Item description for The Art of Authentic Friendship by Judy Dippel & Debra Alexander...
Overview Do you long for deeper and lasting friendships with other women? This book will help women of all ages to make new friends, heal relational hurts, and deepen their most valued friendships with other women. After many interviews, the authors uncovered the ten biggest issues facing women's friendships today. This book also includes scriptures to encourage women to seek God and activities to help them create positive friendships.
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Studio: Evergreen Press (AL)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.6"
Release Date Sep 30, 2008
Publisher Evergreen Press (AL)
ISBN 1581692838 ISBN13 9781581692839
Availability 0 units.
More About Judy Dippel & Debra Alexander
Judy Dippel is a women's inspirational book author and speaker, freelance commercial writer, and travel writer. Judy is real. She is enthusiastic and transparent in her books and when speaking to women. Both reflect her love for people, her sincerity, and her relationship with God and Christian faith. She writes and speaks about themes that are universal challenges for women, offering inspiration, hope, and fresh ideas. She has a passion to influence real women, with real issues, needing real solutions. http: //www.judydippel.com/ Freelance commercial writer: http: //www.jldwrites.com/ Judy is the first one to admit, "I will never arrive and have it all together! And as women, I feel we owe it to each other to share what we know and show that we care! Every single day brings a fresh start and new opportunities. We can live out our purpose, our passions, and positively influence ourself and our world, one person at a time." Her first book, Refreshing Hope in God: A Mother's Journey of Joy and Pain was written to express the infinite joy of being a mother, and also the excruciating pain when being a mother doesn't go as planned. Judy's book, Friendship Interrupted: Challenges and Practical Solutions - What You Can Do, co-written with Debra Whiting Alexander, Ph.D., is a book that speaks to women everywhere who ask, "What happened to our friendship?" Reality at its best: the quotes from women throughout this book express confusion, hurt, and frustration;solutions offered are practical and doable. Interruptions to friendships can be temporary or permanent, mild or toxic, but either way, this book offers fresh perspective and sound choices. Judy's book, Walking Through Postpartum Depression: Finding Light Within the Fog and Darkness, walks with women who are, or have, experienced this troubling, often misunderstood condition of all levels of postpartum depression. It provides the facts, dispels the myths. The teaching and truth of this book is a great relief to women. Judy is a contributing author to several book compilations, articles. Judy currently lives in Eugene, Oregon; enjoys family, friends, hiking, travel, reading, college sports, and a variety of outdoor activities. As a baby boomer in midlife, Judy feels privileged to share the worth of all relationships, including those with God, family and friends. She says she'll never get over God's grace, and feels privileged to share a common theme, "Our stories tell God's story."
Judy Dippel currently resides in Eugene, in the state of Oregon.