We get it. You’ve got time. No relationship issues burning up your peace of mind right now.
And still…you want more than what you have. You want more peace, ease, and joy.
Maybe you also want less…less drama, fewer triggers, less pressure, fewer swallowed words…
And maybe you like to do it your way, and that’s all good.
You can dive into success for any of those outcomes, all on your own time, for the price of a book. Load yourself up with the paperback or e-book of Just Be Your S.E.L.F. Your Guide to Improving Any Relationship. Get the original workbook for Do-It-Yourself SASS: Self-Aware Success Strategies, in a timeless throwback to when they were birthed as the 7 Childhood Treasures.
And YES! Just Be Your S.E.L.F. is a workbook! Enjoy more than a dozen Development Do-Over exercises to repattern your life and re-wire your brain with what are now known as the Self-Aware Success Strategies (SASS). This is a paperback you read pen in hand, to re-claim your SASSy birthright of self-awareness and interpersonal success!
“This book is like a gift you give to yourself on behalf of those who love you. It’s a guide on how to look in a mirror and better understand, appreciate, and love the person looking back at you. It’s a bit like a make-your-own-adventure book, where the real adventure is yourself.”
— Dr. Walter Gilliam, Director Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy, Yale University
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"We were guided with such grace and ease into opening doors for ourselves. Carol's approach is soft, warm, authentic, and comfortable. I felt understood at a level that allowed me to be vulnerable enough to grow."
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"Thanks for articulating what I've always instinctively known."
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