I Don’t Have to Make Everything All Better

Six Practical Principles That Empower Others to Solve Their Own Problems While Enriching Your Relationships

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Join the more than 100,000 people who have already purchased this book. This book is the perfect gift for those who want to help others without feeling burdened. Applying these principles helps others grow into responsible individuals while feeling deeply loved by you.

“If relationships came with an owner’s manual, this is it!” —Richard Paul Evans, author of The Christmas Box

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