The Attitude Doc Prescribes Emotional Ingredients to Change Your Life

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36% of women between 35 and 54 years old report experiencing some sort of “change your life” challenge. Alexandra-Delis Abrams, Ph.D., The Attitude Doc can make this poignant experience a deeply moving crossroads to greater personal expression and fulfillment.

Sensations of being stuck with the same job, the same routine, and the unconscious suppression of life’s dreams and desires come to the surface in midlife when many people report a burning desire to “change my life.” We may brush over these feelings and go for a quick fix with a new car, a new job, or new relationship. “If we can sit with these uneasy feelings and explore how our beliefs, attitudes, and choices support us, we can find our way past the anxiety and self-generated chaos to our true essence and a life change that can be trusted,” says Alexandra-Delis Abrams, Ph.D., The Attitude Doc.

Mary, whose real identity is protected, came to The Attitude Doc for midlife council. She’d managed a retail store for 12 years and was feeling stuck more than ever and especially uncertain. The dream of owning her own store continued to emerge. Her boss, the owner supported Mary to take actions that would help change her life. Mary even had a business plan. Yet, she continued to stay in “status quo”, the seeming security of her current job.

In working with The Attitude Doc, clarity surfaced with her intentions, false layers of beliefs fell away, and deeper knowing and higher emotional functioning emerged. Mary no longer felt held back and stuck, she became open to actually doing the things that would change her life.

Soon, Mary was informed that the space next door was becoming available. Mary loved the idea and leaped at the opportunity for realizing her dream. She now owns and operates a very successful business, being of service to her community as well as fulfilling her right livelihood.

Mary learned with the apt guidance of The Attitude Doc that uneasy feelings open doors to greater sense of self and positive construction of life. She trusted and took the risk of peering deep inside. What she found was a trusted companion in life and a way to be true to herself.

The Attitude Doc, through consultation, online courses, books, and more can help others in recognizing what is really required to change your life.

For additional information on this news, contact Alexandra Delis-Abrams, Ph.D. or visit http://www.theattitudedoc.com.

About The Attitude Doc

Dr. Delis-Abrams, also known, as “The Attitude Doc”, has a private psychology practice in Sun Valley, Idaho, is founder and president of ABC Feelings, Inc., Executive Director of Prepare a Child for Life, and an award-winning author. She is dedicated to emotional awareness and literacy in children and adults and uses advanced health techniques such as Neuro-physical Reprogramming to achieve life-changing results. You can find out about her latest book, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Choices as well as her other work on http://www.theattitudedoc.com.

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Alexandra Delis-Abrams, Ph.D., The Attitude Doc

800-745-3170

http://www.theattitudedoc.com

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