What if everything in your life happened for a reason? Upon reflection you realize that the drama in your life turned out to be your greatest gifts. That letting go of past resentment can cause profound change for the here and now.
This unique book is a series of short stories of real life experiences. Some of the stories are funny, some a bit shocking. After the description of each short story, the listeners are invited to choose from a list of occurrences that may or may not have occurred at the end of the story. The listeners are also encouraged to use their own creativity by coming up with their own ending for each story along with sharing their own humorous learning life experiences.
Barb Bailey's book, and corresponding webpage www.barbbailey.com, gives you a safe place to gather - comfortable nook where you can share the laughter and the tears, and become a part of the journey.
What you can gain by sharing these experiences:
The ability to start the healing process by bringing humor to past resentful situations
The strength to dig deeper into your experiences knowing that you have a safe nook to share
Your permission to move forward in your life
A place to expand your brilliance
An understanding you are a beautiful being regardless of what has shaped your life
The liberty of setting free resentful events
My heartfelt gratitude for stepping forward and sharing with all of us on this webpage's journey
The power to dissolve the perceived chip on your shoulder
The relief of forgiveness
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Awesome book of resentment!
Resentment is a bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly. This book is an interactive and a unique book series of short stories of real life experiences that shares, and teaches us the ability to start the healing process by bringing humor to past resentful situations and knows the feeling of relief of forgiveness.Encouraging and awesome book of resentment!
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