If you are feeling overwhelmed with stress, wondering how you’re going to get through the day, or just struggling to find meaning in your daily routine, then Live Your Life: 14 Days to the Best You, is the book that has the potential to change your life.
After working as a psychotherapist for nearly 20 years, Dr. Ann LeFevre decided to share a series of lessons in her book, Live Your Life: 14 Days to the Best You, that have inspired countless clients to take control of their lives, manage stress naturally and holistically, enjoy lives filled with meaning and value, and to start living the lives they’ve always dreamed of.
Author Ann LeFevre wouldn’t waste a minute of your valuable time getting to the heart of each easy-to-apply lesson in Live Your Life: 14 Days to the Best You, so you can start feeling better quickly. Using relatable examples and ever-present humor, Dr. LeFevre walks you through step-by-step action items, guiding you to make simple changes that will bring clarity, purpose, and peace to your life.
Some of these practical lessons you likely already know and have forgotten, some may be brand new to you. All written in a clear, easy-to-implement style that will have you inspired right from the start. Things that we know but due to the mad rush of life often forget are reminded to us in the book. Loving oneself, appreciating our body and taking care of it are some of these basic yet essential things that are of utmost importance for healthy well-being.
Each chapter includes an illustration of how the lesson can be applied, additional details and suggestions to set you up for success, and bulleted lists of thinking points and action items to walk you through applying the lesson to your life, one step at a time. The lessons have been taught by the author to countless clients over the past 16 years, with fast, consistent, positive results. So what is stopping you? Order your book now from Amazon.
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