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5.0 out of 5 stars A Good Resource 15 Dec. 1999
By Lin Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Grow Yourself a Life You'll Love is a great resource for coaches, therapists, workshop leaders and trainers. It is chock full of fresh exercises, stories, fables and quotes. I liked how Barbara Garro goes from weeding the garden of life to sewing the seeds and harvesting the benefits of living a life of honesty, integrity and ultimately aligned with one's highest self. She walks her talk with her own stories of being real and assertive in her relationships. She is a great teacher of not being afraid to be imperfect and being willing to admit our mistakes. I have referred to this book many times with my clients in my coaching practice and will continue to use it as a resource.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Original, practical, "reader friendly". 4 Mar. 2000
By Midwest Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
In Grow Yourself A Life You'll Love, Barbara Garro outlines a new approach to life satisfaction in six "reader friendly" chapters: Beliefs that Rootbind, Limiting Growth; Drought - Emotions that Harden Hearts; Self is Seed for the Life You Lead; Live and Let Live; Bear Sweet Fruit; The Peaceful Garden - All is One. Grow Yourself A Life You'll Love shows the when we understand why we are the way we are, we will be kinder to ourselves. When we understand others better, we will like them more and become less critical. The precepts and insights in Grow Yourself A Life You'll Love will enable a better, more satisfying, less confused relationships with our spouses, children, parents, siblings, friends, colleagues, neighbors, and fellow parishioners.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of Lifes Great Investments ... 31 Jan. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I strongly recommend you invest in this book. The tools you need to grow yourself a life you will love are presented in an easy to understand way, with reference to growing, planting seeds and using nurturing love as our life's gardening tools. You can feel Barbara's energy, fun and enthusiasm for life bounding from the copy to inspire new passion in your life. Read this book, do the exercises and share your experiences with me and all the people you meet.
My mission is to live, love and make a difference in this world. With the help of Barbara Garro MA and her wonderful zest for life bubbling from the pages of this book, I feel once again in charge of my mission...
Look forward to your comments...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Book for expanding your potential! 2 Dec. 1999
By Bridget Mary Meehan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
With insight and humor, Barbara Garro shares priceless gems of wisdom about life skills we all need to thrive in the midst of the ordinary hassles we encounter. This unique collection of stories, anecdotes, and practical exercises provides a variety of ways to activate your inner wisdom, respond to life's challenges and help you make a difference in our world. This book will appeal to people in every age group. A definite must-read for readers interested in a fuller, happier life!
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5.0 out of 5 stars "Grow Yourself a Life You'll Love" Makes a Great Gift 6 Dec. 1999
By Robert L. Carl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Barbara Garro's book, "Grow Yourself a Life You'll Love," is enjoyable, inspirational, well researched, yet easy to read. Whether you are working in the stock market, or stocking shelves in the supermarket, she gives you the tools to analyze and improve your life and relationships. Her personable, conversational style made me feel as if a close friend was giving me caring and thoughtful advice.
She quotes great thinkers of the past (Sigmund Freud) and of the present (Wayne Dyer) to inspire us to become better people. This book reminded me that we are each a work in progress and there are always opportunities to grow. She accomplishes this in the chapters which explore many aspects of life such as communication, humor, depression, spirituality, and aggression. While expounding on a topic, she shares her own opinions along with insights gleaned from many diverse figures ranging from jazz legend Charlie Parker to her high school English nun. But, to tell you the truth, I most enjoyed the stories of her own life and family experiences. I liked the clever analogies to gardening like "Destroy the weeds that spoil your life!" I also liked the fact that it didn't have a religious, preachy tone. It didn't have that, "your life stinks because you don't belong to my religion" mind set which is such a turn-off to me in a self help book.
"Grow Yourself a Life You'll Love" is an entertaining mix of philosophy, psychology, personal anecdotes, and common sense. I found it to be so universally appealing and uplifting that I bought it for several people on my Chanukah and Christmas shopping list.
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