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The Transitional Journal

The Transitional Journal

by Natasia Gill
Paperback
Publication Date: 13/11/2020
RRP  $25.29 $23.35
From the day we are born, we go through a transformational process to grow up and become. In our process, feelings of confusion and issues of stagnation will come when attempting to move forward into being. The best way to describe our process is through the cycle of the butterfly, which is rooted in change, endurance, hope, life and resurrection.




As young women, we need resources that will help us blossom into the butterfly God intended. The Transitional Journal was created to help young women at the brink (caterpillar stage) of adulthood ask and answer some transparent questions to help boost greater self-awareness, achieve goals, and self-growth.
ISBN:
9781735774305
9781735774305
Category:
Complementary therapies
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
13-11-2020
Publisher:
Natasia Gill
Pages:
78
Dimensions (mm):
254x178x4mm
Weight:
0.15kg

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