What Are You Here to Heal?
A Deeper Conversation
About the Book
If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired, then you are in the best place for change. Unfortunately, it also means you’re probably feeling hopeless, angry, and possibly even physically sick. You may not be able to sleep, eat, and/or work. The upside is that you’re likely ready to move out of your comfort zone. The downside is that you may get stuck-especially if you turn to alcohol, drugs, shopping, gambling, or an unhealthy relationship. Katherine G. Bridge draws upon her extensive experience as a group therapist to help you get on track in this guide to healing. Learn how to: • open yourself up to new worlds of possibility; • track your thoughts, ideas, and observations to find intimacy; • slow down the spinning of daily life; and • identify what’s holding you back. You’ll also learn about six major ego traps (and how to avoid them), ways to stay present in the moment, and how to break free from unhealthy family patterns. Filled with fun activities, examples, diagrams, and insights, the lessons you learn will help you be happy in the present instead of in the future.
About the Author
Katherine G. Bridge earned a Master of Social Work and has been providing social work services for more than twenty-five years. An inspirational speaker and presenter, her areas of expertise include domestic violence, equine assisted experiential learning, adoption, divorce, addictions, children’s mental health, cognitive behavior, and suicide. She is also the author of a companion to this book: What Are You Here to Heal? A Self-Reflective Guide. Visit www.katherinebridge.com to learn more.