It is never too late to discover your true identity,” Barnett writes. “You don’t have to use substitutes that destroy you mentally, physically and psychologically.
EDMONTON, Alberta (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Author Norma Barnett offers readers searching for their true identity an invaluable resource for discovering their real, authentic selves in her nonfiction guide “Sienna in Search of her ‘True Self’” (published by AuthorHouse).
“This book is relevant and timely,” Barnett asserts. “It speaks to and addresses the injustice that has been done to children that are rejected early in life and have experienced many foster homes. All this has resulted in them being unaware of who they really are.”
Based on the experiences Barnett gleaned from her counseling work with individuals struggling to find an identity base, “Sienna in Search of her ‘True Self’” explores family dynamics and theories and aspects of personality development in a thorough discussion of how and why certain individuals become stalled on their path to self-awareness.
Reflection exercises, quizzes and a full glossary of terms all combine in a workbook-style format that encourages self-evaluation and promotes healthy assessment. Barnett warns readers against self-destructive behaviors that often plague those with a skewed sense of self: drinking, drug addiction and sexual promiscuity, to name a few.
“It is never too late to discover your true identity,” Barnett writes. “You don’t have to use substitutes that destroy you mentally, physically and psychologically.”
About the Author
Norma Barnett has a passion for relationship issues and a vested interest in helping people discover their true selves and live their lives more fully through that discovery. She has multiple degrees and is a registered counselor. This is her first book.
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