Friday, 9 December 2011

STAY OR LEAVE? Chapter 5: Your New Perspective ISBN 978-1-78028-025-7

So yesterday's Chapter 4 was the final chapter of Part I, You, Now. The second part of the book is about developing a new perspective, one that encourages people see themselves, their predicament and their life in a completely different way thereby freeing them take their decision and cross their Rubicon.

PART II – YOUR NEW PERSPECTIVE

Chapter 5: Your New Perspective

This chapter summarizes your new perspective, outlined in the previous chapters. It shows that most people convince themselves that they don’t have any choices in life. You too may have lulled yourself into believing that because your world is full of commitments and obligations, you don’t have the freedom to choose to break away or demand major improvements in your relationship.

You may well feel that:

  1. You have no choice but to live your life for everyone else,
  2. Feel trapped and
  3. Blame others for it.

Whereas, if you’re to live a meaningful and fulfilled life, you need to accept that:

  1. You are in the situation you find yourself because you have made choices,
  2. Freely and
  3. Are therefore totally responsible for your predicament.
It also introduces the 64 Million Dollar questions included in the following four chapters that help you realize the truth of this new perspective, give you new ways of understanding your current dilemma and the courage to finally change your life.

PS I thought I'd give you the full endorsements this time, rather than the shortened versions that are on the sleeve of the book!

“This is the ideal book for anyone looking for the courage to make a change. It’s full of practical, sensitive, helpful strategies, yet it’s also so amazingly readable.” DAWN FRENCH

“Beverly Stone shows through logical steps how to break patterns of destructive thinking and behavior and move into a healthy relationship with yourself and others. Highly recommended.” DEEPAK CHOPRA

“I’ve known people trapped in deeply unhappy relationships for years, because of no apparent way out. Indecision only adds to the misery. Beverley Stone’s serious guide to honest, clear ways to change, offers men and women the release to be themselves and is inspiring in its lessons.” ANNA FORD

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