Letting Go of Good
Dispel the Myth of Goodness to Find Your Genuine Self
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|Format: ||Paperback, 336 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 August 2017|
Letting Go of Good takes a hard look at our long-cherished myths about goodness and worthiness and helps you connect to your genuine desires without being overwhelmed by fear and guilt. The key techniques for working through the compulsive need to always be good are learning to discern the messages of difficult emotions while connecting to your genuine desires. Practicing psychotherapist Andrea Mathews shares innovative tools for understanding and dialoging with emotions, developing intuition and discernment, and making decisions from a sacred place of desire and true compassion. With illuminating examples from her clinical practice and a powerful exploration of the nature of healing, this book shares a breakthrough approach to creating vulnerable, authentic relationships and a sustainable, spiritual experience of the true Self.
About the Author
Andrea Mathews has nearly thirty years of experience in the mental health and human services field providing and supervising others in the provision of therapy. She's also a professional trainer and motivational speaker, frequently providing workshop and individual coaching in authentic leadership, conflict resolution, authentic relationships, and more. Andrea is the host of the radio show Authentic Living with Andrea Mathews. She lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and can be found online at www.andreamathews.com.
Mathewsidentifies a psychological pattern that largely goes unrecognised but which is epidemic, adn she offers sound, solid solutions. The is very wise book deserves a wide reception' - Larry Dossey
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