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A-Z Guide To Letting Go

Helen Reichert Lambin
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124 pages

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Helen Reichert Lambin has written about loss, grief, praying through sleepless nights and difficult times. This book expands on some of the themes from Constructing a New Normal, but it takes a slightly different approach. In the introduction she writes:

This book is, in a sense, about de-cluttering our lives: what to do with some things that have been important to us but are no longer. This book is more about time and space—no offense intended to Einstein. We all have only twenty-four allotted hours a day and so many rooms in our home. Some things have to be there, by necessity; others are there by choice; and a few are just taking up space and/or time without our truly informed consent.

Many of us have heard this saying from Alcoholics Anonymous: “Let go and let God.” Reactions to these five simple words vary. Personally, I’m all for letting God help us let go, but we shouldn’t leave it up to a Divine sub-contractor to decide when and what we need to let go. We can roll up our sleeves and get on with it!

In alphabetical order, she addresses:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • “Before”
  • “Carp Per Diem”
  • Delayed Arrivals
  • Displacement
  • Dysfunctional Competitiveness
  • Envy and Jealousy
  • Failing
  • Guilt
  • Hostility-on-Demand
  • Impatience
  • Inadvertent Idols
  • Judging (Ourselves and Others)
  • Keys to the Car
  • Knowing (“It All” and “For Certain”)
  • Listless Doldrums
  • Mandating Happiness
  • Negativity
  • Opinions (Theirs and Yours)
  • Putting the Present on Pause
  • Questions (Pre-Dawn)
  • Relocation Blues
  • Rigid Righteousness
  • Some Why’s
  • Totalities Myth
  • Unnecessary Complications
  • Valley of Indecision
  • Wonder-Loss
  • X (The Unknown Quantity)
  • Youthiness
  • Zeros

Helen Lambin is author of ACTA’s
Prayers for Difficult Times, Prayers for Sleepless Nights, The Death of A Husband, and Constructing a New Normal. She has also contributed to Hidden Presence and Diamond Presence. Now in her eighties, Lambin lives a full life in Chicago, where she is affectionately known in the community and local media as “the tattooed grandmother.”

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