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Own Best Friend - Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose Passion and Ease - cover

Own Best Friend - Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose Passion and Ease

Kristina Hallett

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Are you ready to truly live your rock star life?
When stress plays a bigger role in your life than happiness, and when there’s no time for you or the things you love, it’s time to make a change!
Do these sound like you?
“I feel like something is missing in my life.”
“I take care of everyone but me.”
“I’m running in place and running out of time.”
“I’m just not happy.”
“I’m sick of trying things that don’t work.”
“When will things get better?”
We all have times when we can’t get out of our own way and life gets us down. If you’re finding that you have more of those days than “Woohoo! I’m on top of the world!” days, here’s some great news: it is so possible to feel (and live) better. Dr. Hallett knows exactly what you need. As a clinical psychologist and life coach, she has spent over 20 years helping people to live their best lives. If your day-to-day isn’t all you hoped for, and if you want to let go of stress and live a truly fabulous life, Own Best Friend is the book for you.

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