Is the glass half-empty or half-full? This book takes an expanded look at the proverbial question and challenges the traditional approach that the answer must be one or the other. In thinking that the glass is half-empty, we accept the pessimistic perspective that there isn’t enough “stuff,” that maybe this is all there is. This is a disempowering way to look at life and creates a vicious cycle of limiting beliefs of doubt, worry, disappointment, and fear. Conversely, if we look at the glass as half-full, we take an optimistic perspective that we've got something good going, life is grand. Yet, there is that lingering sense that something may still be missing.
What is presented in this book is something different. How about looking at the glass as always full? In Full Glass Living, the author shares her life journey through emotional sensitivity and a mood disorder to adopt an enlightened perception of both the water and space being vitally important to sustain life.
Full Glass Living: 28 Days to Dump Limiting Beliefs is about how we can use tools to influence and empower ourselves. The thing is we don’t do it all alone.