King Solomon's Mines ePub (Adobe DRM) download by Dr. Anne Brown

King Solomon's Mines

CSF Publishing
Publication date: April 2012
ISBN: 9781937487591
Digital Book format: ePub (Adobe DRM)
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ABOUT THE BOOK: As you read this empowering book that Dr. Brown has so passionately written, it is obvious that we can no longer pretend that people-pleasers and addiction doesn't exist; it is prevalent. Most if not all of us know at least one individual who is suffering from an addiction, victimhood, or martyrdom. It touches all of our lives in some way. Reality is, it won't go away without taking necessary action and standing up to those who are masters at sabotaging your own growth. The Science of Saying No brings insight into waking up, making the decision to set an intention, and accept the challenge of learning to say NO, which means YES for you. As you begin practicing your own self-care and gaining inner peace, you will come to the realization that you are the priority. Developing a backbone takes awareness, courage, and inner strength. It is a process. Dr. Brown takes you step by step through this journey. You courageously explore and embrace these steps that take you to your own expansion and growth. Consider how you would feel once you develop and use your backbone to gain the honor and respect you desire and are worthy of. Yes, you will be tested. That is part of the challenge. However, working through this journey brings you to the other side where self-respect and empowerment exist, and you won't be disappointed. Journey with Dr. Brown and allow yourself to be open to your own inner guidance and intuition and use the power of your wise self that has been yours all along. As a practicing therapist for the last twenty-five years, she gives you many tools and exercises to apply along your way. Now it's up to you to give yourself permission to expand your souls reach and thrive. By healing yourself, you are healing the world, step-by-step, moment-by-moment. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Anne Brown PhD, RNCS, is a psychotherapist, in Private Practice in Aspen, Colorado. For over twenty years she has served as the trusted advocate and advisor to Influential Corporate leaders, Trial Attorneys, Athletes, Leaders, Physicians and their families, many whose connections extend well beyond the town of Aspen. Dr. Brown's nursing and psychosocial education afford her the unique ability to assess and intervene with her client's medical and emotional concerns.
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'No' can make a positive difference

For as long as I can remember I have always felt bad saying no to people. I can see now that I come from a family of facilitators - that is to say facilitating the lives of others before their own. Of course, it isn't a case of advocating selfishness, just a case of stopping you from putting yourself out for others. For me, there came a point when I realised that I was making it easy for people to take advantage of me and so I needed to stand up for myself and my own needs. I am time poor, so as much as I would like to help a friend by giving my time to them I can now see more clearly the negative effects it will unravel for me: putting myself under more pressure, tiredness, loss of organisation and control and the subsequent lowering of my self-esteem. The best thing I have come to realise is that if someone asks me something, it is a simple question, and I am free to say yes or no. Something else that may surprise you is that it isn't often a particular friend or colleague who you need to learn to say no to, but more often than not someone in your family. Love can tie you, or it can set you free. A bit of both is the key but if you need to learn to love yourself, and learn to say no, then definitely read this book!
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