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From Wounded Child to Emotionally Secure Adult with Patti Henry

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A Fine Time for Healing

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Does your life seems to be one long endless struggle, your relationships unsatisfying? Are you're angry, disillusioned, unwell, stuck or just plain unhappy, and you'd rather be sailing along joyfully, enjoying a life of freedom, peace and prosperity? Are you willing to fire Your Ghost Driver (the unconscious child hijacking your ride) -a clever allusion to the ghost drivers that jump into your car in Disneyland's Haunted Mansion?

The solution is simple, says today's special guest, Licensed Professional Counselor Patti Henry. Move from Lifetime One where every emotion, decision and action is consciously or unconsciously driven by the hurt, rebellious "I'm not good enough" child inside us to Lifetime Two, where every emotion, decision and action is driven by the thoughtful, love-inspired, emotionally mature adult.

That is the premise of Patti's clever, powerful, tough-love and imminently readable book Two Lifetimes: From Fear to Love. In her book she teaches you how to courageously face the fears that keep you stuck in Lifetime One, and to embrace a future in Lifetime Two where there is no depression, no addiction, no anxiety, no anger and no fear - where you are living from your authentic power."

Patti Henry is committed to healing the world, one person -- Two Lifetimes -- at a time. Once she herself awoke to the transformation she was poised to be a guide for anyone else ready and willing to leave behind suffering and misery.

Patti Henry MEd, LPC has been in private practice since 1988 (and working in women's programs at psychiatric hospitals before that). She has eschewed the traditional path of letting the clients determine the course of the therapy, instead finding her success in engaging them in a directed path toward conscious awareness and self-responsibility.

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