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We are born into the school of life. Everything that happens, big and small, soft and hard, is a lesson about who we are and how the world works. Once we leave home, it is necessary to reexamine those lessons and the conclusions that we took from them. Only then can we begin to separate from who we were told we were supposed to be and find out who we truly are.

Facing the Truth of Your Life is a guide to both begin to question and to take some deep hard looks at those conclusions that control how you see the world. It is both validating and confronting while supporting you in uncovering, processing, and freeing yourself from ideals, beliefs, perspectives, and absolute facts that don't work for you anymore. Only then can you create the possibility of knowing you and finding a deep, lasting happiness.

Too much of life is about running from the pain of the past and present. If you are ready to stop or at least consider stop running, then you are ready for Facing the Truth of Your Life.

©2017 Merle Yost (P)2017 Merle Yost

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"Become a grown up, for real"

What did you love best about Facing the Truth of Your Life?

Author's approach it is simple and logic : straight to the point.

How your family damaged you by downloading their problems and issues on you : how to get rid of these issues so to enjoy a successful life, full of great emotions and great achievements.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Facing the Truth of Your Life?

A chapter about emotional incest was very very spot on.

Have you listened to any of Alexandria Stevens’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is the first one. Her voice intonations did remind me of Author's voice which is a good thing.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Learning that it was okay to not love people that downloaded their problems and issues on me as I was growing up : it was liberating.
I can now move on with so much clarity in me.

I do recommend the book to anyone who wants to become a grown up, for real.

Any additional comments?

Thank you Merle for this wonderful book, I have recommended it to 3 of my friends already.