This is not your typical self-help book.
It was not written to stuff your head with more “to-do” lists, strategies, secrets that turn out not to be secrets, “woo-woo” lingo you cannot understand or relate to, techniques we all eventually give up on, or calls to just “think positive” 24/7.
This book was written to help you look at your thoughts, your feelings, yourself, and your life in a fundamentally different way. It will show you how you can navigate through tough moments so you can experience more peace of mind regardless of your circumstances. It will help you re-discover who you truly are. It will show you why you don’t need to think positive and can still be all right. It will help you embrace your humanness. When you read it with an open heart and an open mind, this book is going to be a catalyst for your own unique epiphanies and insights.
Dr. Maggie Gilewicz, aka Dr. Maggie G., is a Sociologist and a Transformative Coach. She helps people from all walks of life understand and navigate their feelings, and see themselves and their lives in a fundamentally different way by sharing the new understanding of mind often referred to as the “inside-out understanding,” or the “three principles.”
She is passionate about helping young adults design meaningful and fulfilling lives. Otherwise, she lives in London, loves to travel, and sing songs by Ella Fitzgerald after a couple of glasses of wine.
If you would like to explore the topics raised in the book and more, please subscribe to her podcast “How To Make Sure Your Life Doesn’t Suck With Dr. Maggie G.”
Foreword by Michael Neill an internationally renowned Transformative Coach and best-selling Hay House author.
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