I Should Be Happy but I'm Not

I Should Be Happy but I'm Not

The 6 Practises of Emotionally Fit People

eBook - 2015
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On the outside, Heidi Di Santo looked like she had it all together. She was a successful business person, she had two children, a handsome husband, lived in a nice house and went on regular holidays. Her life seemed perfect. But looks can be deceiving. Heidi wore a mask that hid her truth from the world. Heidi should have been happy, but deep down she wasn't. She just didn't feel good enough. Inside she was stressed, overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, addicted and just wasn't coping emotionally with life. Heidi didn't want to rely on anti-depressants to deal with her issues. She wanted to treat the cause of her problem, not just the symptoms. Thankfully she found a way out of this dark hole. She found the inner peace she craved by becoming emotionally fit. She went from being a person who was 'mostly stressed with periods of calm' to a person who is 'mostly calm with periods of stress'. This book provides a road map for you to do the same. Based in Melbourne, Australia, Heidi now works as a speaker, counselor and author. She helps people to take control of their inner world, just like she did, so they can be happier and more successful in life. She has worked on radio and television, and is a highly skilled and gifted therapist with an ability to hone in on and address the real issues. She works at a feeling level, and helps people to process the emotions that are keeping them stuck in life.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2015
ISBN: 9780994305305
0994305303
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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