Karen Sherman on Motivational Minds Radio

On October 26th, 2009 Justin Sachs of Motivational Minds Radio interviewed Karen H. Sherman, PhD about her new book Mindfulness and the Art of Choice: Transform Your Life from Loving Healing Press. Each person is entitled to have “the good life.” Most don’t experience this because of getting caught up in reacting, continually recycling old patterns that keep you stuck and emotionally frozen. By practicing the simple tools in Mindfulness and the Art of Choice, you’ll learn how to live mindfully and create the great life you want. The Art of Choice Will Make a Difference

  • Understand why you have not been able to achieve the life you desire
  • Become aware of the signals that indicate you are responding in an old “knee-jerk” reactive patterns
  • Notice and turn off old negative thought patterns
  • Learn ways to heal old leftover emotional wounds
  • Deal with specific everyday issues that get in the way of a satisfying, joyous life
  • Karen Sherman, Ph.D., has been in private practice for over 20 years. Her first book, “Marriage Magic! Find It, Keep It, and Make It Last” was originally published in 2004 with co-author Dale Klein. She is also a contributing author to “101 Ways to Self-Improvement, Vol. 2,” a featured writer on “Yahoo Personals,” has a weekly blog on ThirdAge.com, and writes the Disputes column for Hitchedmag.com. She is interviewed regularly in the media, and is a frequent guest on both national and international talk radio stations. Dr. Sherman conducts a variety of workshops on relationships and lifestyle issues. She serves on the faculty at CW Post University and she is active in many counseling associations. Karen resides on Long Island, New York, is married and has two daughters. In her spare time, Karen enjoys reading, traveling, and playing Suduko.
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