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11_09 INLS Brochure

11_09 INLS Brochure

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Published by Marj Frazer Lacey

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Published by: Marj Frazer Lacey on Dec 12, 2009
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Marj Frazer Lacey
MS, MFT
IT’S NOT A LIFE SENTENCE
Liberating Your Self,Becoming Who You Are
 “It isn’t the mountain ahead that wearsyou out. It’s the grain of sand in yourshoe,” poet Robert Service wrote manyyears ago.Do his words ring true for you? Areyou going through life with a “grain of sand in your shoe”—unresolved issues,problem relationships, or insecurities—that drain your energy and keep youfrom climbing the mountain ahead,pursuing goals that would invigorateand fulfill you?
It’s Not a Life Sentence
is all aboutmaking mid-course corrections andtaking control of your life. Eachchapter contains a section called “Timeto Introspect” that help you relate whatyou’ve read to your own experience,see how your past affects you in thepresent and explore ways to makechanges that release the true you.A therapist, teacher, and journalist,author Marj Frazer Lacey guides you,step-by-step, on a journey of self-discovery which can change your lifeand restore your relationship with themost important person you know: yourself.
Some Things You’ll Think Aboutas You Read the Book
 
What you would like to change aboutyourself 
 
Your earliest memories, pivotalincidents, absorbed beliefs
 
What you think of yourself 
 
Roles you played as a teen-ager
 
What you were like as a young adult
 
You and your partner
 
Your parents’ influence—and your ownissues as a parent (if you are one)
 
Careers, colleagues, and distractions
 
Signs you may be in trouble
 
Re-thinking the meaning of earlyincidents
 
Who’s in charge of your life
 
What you want to change about theexternals of your life
 
Using your fleeting feelings as clues tothe person you are at the core
 
Acting to make changes
 
Techniques for staying in touch withyour self 
 
Signs that you might want to considerseeing a therapist
 
Putting change decisions into action
 
Staying in tune with your ever-evolvingself 

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