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Based on the incredible success of the book What to Do When You Don't Know What to Do, Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer a line of books that address specific crises and some of the most prevalent problems facing our culture today. These books give readers a starting point to deal with their problems. Beautifully designed in a full-color small format, these books are perfect for giving to a friend in distress.

Topics: Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Inspirational, Happiness, and Guides

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781418561246
List price: $5.99
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