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Living Yes: A Handbook for Being Human Paperback – March 21, 2015
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From the Author
If I gave you ten million dollars to dive into freezing glacier water, would you? What if I offered you ten million dollars to read this book carefully, do all the exercises, and then Live Yes to the best of your ability? Would you? What if I sweetened the offer by adding a satisfying job, a loving relationship, the ability to choose fun freely, and freedom from being overwhelmed by painful emotions? Would you jump in? Now, what if by reading this book you could gain the freedom to not desire the ten million dollars, but you could still create everything else? Would you still read it and go for Living Yes? If so, dive in and get ready to make a splash!
From the Inside Flap
"A terrific book, Living Yes is a program full of wisdom that allows readers to live authentically and embrace whatever life circumstances they are currently facing. Mark Morris's personal and clinical wisdom come through loud and clear in his witty and accessible writing. Living Yes is a must-read for anyone striving for personal growth and quality of life."
~Amy Wenzel, PhD, Psychologist and Author of Strategic Decision Making in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
"Instead of psycho-babble, cliff notes, or simplistic pep talks, Living Yes gives solid and relevant skills that can help you feel better - if you put in the effort. It is a rare book in this regard."
~Michael Tofani, MD, Psychiatrist
"Mark Morris clearly reveals the keys taught to mental health practitioners. By Living Yes as Mark describes, nearly anyone can use these ideas to feel more happy and alive."
~Ronald E. Marks, PhD, Dean, Tulane University School of Social Work
"In Living Yes, Mark Morris offers a blueprint to a happier and more meaningful life. As a doctor for more than 30 years, I notice that at least a quarter of my patients are suffering from emotional distress which causes symptoms and hinders care. Living Yes is clear, enlightened, and empowering to the core. If all my patients would read this book, I would have more time to put down my prescription pad and pick up my fishing pole."
(What students of the Living Yes program have to say.)
"My son and I have settled down. I want to get out of bed in the morning. Learned I can't control what's not in my power."
"I was told I was gonna lose my leg to diabetes and I accepted it with no reaction, thanks to Living Yes. I didn't even lose sleep over it. That never would have happened before."
"Before Living Yes, I used to feel really alone and all over the place with my feelings. I didn't realize that I am worthy of love and respect. It's OK to be who I am."
"I used to think I was ugly, but now I think I'm beautiful."
"I used to get angry with organizations, blame myself for all my failures, not express myself to others. I now know I have tools to help calm me, feel good about myself, take life with a positive attitude."
"I was afraid of the world, could not speak up, could not go out without a drink or pill. Now I see my life totally differently now that I'm Living Yes. I got back in my church and also attend school. My wife thinks I am a new changed man."
"Living Yes has helped me grow into a much better father, brother, son and mentor. Living Yes has taught me to be more open to love and embrace new beginnings."
"I have more peace because I'm not controlling everything. I relate to people better. I used to be angry every day, but now I can sit and listen to my wife most of the time without getting angry."
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I really enjoyed reading this book and I like that people can just pick up the book and get information for there own personal growth.