Shift: 12 Keys to Shift Your Life

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AuthorHouse, 2008 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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Edison Reid is an angry teenager struggling to find his identity in a world full of false pretenses and mixed messages.  He is not popular, nor is he particularly interested in the typical activities of his high school classmates: football, cheerleading, or planning for college.  All he really wants is to graduate and get on with his life.  Yet, he is tormented by his peers as society bombards him with messages of anger and hate.  Eventually, he succumbs to his emotions and takes matters into his own hands by stealing his father's gun and unleashing his frustrations. 


Raw and uncensored at times, My Sweet Butterfly is a statement about the struggles American youth face on a daily basis, and it serves as a timely plea for personal accountability and compassion. 


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Key 1 The Obstacle of Feeling Unloved
Key 2 The Obstacle of Guilt and Shame
Key 3 The Obstacle of Abandonment
Key 4 The Obstacle of Anger and Resentment
The Obstacle of How We Define Our Self
Key 6 The Obstacle of Lack of SelfLove
Key 7 The Obstacle of Inadequacy and Powerlessness
The Obstacle of the Unknown
The Obstacle of Stress
The Obstacle of Habit Create Yourself and Your Life Anew Every Day
The Obstacle of SelfDiscipline Stay Connected Every Day
Beyond the Keys

Key 8 The Obstacle of Heartache

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Dr. Latz received her Medical Doctorate at Wake Forest University, Master of Science at Georgetown University, and her Doctorate in Holistic Healing and Metaphysics as Delphi University. She is an associate clinical professor of Psychiatry at Wake Forest University Medical Center. She is also a Reiki Master, EFT practitioner, and certified in Mind-Body Medicine through NICABM, Color and Sound Therapy, and Holistic Healing. Dr. Latz is Board-Certified and has a thriving private practice in Integrative Psychiatry in Mooresville, North Carolina.

Dr. Ross holds a doctorate in Holistic Healing, Metaphysics, and Transpersonal Psychology from Delphi University. She received her BA with honors from the University of Denver and completed the Master of Science program in International Relations at the London School of Economics. She is also a certified Reiki Master, EFT practitioner, and a Color and Sound Healer. Dr. Ross holds a Mind-Body Medicine Certification from NICABM. She has successful private practices in Paris, France and New York City.

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