Just a couple of weeks into the Life After Lust Audiobook project and we have hit an unexpected and disappointing roadblock. In my new VLOG episode I shared about the current challenge we are facing and what is being done about it. Life has once again given us lemons and this is an opportunity to squeeze, add some sugar, and stir!
Have any sour strangers leaped into your life lately? Join me in finding new solutions and rising above all roadblocks.
Running on Empty No More is an excellent book for anyone seeking healing in their most important relationships. The book is a fitting follow-up to her first book Running On Empty, providing practical strategies for those wondering about next steps in their recovery from Childhood Emotional Neglect. One thing I appreciate about the book is the author’s obvious care and compassion for the reader. She invites the reader to take some difficult steps in repairing relationships while being clear about when those choices could be unhealthy. I found the book refreshing in my personal journey, especially when the concept of forgiveness was addressed. As a parent, I cannot more highly recommend the section on learning to connect with children.
Running on Empty No More has the potential to change the world, one relationship at a time. I plan to share this book with those I love, recommend it to many of my clients, and add it to the addiction recovery program I lead. Whether you’re seeking tools for connecting with a partner, parent, or child, this book is for you.
It’s 2018! Can you believe it? With a new year comes new goals…have you made your 2018 goals yet? If so, I would love to hear them. When it comes to Life After Lust, I’ve created some ambitious yet attainable goals. I expect 2018 to be a year of amazing opportunities and growth. I will work hard to create such a year.
If you’re interested, here are my 2018 writing & business goals:
Reach 4,000 copies of Life After Lust in circulation (all formats combined)
As I’ve connected more with myself and watched the impact of Life After Lust, I’ve realized that the career I most want to pursue is that of a writer/author (I will still be a therapist). This year, I plan to move more seriously in that direction. I look forward to sharing more with you as that journey unfolds.
Wishing you success with your most important goals this year.
Happy New Year!