Bridge of Caring: The Importance of Investing in the Lives of Other People by Joanne Harris

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What do you do when you plunge into life and then find yourself completely overwhelmed and exhausted, feeling like whatever you do is never enough? What do you do when you think you have found your niche in the world and then find yourself stripped of your identity? What do you do when you want to help someone but wonder if the small thing you can do is really enough?

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Written by Joanne Harris
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-68111-048-6
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 102

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What do you do when you plunge into life and then find yourself completely overwhelmed and exhausted, feeling like whatever you do is never enough?

What do you do when you think you have found your niche in the world and then find yourself stripped of your identity?

What do you do when you want to help someone but wonder if the small thing you can do is really enough?

What do you do when in the midst of internal doubt and during the most financially turbulent time in decades, a dream begins to flicker into life?

This is the story of a woman who has dealt with these issues and dug deep to find answers that finally rang true for her.  The genuine, poignant stories that she shares will make you feel as though you know her as a friend. As you read about her life experiences and probing insights into herself and others, you might find that some of her revelations spark some of your own.

Joanne Harris worked in the newspaper business for more than 14 years, before leaving to serve for six years in a variety of church ministry positions. Most recently, she was a co-founder and president of the nonprofit, Bridge of Caring, from 2008 to 2013. Joanne and her husband, Mike, have a daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons, and live in Washington State.

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What do you do when you plunge into life and then find yourself completely overwhelmed and exhausted, feeling like whatever you do is never enough? What do you do when you think you have found your niche in the world and then find yourself stripped of your identity? What do you do when you want to help someone but wonder if the small thing you can do is really enough?

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