If I’m So Strong, Why Do I Feel So Weak teaches rescue workers and others who have chosen self-sacrificing work how to help themselves while still helping others. There are so many who choose a self-sacrificing field of work, such as those who work in Emergency Medical Services, who feel self-doubt when it comes to taking care of themselves. They spend so much time saving the rest of the world that it no longer feels good for them. Eleanor Miller lived that life. And after years of searching, she understands why the popular remedies just don’t cut it. She offers guidance to readers on how to say no without feeling guilty, how to find their own voice, strength, and confidence and so much more on their path to recognizing their own importance.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Eleanor Miller is a Reiki Master, Interfaith Minister, a Certified Consulting Hypnotist and is currently obtaining her NLP certification. She believes that everyone has the right to become the authority of his or her own life. She has made it her life’s work to help others find their strength and wants to share this message everywhere for everyone to know! Eleanor lives in New York and has traded in the sirens and traffic of NYC for the coyotes, snakes and other animals that go bump in the night of rural Sharon Springs.