Ready to discover another great book for this 2021? Take a look…
Learning How To Leave by Michael Padraig Acton
About The Book
This popular book is dedicated to freeing those stuck within toxic relationships.Compassionately grounded in science and embedded in the author’s 25 years plus of clinical experience, this is nevertheless an easy and powerful read.
I don’t usually read non-fiction, I prefer something a little bit far from reality to disconnect and keep my mind “safe” from the reality check, with the problems and deceptions. But this book intrigued me, a book to help me “see” the toxic and difficult relations and leave them; easy said that done!
But this book is a guide, a way to show us how to “leave”, see and identify the narcissistic and toxic relations; with real situations and little clues to identify them it will make our life easy and to sleep at night. Because when we are in this type of relation it drains us; feeling insecure, unable to sleep at night and doubting anything we say or do. How many times have you felt this way in the presence of a friend, family or work colleague? It’s time to take a step further and leave, that’s the mission of this book, to give the strength and courage to say enough, you are not good for me and I am leaving you.
With interesting stories, reads, quotes, this book will help you, but only if you are ready to take the next step, this is not a miracle, the difficult step will be yours, but remember that you are not alone.
This is an amazing book that highlights the “Power Of You”, ready?
About The Author
Michael Padraig Acton is a consultant, psychological therapist, counsellor, clinical supervisor, legal consultant, systemic life coach, trained scientist practitioner and author with over 30 years of clinical experience. Working in the UK and US, originally from England and Ireland, Michael specialises in helping couples, families and individuals. He has extensive training in approaches including applied clinical and counselling psychology, CBT, psychoanalysis and psychodynamic, Jungian, Gestalt, systemic and transactional analysis, as well as holistic forms of therapeutic alliance such as mindfulness.