Uncomplicating Life - Simply. ISBN 978 0 9775799 3 8
By Anne Evans-Murray -
Foreword by Kaye Leammle
Anne Evans-Murray is a woman of great passion as this book will attest to. In all the years I have known Anne I have seen her work very hard to make sure she finds the right information to match her interests and then research extensively when those interests become her passions. Anne’s journey has been striking to observe for me personally and through this book, Anne allows the reader the opportunity to benefit from her experiences as well. The reader may learn a great many skills that can easily be implemented into daily life. The information offered has been well researched and presented in a straightforward comfortable and interesting format. I hope you, the reader, will apply the information to your own life and use the strategies
Anne has provided in this life changing book.
Thank you Anne, you are a treasure.
Gold Coast, Australia
Anne addresses the widespread bullying problem that is prevalent in institutions such as health care. Bullying costs both Australian and New Zealand industry and governments millions of dollars a year and the impact on an individual’s life is traumatic. Bullying is a silent killer; if not addressed it leads to anxiety, self-doubt, depression, post-traumatic stress syndrome and even suicide.
We live in a world where anxiety is common and depression rates are rising at an alarming rate. Relationship problems and divorce rates continue to rise. Families are facing challenges and difficulties which are leading to breakdown in relationships.
Over the past ten years Anne Evans-Murray has conducted seminars on communication styles and bullying and has spent hundreds of hours listening to people’s stories in her counselling practice. Often common threads appear that show patterns of thinking which lead to destructive behaviour and sad consequences. Some of the situations have been due to the abuse and thoughtlessness of others; however other circumstances are due to the person’s own unhealthy patterns of thinking which create many of life’s problems. Some people have difficulties in the same area time and time again.
The principles in this book are written in simple language which makes it easy to read and apply. You will learn how to recognise patterns that were formed from your past history and how to not repeat them.
This book will examine the effects during your childhood of the influence of your parents and significant others. However it is not intended to encourage you to blame others. Sometimes life is not fair, tragedies and sorrows occur. You will learn how you can still maintain control over experiences that seem so distressing and out of control. Being mentally healthy is about recognising destructive patterns and making changes that reduces anxiety, and leads to a happier life. It’s about taking responsibility for your life and not waiting for someone else to do it for you.
The more you understand yourself the easier it is to change any destructive patterns and improve your life. Some actions and behaviours lead you to happiness and success in life, while others will take you down the path of pain, stress and increased difficulties.
The only person you can change is yourself.
The New Zealand price is $35.00 (plus postage)
Other books by Anne Evans-Murray:
"Interpretation of Chest X-rays - Simply"