Featured Book by TIPS Member Ira Israel

Featured Book by TIPS Member Ira Israel

Few of us are immune to the ideas we assimilated as children. We learned how to get approval or disapproval by creating “false selves” or facades that would fit in and succeed with the “right” jobs, relationships, material possessions, etc. Even if we rebelled against conformity, they still affected who we are today. As adults we sometimes feel anxious or depressed because we are loved for our hip and cool glitzy exteriors and accomplishments and not our “authentic” selves. In Ira Israel’s book, Israel teaches you how to recognize the ways your mind worked (consciously and subconsciously) to get your emotional and psychological needs met as a child; then Israel provides a step-by-step path to hack your mind’s maladaptive patterns by accepting everything that made you who you are today, finding your true calling, and giving you new tools to create the authentic loving relationships that your heart truly craves.

How to Survive Your Childhood Now That You’re an Adult: A Path to Authenticity and Awakening is now available for preorder and will be available wherever books are sold November 13, 2017. From it you will learn practical tools to help you release the traumas of the past and cultivate the skills and practices that will keep you at the higher end of your happiness spectrum.

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About The Author: Ira Israel is the author of the New World Library book “How To Survive Your Childhood Now That You’re and Adult: A Path to Authenticity and Awakening” and creator of the best-selling “A Beginner’s Guide to Happiness,” “A Beginner’s Guide to Mindfulness Meditation,” “Mindfulness for Anxiety,” and “Mindfulness for Depression” video series. Ira is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Mindful Relationship Coach. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and has graduate degrees in Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. For more information please visit www.IraIsrael.com