Thursday, April 26, 2018

Surrender


As we so through life we face many painful issues inside of us, and significant challenges all around us. Do you struggle with letting go of such difficulties? I have been there too.

I am a retired social worker, mental health counselor, addiction therapist and author of two self-help books. My wife Susan, is the co-author of our book, "Reflections: A Journey to God".  She is completing her interfaith ministerial requirements this summer via the Emerson Theological Institute.

Professionally and personally, Susan and I have experienced much adversity, ranging from medical conditions to financial, relationship, and emotional problems. Thought you might appreciate some of the following tips we have field-tested (smiles) to overcome all kinds of stressful and even painful situations in our lives:

*  Breathing deeply (check out the "relaxation response" online).
*  Venting painful emotions.
*   Replacing negative emotions with positive thoughts.
*  Developing a plan of positive action.
*  Releasing stress to the Divine within us and all around us (many ways to do this).

For more information on these steps, here is a link to an excerpt from "Reflections: A Journey to God" Reflections on the Ocean

Next, feel free to check out this press release about "Reflections". Reflections Press Release

You can also have a look at several free techniques to rise above the negative and conquer set-backs or discouragements:  http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/qlcoach

In addition, we offer affordable spiritual counseling to help you surrender to the wisdom of your Inner Voice:  https://www.fiverr.com/qlcoach 

Last but now least, we would like to have a conversation with you about the one thing you want to overcome today in our comment section. We will do our best to answer your concerns, so you can let go of whatever might be holding you back. You deserve to have a better life today!

Sending you Love, Peace, Joy, and Empowerment today. Feel free to stay in touch via our Twitter Page:  https://twitter.com/WeEmpowerOthers

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