The i'Mpossible Project: Reengaging With Life, Creating a New You

The i'Mpossible Project: Reengaging With Life, Creating a New You

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ISBN-13: 9780986096495
Publisher: Skookum Hill Publishing
Publication date: 01/13/2016
Pages: 258
Sales rank: 840,269
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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The i'Mpossible Project: Reengaging With Life, Creating a New You 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What is life about other than a journey? This book which is written by 50 authors takes you on a journey of discovery. Not only about the stories in which you will read but about who you are within them. I enjoyed each and every one of these stories. Some of them moved me to tears while others moved me to be in deep thought and in awe of the strength of others. The book is humbling in its words and it captures the essence of life in its truth. Each of our journey's are different and I do believe we will arrive at a place in our lives, where we find meaning in all of it at some point in time. The I'm Possible Project reflects life at its most intimate and engages us to think, feel and have compassion for another's journey. Josh Rivedal captures life beautifully and it's worth the read. You will not be the same person once you have read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My heart has really been touched as I read Josh Rivedal's book, The i'MPOSSIBLE Project Reengaging with Life, Creating a New You. I originally read the book as my son shared his story, but I quickly became engrossed in the individual stories of each of these author's lives. I am a sufferer of chronic pain, and the stories involving chronic pain gave me so much encouragement. I want to thank each of the authors for taking the time to share a little piece of their life to give all of us hope in this world we live in. Thank you Josh Rivedal for taking the time to enhance our lives by sharing these stories. I recommend this book to everyone to read, especially if you face a problem in your life today.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Being a mental health and substance counselor for many years and using biblo-therapy , I would say this is the best. The personal stories of the writer’s struggles with depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety and identity crisis gives the reader motivation to continuing seeking the answer for the difficult problems of life. It also gives inspiration from real humans. And finally, the personal stories challenge the reblader to face the future with hope and strength. I recommend iMPOSSIBLE as first rate biblio-therapy for teen agers and adults.
Richard Strait More than 1 year ago
This weekend I finished reading my proof copy of The I'mpossible Project, this book is amazing, 50 stories of people overcoming obstacles and doing something positive with their life. My little part of the book I share briefly about my suicide attempt in 1993 and the things I have learned and try to do since that day. What I didn't expect was how all areas of the book had such an impact on me. There are sections that focus on family, physical health, trauma, mental health, lived experience with suicide, LGBT, and second chances. The format of the this book is amazing; broken down into sections and each story is only a few pages, and each story ends with something great; whether it is a lesson learned, a movement started, or acceptance. I would highly recommend reading this book it is amazing what we can do despite difficulties.
katmyre More than 1 year ago
I am honored to be one of the fifty authors in this book and inspired by the writings of my fellow co-authors. Reading how they overcame their own challenges motivates me to keep navigating my own journey. This book is an eye opener that touches on subjects that can change anyone's perspective on suicide, mental health, transgender, and beyond. It's a battle cry for those who have been touched by cancer, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and other diagnoses. Reading this book invokes compassion and understanding that the reader can take away and apply in their everyday life. Seeing the person and not the label is how change becomes possible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not quite a review, but the authors in this book are some of the strongest, most resilient people I have ever met. They have overcome their son’s homicide (Jenny Rietveld) and started an LGBT youth suicide prevention hotline and won an Academy Award (James Lecesne). They hold top positions at some of the best colleges and universities across the U.S. (Judy Thrasher, and Jenn Burton). They are out, proud and starting mini and macro movements because of their story (Claire Kaufman, Matthew Shaffer, and Ryan Cassata). They are managing physical health challenges and starting online followings to benefit others who are dealing with their same challenge (Mariagrazia Buttitta, Holly Bertone, and Megan Starshak). These folks are remarkable and I’m honored to have them in this book.