Brighton Publishing releases "Just Be...and Peace will follow" from author Jeanne Adams
"From the talented pen of Jeanne Adams comes another inspirational work that nutures the soul,providing innerpeace and allowing us insight into living with integrity, courage, and love."
Synopsis: What would it take to feel like the person you wish you were and that all your activities were genuinely worth doing?
We spend most of life trying to discover what is expected of us in particular situations. These experiences usually are not nurturing or life-giving. And they are probably responsible for much of the stress that overwhelms us, making contentment and personal peace seem out of reach.
There is a way to simplify life—by just living as your best self.
Just Be… and Peace will Follow, is a small inspirational gift book, that offers insight into living with integrity, courage, and love.
The book takes twelve of the most important characteristics needed to become a unique person of integrity—someone who can live on a higher level of moral decision making. With each characteristic, there are several practical suggestions for increasing the readers' ability to grow along the journey to find their best self.
Written with understanding and compassion, the author uses her experience as a professional counselor and therapist to bring clarity to what is genuinely essential to a life of peace. It will give the reader a simplicity and sense of tranquility needed to put life into perspective.
Just Be…and Peace will Follow urges the reader to be present in the now while allowing the release of clutter in the mind.
Jeanne has over 25 years of experience as a licensed counselor, mental health professional, recreation therapist, and as a faculty member at two universities.
She is author of the motivational book, Happiness: Hidden in Plain Sight (A Response from Within), published by Westbow Press and Significent Caring: In service to others, published by Brighton Publishing 2017.
Continual reader demand has spawned Just Be ....and Peace will follow.
Jeanne can be reached on her website: http://www.writingthatnurtures.com?