Sep 14, 2020
Suzanne Lynn is joined by five authors: Alicia McBride, “I Feel Too Much: A How-To Guide for the Beginner Empaph;” Carol Alexander, “At a Momen’s Notice;” Rolando Hyman, “Giving Myself Permission to Grow;” and JB Yanni, “Time Benders and the Machine.”
Alicia’s book shows the steps to let go of the heavy, and to create boundaries so it doesn’t continue to happen. It has helpful meditations that you can use over and over again, and some of them are on YouTube so you can listen anytime. This book is meant for you, the sensitive person, the empath, the one that takes on other people’s pain so they can feel better, it’s time to take care of yourself. Read it, and it will show you how.
Carol’s book was written about the father I never knew as he mysteriously disappeared in 1957, never to be seen or heard from again. Much of the story is true, with fiction interwoven to complete any loose ends.
Rolando’s book offers seven solutions for personal development. It explains how self-care is necessary for personal development, how to use choice to your advantage, and how humility helps Rolando unlearn old habits.
JB’s book shows us first that young people are empowered to do great acts of innovation, and kindness; second, that there is nothing stronger in this world than the bonds of family and with family, you can do just about anything; finally, that successes and failures, grief and happiness, pain and suffering as well as great joy are all a part of life, but with faith, they can all be celebrated and weathered.
JN Supermom’ book reminds you that you’re not Supemom, and that’s OK. It is for anyone who feels alone struggling to be a parent.