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The transparent guide to living boldly in wholeness and abundance.
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Wholeness is your Divine birthright!
This is book is designed to engage and to inspire the reader to take their own steps and actions toward the whole and abundant life that they so richly deserve.
If you have found yourself struggling in any area of your life and wanting more but still receiving less, the information, as well as the exercises in this e-book, can help you decide what is important and what steps are required.
“Very succinct and personable. Like talking to a trusted girlfriend… Heartwork is the truth!!”
“I love Stephanie’s conversational approach to getting YOUR whole life…not the life you settle for or the one you’re living for everyone but yourself! Concepts like Historical Wholeness and Un-love languages gave me a view of myself that I had not previously considered!”
“I love the questions at the end and how you encourage people to seek the help that works for them.”
End the Struggle
Stop wanting more but still receiving less…that’s NOT the life you’ve been created for!
TAKE ONE STEP
You are always one step away from transforming your life—for the better. Let’s start some SHIFT!
WHOLE IS THE GOAL
Why Should You Read This?
“Get Your Whole Life!” is a candid as well as comedic manifesto on achieving healing, health and wholeness.
This book is designed to engage and inspire the reader to take their own steps and actions toward the whole and abundant life that they so richly deserve. It includes information and insightful exercises that the reader can use and share to craft a journey or transform the one that they are currently on.
TRACE THE TRIGGER TO THE TRUTH!
Triggers and patterns can be (actually they are) the gateway to uncovering what we need to heal in our past. The past can be 40 years ago or 40 days ago, but whenever the event happened, is where is we need to go. And that’s a journey in itself.
I remember sitting with my therapist in 2017-18 journeying back to 1980-something to deal with a traumatic experience that occurred during my pre-teen years. The amount of emotions that I tried to stuff down during that session was unfathomable! But, they (the emotions) won. Tears streamed down my face upon the remembrance of what had happened, and how I was left unattended in the middle of the mad dash to right the wrong that befell my father. The ordeal lasted seven years, and during that time, I learned how to be act strong—not be strong—just act like it. And that is a stance that would permeate my adult life until…