Break Free: 52 Tips to Escape From Your Self Imposed Prison
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BREAK FREE: 52 TIPS TO ESCAPE FROM YOUR SELF IMPOSED PRISON is a workbook meant to challenge you to take an introspective look at your life and answer the question, "Am I being the best version of myself?" This is a rhetorical question and one only you can answer.
Author: Faith Saunders, M.S.
"Fortunately, many of us have never put a foot in a physical prison but unfortunately we live in one. I sometimes wonder which is worst. In the former case, there are physical bars preventing us from leaving. However, in the latter situation, our bars are hidden and keep us hostage because they are more challenging to identify and overcome. As a result, many of us are not living the life that we are meant to live. Our prison bars are made up of shame, self-limiting thoughts, fear, what people are going to say, self-sabotaging behaviors… the list goes on. BREAK FREE: 52 Tips to Escape from Your Self Imposed Prison is a workbook meant to challenge you to take an introspective look at your life and answer the question, “Am I being the best version of myself?” This is a rhetorical question and one only you can answer. So, without further ado, it’s time to break free by removing the bars from your prison cell one at a time!"
This book is meant to be used in conjunction with BREAK FREE: 52 MINI NOTE CARDS, TIPS AND INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE from the book. They are meant to be a reminder of what you're working to accomplish, encourage, inspire and challenge your thinking. They are packaged in a small tin so that you can keep them on your desk, in your car or easily carry them with you anywhere!
About the Author: Author FAITH SAUNDERS is a "Transformation Coach" and Executive Producer & Host of "Discover A New Future" www.discoveranewfuture.com. Faith Saunder's mission is to help people to be the best version of themselves. Faith developed a passion for helping others, especially women, not only because of her professional experience working with many different groups – families in the foster care system, youth and adults with emotional and substance abuse challenges - but due to her personal journey. She is a survivor of emotional and sexual abuse. Faith is a graduate of Rutgers University (formerly UMDNJ), with a Masters in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. She is the proud parent of 2 adult children and resides in Somerset NJ.