Sunday, 16 June 2013

ERASE Negativity & Embrace The Magic Within by Sally Marks & Jacqueline Howard - REVIEW & GIVEAWAY (CLOSED)

WIN  

ERASE Negativity 
And Embrace 
The Magic Within
(autographed copy)

A practical guide on how to reduce negativity and embrace happiness. 

Author: Sally Marks & Jacqueline Howard

Published: 2010

Genre: Self-Help

Pages: 150

Purchase from  Amazon UK & Amazon.Com
or other suppliers listed HERE


Book Website: EraseNegativity.com

'ERASE Negativity' is not your usual self-help book. Many self-help books prime you for positivity from the outset, filling you with ideas on how to be positive, but as anyone knows, being positive is not always that easy. When someone is depressed and really struggling through some life difficulty, it is difficult to believe the hype of some self-help books. For me personally 'ERASE Negativity' bridges that gap where other self-help books are left lagging behind. As someone who has had depression in my life and has had severe anxiety, I want to know that people like me have been able to overcome great difficulty. If someone with an extremely abundant and happy life is preaching at me to be positive when I may be racked with grief, or in a painful addictive cycle, preaching is not going to cut it.

What these authors bring together is a book with heart. Separated into 11 great chapters, the book takes you through real life experiences of often heart-wrenching difficulty and how real people come through the darkness and back into the light.

While I found that some of the exercises are those I have gone through before myself, the exercises are very valid for someone that really does not know how to change how they think or how to respond to life differently.

What To Expect

Chapters involving those who have been in deep drug addiction, to people who have been shown how to have a more positive outlook on life, to those fellow self-saboteurs (like me) who have talents that they are hiding, this book is an inspiration.

I was so inspired by one of the stories that it jump-started me to pursue some writing I had been considering for a while. So thank you Sally and Jacqueline.

Each chapter takes you through someone else's life journey, what difficulties they experienced and the changes that took place. And each chapter ends with exercises that can begin the process towards a healthier and more positive outlook on life.

Embracing the magic encourages you to find that deep source of magic within that we all have access to, only some of us may have forgotten it along the way.

A really lovely reminder and a great encouragement for anyone struggling on their own personal life journey.

Who Would Benefit From This Book?


Anyone struggling with depression, anxiety, or finding life a challenge.



Anyone looking for inspiration to pursue their own life passions, and who may feel a little stuck along the way.



Anyone who wants to support another by purchasing it as a gift for someone that needs a little emotional support and likes to read.



My Overview:

Really easy to read chapters, incredibly inspiring stories, this book walks its talk by showing real life people overcoming great difficulty, and people who have been shown a different way. 


I would like to give a big 
THANK YOU to Sally Marks 
for sponsoring this give-away and 
providing me with a copy to review.


You can also follow Sally Marks at her blog www.erasenegativity.blogspot.co.uk


To enter the give-away, follow the instructions below and Punchtab 
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The competition is open worldwide.

ENDS Midnight 30th June




Post Disclaimer: I received 'ERASE Negativity And Embrace The Magic Within' from Sally Marks. 
All opinions are my own. 

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*Comments Answering Question to* 
"What do you find most challenging to keep a positive attitude about?"


34 comments:

  1. Karen Richards16 June 2013 at 16:54

    If something goes wrong at the start of the day I think I am going to have a bad day

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  2. Hi Karen, that totally happens to me too, I try to take deep breaths.

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  3. Having awful neighbours who are causing us major problems

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  4. Work- but I am making changes for the better.

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  5. I find it hardest to have positivity regarding what I am capable of achieving.

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  6. I find it hardest to make changes, even if I need too.

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  7. Christy Beckett16 June 2013 at 20:57

    I find it hard to keep motivated, stopping smoking, losing weight and getting fit x

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  8. If I find it hard to stay positive about being a single mum when everyone seems to think your the devil incarnate and your child is destined for a life of drugs and crime. It's a hard job to do at the best of times

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  9. Hazel Christopher16 June 2013 at 23:20

    I find it hard to keep a positive attitude about most things, there is so much pain and cruelty in the world it's just depressing.

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  10. Life in general

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  11. I find it hardest to keep a positive attitude when confronted with my weaknesses.

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  12. my grown up children who don't stay in touch

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  13. Laurie Pittman17 June 2013 at 13:54

    I find it harder to keep a positive attitude about some ppl who have a bad and negative attitude themselves and treat me like dirt , this is spose to be family , and they say family is thicker then water... not true!

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  14. as there is so many negative people around me!

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  15. I find it hard not to let someone else's negativity bring me down into their negative world.

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  16. Myself, my worth and the possibility of escaping the darkness.

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  17. Rishona Taylor18 June 2013 at 19:50

    relationships and trust is the most difficult thing to keep positive about for me !

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  18. ELIZABETH SMITH18 June 2013 at 20:35

    Being unemployed

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  19. My mother and (all of) her issues.

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  20. I find it hard to always stay positive about my poor health, although I always try to keep smiling and be grateful for everything I do have! :)

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  21. Finances and single parenthood

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  22. Kristy Leanne Brown29 June 2013 at 22:32

    My self esteem!! The joys of PTSD!

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  23. Why my friends treat me the way they do

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  24. Louise Middleton30 June 2013 at 11:13

    My Brother has shut me out of his life over a 5 minute tiff, and will not forgive me. He bullies my parents a lot and I have to remain positive when I hear the latest on what He's done :(

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  25. Rosalind Blight30 June 2013 at 13:22

    finances, family and housework

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  26. my familys ill health. it's hard to see a light at the end of a tunnel x

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  27. when people put me down

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  28. friendships and my life in general.

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  29. Juggling work, family and housework, it's never ending

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  30. Job, family, finances and the general emotional roller-coaster i find myself on

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Thanks!

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