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Love-Ability
How to Become Lovable by Caring for Yourself and Others

Madeline Pecora Nugent and Julian Stead, O.S.B. (about)

Becoming Lovable by Caring for Yourself
and Others

Paperback; 175 pages; 2007

ISBN: 978-1-56548-268-5

About this Book

The authors have developed practical ways for readers to develop the skills they need to care about self and for others. Love-Ability shows how to make more and better friends and how to be a more loving and lovable friend or partner. Topics include responding to the needs of others, generating conversation, and developing a likable personality, as well as dealing with people who are hard to love, bringing shy individuals out of their shells, and tapping into your own personality strengths to overcome personal weaknesses. By completing one chapter a week, in three months readers will learn to live a healthier life, full of love for others and for themselves.

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Love-Ability

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Some Reviews:

"In Love-Ability, Dom Julian Stead and Madeline Pecora Nugent reflect on Christ’s commandment to love one another from an original and personal perspective."

R.A. Scotti
Author of Basilica

"This is a fine book. I learned much about something I thought I understood. It is very valuable for reflection and self-examination. Much to ponder and put into practice."

Benedict J. Groeschel

Includes group discussion manual

About the author Madeline Pecora Nugent and Julian Stead, O.S.B.

Madeline Pecora Nugent, a wife, mother of 5 children, and grandmother of two has written five other books and over 250 articles. A regular contributor to True Girl magazine, she is Minister General for the Confraternity of Penitents.

Julian Stead, O.S.B., a Benedictine monk and priest at St. Gregory's Abbey, Portsmouth, RI, has written Saint Benedict: A Rule for Beginners, as well as numerous articles on practical spirituality.

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