Being misunderstood is an everyday occurrence. On some level, it's just a part of living. Most of us find it to be a very uncomfortable truth.
The interesting thing about being misunderstood is that we ourselves are also constantly misunderstanding people. We wonder at their choices, we wonder at their wisdom, we judge their character and yet, if someone does that to us, we usually get hurt or angry.
Is it possible to understand WHY misunderstandings take place and what we can do to change our own judgments?
This book may offer some life-changing thoughts...
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About the Author
After her first child was born she became strongly interested in the theories of fear as they pertained to childbirth, and went on to receive her teaching certificate for Childbirth Education. She has been working as an educator for over twenty-five years. In addition she also works at a Financial Institution.
Anne and her husband, Sam, have been married for thirty years, and have three children. She was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she currently still resides.