The Courage to Face Ingratitude ebook
I am pleased to share with you my new eBook, “The Courage to Face Ingratitude.”
This book is meant to offer practical ways that you can become a bigger, better person and how to be a positive influence on the world around you.
If you’ve ever struggled with:
- expressing gratitude consistently
- feeling worn down in your effort to help others
- forgiving those who have wronged you
- letting go of negativity
- being a pushover
- being who you are regardless of what everyone else is doing
- letting negative feelings consume you
- help others without being taken advantage of
- have the strength to face any situation
- feel more personal power
- handle stress with finesse
- learn to appreciate those around you more fully
- have a better life
- be happy
…then this book was written for you.
This ebook is offered free of charge as I hope that you will freely share it with anyone interested in being a positive force for change in the world.
To download the ebook in PDF format, simply click DOWNLOAD.
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I deeply believe that having a generous spirit and living in gratitude are the hallmarks of a joyful and fulfillied life. But what happens when the outpourings of generous spirits are not welcomed? Do the hurt feelings resulting from ingratitude stifle the joy of giving? While I have seen much written on the subject of gratitude, in “The Courage to Face Ingratitude”, Gregg Hake explores the fascinating subject of ingratitude and provides the reader with useful tools to navigate through the challenges that often surface.
In my own clinic, I have witnessed the healing that results when people let go of their resentments towards ingratitude. Gregg Hake’s insights towards this important subject matter is inspiration for all looking to live a more joyful and gracious life.
Narelle Hanratty, inspirational blogger, consultant and writer Solid Gold Creativity
“We all know the pain of ingratitude, yet it is rarely discussed. Gregory Hake has remedied that curious absence with his reflections on the nature and consequences of ingratitude…If you have ever gone the extra mile or performed an act at some great effort and received only blank looks, or worse, criticism or denial, then this is the book for you. It will restore you and give you courage.” (read full review)
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