight, Lesser teaches you how to use difficult times to grow in this life-changing book.

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