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Years ago Lisa took out a simple piece of paper and wrote down three goals she wanted to achieve... be in a successful marriage, travel and write a book! Today Lisa has completed all three with her first book, "The Road Less Traveled... A Guide to a Positive Marriage". Through the inspiration of her husband Steve and spending six months riding with him in his semi truck traveling the west coast, Lisa has taken her pastors degree and her work in christian counseling to offer many unique and positive ways to a more successful marriage. Growing up and living most of her life in Minnesota, Lisa plans on continuing traveling only now as a couple visiting churches to host marriage seminars based on her book.
Finding the Beautiful You
Lack of self-confidence and low self-esteem affect us in more ways than we realize. Our self-esteem—or lack thereof—affects our decision-making, relationships, and even job opportunities. Undervaluing ourselves can lead to a self-fulfilling spiral of declining opportunities. Asking thoughtful questions to help us look at ourselves, and offering practical advice based on biblical truth, readers will be encouraged to do what it takes to find our intrinsic value in God’s eyes.
Irene S. Roth | 01/11/2017
This is an important book for people who lack self-confidence and self-control. It is an inspiring and transforming exploration of how we can feel good about ourselves because we are all beautiful in our own unique ways.
In this book, Cassman uses her experience as a Christian counsellor to explore how we can move forward and become the person we were meant to be, self-confident and knowing how wonderful we truly are.
Undervaluing ourselves can lead to many difficulties such as making wrong decisions, getting into relationships which are harmful and don’t serve us nor celebrate who we truly are. Also, undervaluing ourselves can leave us empty and not fulfilled in our lives.
In this book, Cassman explores how we can move forward from the place which we are at now to a more positive and self-confident one. She does this through reflective sections, which are combined with scriptural passages and thoughtful questions. It is book that the reader can follow along step-by-step to a place of emancipation and liberation from the negativity about themselves.
For Cassman, a strong, self-confident person does not allow anyone or anything to control her life, wakes up each day with a positive attitude, appreciates the success of others, appreciates the little things of life and is thankful for what she has, walks with her head held up high, and knows that inner beauty is more important that outer beauty.
I loved this book from beginning to end. I will be recommending it to the young women and teenagers that I work with at my parish. This book is truly transforming and inspiring.
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The Road Less Traveled: A Guide to a Positive Marriage
This common-sense guide on marriage offers practical ideas for any married couple, whether you have been married for a long time, recently tied the knot or planning to in the near future. Offering simple solutions to everyday romantic ruts, the author spells out what you need to do to keep the fire in your relationship alive and the flame burning brighter than before.
Irene Roth | 10/13/2016
This is an insightful book about how to create a positive marriage. Since half of all marriages end in divorce, this book is also a very important for our culture and our times.
One of the most important insights that I learned in this book is that before we get married, we should get to know ourselves. Lisa Cassman has a series of questions that we should each ask ourselves, such as whether we are happy individuals and what we really need in a marriage. We also have to ascertain how we can be at our best and whether our future partner will encourage us. Many couples are unhappy because their partners are negative all the time and they have very different personalities. Throughout the book, the reader will find many helpful tips to enhance their marriage and make it the best that it can be. For instance, we should love and respect our partners, complement one another, go on dates, and much more. This is a way to create a marriage that is not only fitting for both individuals but loving and compassionate. It is only in this way that we could grow together and become the best that it could be.
This book is also for couples who may be struggling in their marriage. The tips outlined in this book, when applied to one’s marriage, will help to make the marriage stronger and happier. There is always hope if we are willing to work hard together to make our marriage better and stronger. Most people struggle in their marriages in some way. Some couples may have even gotten despairing because they don’t think anything much can change in their marriage. But after Lisa Cassman’s book, I can now see that even the most despairing problems in a couple’s life can be changed for the better by taking a few steps every day in the right direction.
Thank you Lisa Cassman for such a wonderful book and message! I love hopeful and encouraging books like this. We all need to hear positive messages in today’s negative world. I can’t wait to read your next book!
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The Light in Your Eyes
They met for the first time as guileless teenagers at a summer camp. She never forgot the light in his eyes...
Lifetimes later, after the years had parted them, grown them up, gotten them married to other people, started them respective families, brought them through difficult broken marriages, they reconnected. Now, happily married to one another, these poems, written across the past thirty years, document Lisa's journey into what love means, as Steve showed her, starting when they were hopeful teens.
Theirs is a love story of novels, plays, and poetry. And these are the poems born of it.
Irene Roth | 07/08/2014
This is a unique book of poems expressing the love that a young teenage girl and woman had for a man. It is beautifully written and will keep the reader inspired to find that kind of love at least once in her life.
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