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The PARDA Process: 5 Steps from Wishful Thinking to Sustained Change by Nancy L. Larson, MLS, Ed.D.

The PARDA Process: 5 Steps from Wishful Thinking to Sustained Change

by Nancy L. Larson, MLS, Ed.D.

248 pages
Willpower is overrated for ongoing change. Instead, solve problems and create better habits using strategies tailored specifically to you. The PARDA Process: 5 Steps from Wishful Thinking to Sustained Change is an easy-to-use blueprint that teaches you how to think and solve problems while still honoring your heart.

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About the Book
Have you given up on trying to make changes in your life that last? Too often we believe the problem is a lack of willpower, but it isnít. More than likely, you havenít been able to figure out strategies that support your efforts to meet goals, heal your emotions, and change stubborn habits.

Learn the PARDA Process: 5 Steps from Wishful Thinking to Sustained Change to discover what works for youónot everyone else. Enable your head and heart to work in tandem as you identify specific steps towards your goals and dreams. Figure out what obstacles might derail you, and how to easily work around them.

When your emotions threaten to overwhelm you, the PARDA Process will show you how to step back and disengage from painful situations, including events that happened years ago. Heal hurts and let them go so you can move on in your life instead of being stuck.

Along with gently correcting stubborn habits, learn to savor your life, and focus on what is going right. Engage your senses and appreciate what you already have in the moment.

 

 

About the Author
Nancy L. Larson, MLS, Ed.D. Nancy currently works as a reference librarian and has always been fascinated by words. She has seen firsthand how they can both harm and heal, usually in unexpected ways. In addition to being a librarian, she has worked as an office temp, university instructor, vocational rehabilitation counselor, therapist and business researcher. All these experiences primed her to be a problem solver. Read her blog at wordscreatechange.com

 

 

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