Trust Your Intuition: 100 Ways to Transform Anxiety and Depression for Stronger Mental Health

Jill Sylvester (Author)
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Description

If you're struggling with anxiety and/or depression, you've likely tried a laundry list of things to feel better. Do your efforts often leave you feeling frustrated, depleted, and stuck? Maybe you've turned to medication, only to discover it makes you feel like you're going through life in a fog. It can feel like a constant battle to deal with your negative emotions. But what if there was a way to feel better...by learning to trust yourself?

There is. And Trust your Intuition: 100 Ways to Transform Anxiety and Depression for Stronger Mental Health will show you how.

Written by licensed mental health counselor and wellness advocate Jill Sylvester, Trust Your Intuition provides 100 simple tips and techniques designed to teach you to harness the power of your intuition, find the hidden meaning in your suffering, transform anxious and depressed feelings and emerge stronger and more powerful than ever. The tips are divided into five sections that will help you:

  • Hold on
  • Take good self-care
  • Believe
  • Trust your intuition, and
  • Feel better

Packed with tools the author has used for over 30 years of self-development that have also proven effective with clients including adults, adolescents and children, Trust Your Intuition will guide you to elevate your life and align with the wisdom that already exists inside of you.

Product Details

Price
$14.95  $13.75
Publisher
Old Tree House Publishing
Publish Date
May 31, 2019
Pages
218
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.46 X 9.0 inches | 0.66 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
ISBN/EAN
9780998977560
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About the Author

Jill Sylvester is a licensed mental health therapist who works with adults and children in private practice. She's based in the suburbs outside Boston, Massachusetts where she lives with her husband Carl, children Kyle and Michelle and an adorable, mischievous bulldog named Jackson.