7 Simple Steps To Beat Emotional Baggage: How To Become Whole, Healed, Healthy & Happy
What if I told you that you could stop the negative tape from playing in your head? What if, with seven simple steps you could leave the pain of the past behind and live everyday as your true authentic self? It is possible and you can do it. Ready? Read on…
7 Simple Steps to Beat Emotional Baggage: How to Become Whole, Healed, Healthy & Happy shares how to resolve emotional baggage and feel free to live true to your own personality, spirit and character by teaching you how to recognize the Four Life Stages of Emotional Baggage, transform negative thinking, and become equipped to boldly face emotional pain. Download your FREE copy now!
- Learn 7 RESULTS-DRIVEN techniques to transform your negative thinking and resolve emotional baggage for a happier life.
- Be EQUIPPED to boldly go back into your past and face traumas and tragedies that created your glass ceiling to happiness and create a re-vision for your new life.
- Learn to IDENTIFY the Four Life Stages of Emotional Baggage and reasons to not stay stuck.
- Learn to SOLVE an emotional equation to review your emotional growth and development annually.
- Learn to IDENTIFY success blockers and resolve emotional baggage.
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Host: Anita Washington, That Anita Live
Topic: How to Work Through Your Emotional Baggage
Guest: Icia Ragsdale
Guest’s Website: http://facebook.com/onthecouch
Icia and I would love to hear from you. Are you looking for a good therapist? How do you work through your baggage? Leave us your thought and comments below.
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