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Title: Propelling: A simple & therapeutic mental technique that helps you move beyond any distressing situation you can't move beyond independently.
Author: Earnestine Hackett
Publisher: Letter to a Friend Publishing
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Propelling is a quirky little (5 x 5.5) book about a new, simple, and therapeutic mental technique named Propelling; and will help everyone (adults & adolescents, females & males) move beyond any distressing situation they can't move beyond independently. Propelling is based on psychological and spiritual principles and is 100% essential for everyone experiencing a distressing situation and the negative emotions they feel regarding it (for example: feelings of betrayal, vengefulness, jealousy/envy, inferiority, resentment/indignation, humiliation, belittlement, hopelessness/despair, self-pity, loneliness, alienation/isolation, depression, grief/sorrow, oppression/persecution, victimization, regret, anxiety, fear, disappointment, frustration, hatred, rage, guilt, and/or anger).
Other benefits you will obtain from Propelling include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Stops you from responding to distressing situations in a manner that causes you consequences you consider intolerable; 2. Helps you stop letting distressing situations impede your engagement in your passions and/or responsibilities; 3. Knowledge of how to wisely respond to distressing situations; 4. No filler or fluff information to increase the book's length, just a concise, compact, and therapeutic mental technique; and 5. Created to be used anywhere. Convenient, easily take anywhere you go, compact size.
Several Companies, including one of the top 10, on Fortune Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For 2007 Edition List obtained copies of Propelling to assess if it was a book they would gift or recommend to their employees on October 10, 2007, World Mental Health Day, or another day they deemed appropriate, as another way of conveying to their employees that they care about their mental and emotional health and overall wellness.