#shareitsaturday / one thing you could stop doing {+ a GIVEAWAY}

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Have you ever wondered how to have more peace, relief and grace in your family?

Me too.

Meet my friend, Gary.

 

“I’m a husband and dad who was once dominated by addiction and dysfunction but am now best friends with acceptance and grace. Someone showed me the way, and I applied it to my family. I spent twenty years learning what didn’t work, then another twenty-plus years learning a better way. And I took notes. Now I want to help you and your family the way I was helped.” Gary Morland

 

If you’re like me and you’ve struggled with family relationships over the years and not knowing how to react, what to say and how to keep the peace – then this is for YOU!

Gary’s first book comes out this week and if you pre-order by Monday, June 5 there are lots of FREE resources you can get! First, there’s a mini course where Gary gives specific examples of actions you can take with your own family. You also get a Family Satisfaction Assessment, and more!

And just because Gary is awesome, he’s offering a FREE resource today – one thing you could stop doing and every family relationship you have will improve, PLUS two things you could do instead – even if you don’t order the book. Just click below and Gary will send you the personal tips and pointers.

Brian and I have both already read Gary’s book and couldn’t recommend this read more. We want to get this resource into the hands of everyone we know and I’ve already got a shipment coming to our house.

Time for a {GIVEAWAY}!

I’m giving away 2 copies of Gary’s new book to blog readers that comment below! To enter and win: Simply tell me about the person in your family who is an example of grace. Who are they?

For me – that’s my mom. She’s always given grace to everyone, no matter what. She’s an incredible example of grace that I love and admire.

I’ll select 2 random names from the comments below and announce the winners on Monday.

PS – Gary’s book is only $8.92 on Amazon right now. I promise, it is the BEST way you could ever send $9 to invest in your family and those who matter the most.

 

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30 comments

  1. I would have to say my grandmothers. They both have been through some very rough times but always seem to show grace. They have been exceptional role models for the women in my family! ❤️

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  2. My Mommy! She is so awesone, kind, forgiving and patient with all of our craziness that goes on daily with our big family! If I turn out to be half the woman she is I will be very blessed!

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  3. I would have to say my grandmother. She always wanted to keep peace in the family and when she passed I tried to keep the tradition going.

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  4. I can’t wait to read this book!

    I have had lots of examples of grace in my family and life, but currently, I would have to say my husband shows our family and me lots of grace. He overlooks so much! He doesn’t fuss (too much) when I go over budget :-). He never gripes about dirty bathrooms or piles of dishes in the sink. He is so calm and laid back. He is a loving husband and father! We are blessed to have him.

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