A practical guide for reinventing your life
After Stephanie Weichert's friend Trevor committed suicide, she wondered how she might have helped him if he'd reached out. He told his mom he would, but never did. Although it was too late for Trevor, how could she help others in despair rise above it into a place of hope?
Everything I Would Have Said shares steps to moving away from isolation, anxiety, and sadness, toward a courageous, hope-filled life. We each have a personal narrative we think defines us. For many, like Trevor, it's about hopelessness, limitation and defeat. This book teaches us how to rewrite our story so that it reflects who we want to be and how we want to live. The steps include:
Change may not come fast. It may look different than we envision it. We might have to take the first steps before we believe they'll lead anywhere. But through those steps, a new path will emerge--a path to our most authentic self. Steeped in perennial spiritual tenets that have helped millions of people for thousands of years, this book brings those principles to life with its practical guide to day-by-day, moment-by-moment, personal, actual change.
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