Linda Carrolls Remember Who You Are offers rich guidance, encouraging companionship, and essential wisdom, both original and gathered. This book's pages hold many treasures. Yet its most generous and most useful wisdom is this: it restores the reader continually to the spiritual source-spring that matters most -- herself. Jane Hirshfield, prize-winning poet and author of After and Given Sugar, Given Salt
Absolutely exquisite! In Remember Who You Are, Linda Carroll has woven together material from many sourcesblending evocative photos with deeply moving proseto create a beautiful, practical, and inspiring guide for the journey of self-discovery. This is a book that speaks to the difficulties and complexities as well as to the delights and the ultimate simplicity of the voyage. We are particularly impressed with the way in which they honor all the selves as they offer their guidance for the journey. It is truly a book to treasure. Hal Stone, Ph.D. & Sidra Stone, Ph.D., authors of Partnering: A New Kind of Relationship
A lovely, timeless meditation on what it means to be a sentient, spiritual woman at home in one's own body and mind." ---Kaja Perina, editor-in-chief of Psychology Today
About the Author
Carroll was adopted at raised in San Francisco, mother is the writer Paula Fox. Married at eighteen, and twice more before she was thirty, she is now the mother of five grown children, including singer/songwriter Courtney Love. She is a therapist and writer and lives in Corvallis, Oregon with her husband of seventeen years.