books: Supporting your growth into your amazing, authentic self.
Grace and Toki
This story is for the child in all of us, about a girl on a journey who cannot remember where she is going or even her own name. She meets a pal of a dog, an irritable hamster and a wise rabbit, plus merry birds who travel with her and teach her about herself and life. By the end of her travels, she realizes the truth about things and comes home to her own divine nature.
100-page novella with 35 color illustrations
A Beautiful Spine
Scoliosis Reversal and Pain Reduction after 50
This story relates my triumphant journey to fix my scoliosis pain through holistic, non-surgical treatment and exercise. Patients are provided a multitude of solutions and encouraged to set up beneficial habits to ensure their greatest success. Contrary to what we may have been told, scoliosis can be improved!
This book is also for parents who want to encourage their kids to start early for their greatest rebound.
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To hear an informative podcast about doing what seems impossible even after age 50, click here for an interview with Greg Patterson of FathersAfter50.com.
The Singing Bird Will Come
Living with Love, Strength, and Joy;
A Book for Incest Survivors
THE SINGING BIRD WILL COME is a helpful, easy-to-read tool that can assist people in healing from abuse. Issues such as claiming our space, honestly telling ourselves and others what we need, letting go of control and becoming appropriately vulnerable, being comfortable with our body, are addressed in a clear and straightforward way. -- Melody Beattie
This companion guide for survivors of childhood sexual trauma focuses on changing one's future through small changes in the present. Each chapter encourages the reader on new behavioral options that are ranked by level of courage.
I found this book very comforting, one I can go back to again and again when I am feeling down and alone. Thanks, Dionne, for helping the singing bird to come. Patricia Erickson, The Banner Project Newsletter