I'm Just That Into Me: You're The One You've Been Waiting For
On Sale Now! Save 2% on the I'm Just That Into Me: You're The One You've Been Waiting For by Seattle Indie Press at SADC Network. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Imagine feeling excited about your life ...... a life that you've created, a life you totally loveWhat if you fell in love with you?And no, that doesn't make you a narcissist. Your relationship with yourself is the foundation of your life. Embacing the truth of who you uniquely are is empowering.Could past trauma be holding you back from happiness? Bestselling author Dayna Mason and co-author Jason Andrada use inspiring stories, and easy exercises to help you identify the self-sabotaging b
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Imagine feeling excited about your life ...... a life that you've created, a life you totally loveWhat if you fell in love with you?And no, that doesn't make you a narcissist. Your relationship with yourself is the foundation of your life. Embacing the truth of who you uniquely are is empowering.Could past trauma be holding you back from happiness? Bestselling author Dayna Mason and co-author Jason Andrada use inspiring stories, and easy exercises to help you identify the self-sabotaging beliefs and behaviors that keep you stuck choosing the same limiting relationships and life, over and over again.Get free once and for all.Let go of the lies you still carry with you from childhoodEmbrace your awesomenessEnjoy a life you totally love, regardless of relationship statusWithin this book is everything you need to take action that brings you true happiness and fulfillment. Take control of your destiny—the awesome life you were always meant to live.Get Started TodayThis is not a traditional “self-help” book. You’ll love the page-turning honesty of the authors’ real-life stories, and appreciate the easy to follow tools, because they will take you on a quest that changes you.Get it now.”This book focuses on the relationship that forms the basis for all other relationships -- our relationship with ourselves. Although the two main characters experienced specific types of trauma that informed their actions, any reader can benefit from the tools of self-discovery and self-care that are included in this book. A life-affirming story of turning pain into a springboard for helping others.” -SJM, Amazon Reviewer“Easy to read and relate to. If you want to recognize and change behavior patterns in your life that have led to relationship failure then this is your book. Dayna and Jason share their adverse childhood experiences of trauma and explain how those experiences shape the dynamics of their relationships today.” –Susie Meyer, Amazon Reviewer
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