So, Who Do You Think You Are?: Face Your Wounds, Heal Them and Change Your Life
How many people do you know who are always crying in their soup about the tough blows life has dealt them? How many people do you know who are always ... Show synopsis How many people do you know who are always crying in their soup about the tough blows life has dealt them? How many people do you know who are always complaining that they're not getting their fair share? How many people do you know who always see the glass as half empty? Dave has been there and done that -- all of that! He played the victim role until it hurt so much that he decided he had to change. This book explains what he did, how you can do it too and how you can break free and take control of life. He leads the reader through a series of open-ended questions and self-discovery exercises designed to increase self-awareness. This book is a coaching guide to help you lay out a plan to play the game of life - and to win. He zeroes in on the barriers many of us tend to create in our lives through our own actions, attitudes, and behaviors. He discusses the topic of uncomfortable emotional issues that most of us would just as soon skip, and relates how our actions and words can profoundly affect our children for better or worse. But the book does not stop there. Dave then offers a process for removing those barriers, zeroing in on such topics as remembering your roots, finding and exercising the freedom to be oneself, overcoming self-sabotaging behaviors, and recouping balance between the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of our lives. What makes this book different from other self-help books on the market is that it does not pretend to give canned 5-step or 10-step "magic wand" solutions. Instead, it focuses on a practical experiential process to help the reader discover his or her own unique way to cope with the everyday challenges of life. Written by an "everydaykind of guy" without a degree in psychology, the book is one of the basic tools and building blocks in the process of self-discovery and healing.