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"I love this book! Although I've reviewed books before, this is the first one I really enjoyed reviewing, and found myself expanding in process...its message is consistently positive and uplifting, its advice is timely and timeless, and its prescriptions for personal growth are, best of all, simple and doable. This is kitchen table wisdom at its best." ~John C. Robinson, Ph.D, author of Death of a Hero

Meet Rossana

 

Rossana Snee is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She is the mother of two grown sons, and the wife of an elevator mechanic who is the wind beneath her wings. She is an avid reader, whose passions include playing two instruments, painting, languages, and working out.

Do You Want to Be Likable!

Everyone wants to be liked. Most people, anyway. But some people just don't know quite how to go about it. They feel awkward, unsociable; they don't have the skills or knowhow to do what comes naturally to liked people everywhere.

 

I've got some good news, though. Below, I've provided several suggestions you can implement immediately so that people are drawn to you, find you likable, and look at you as an interesting and social individual. Someone they'd like to get to know.

 

Listen, if you already have tons of friends (and I don't mean SM friends); I mean real life friends—people who want to be with you and enjoy your company—fantastic. Read the article anyway! But do share this blog article with people who aren't so fortunate,OK?

 

If you feel awkward, and would like more people in your tribe, then this is the article for you. 

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You Create Your Own Suffering!

Did you know that the root of all your suffering come from internally? It may not seem like it, but it's true.

The suffering comes from the limitations you place on yourself, the stories you've created, and repeat over and over again. 

That narrative creates your reality. But your "reality" isn't necessarily real. It's been created by your mind. It's not what you look at, but instead, what you see. And that depends on what's in your mind: your ideas, perceptions, belief system, etc. Things which have been set in place for you, or you've set them yourself because you believe them to be true!

 
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