New healing guide by Connie Robichaud combats the stigma of mental illness by sharing easy tips for wellness

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Keeping it simple when it comes to mental health

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For readers who struggle with mental, emotional, and spiritual issues, “Keep It Simple, Spirit” shows them that healing begins on the inside.

Author Connie Robichaud is fighting hard to combat the stigma of mental illness, while positively affecting issues like relationships, weight, bullying and self-confidence.

Her new book “Keep It Simple, Spirit,” helps readers achieve greater inner peace by sharing practical methods for coping with emotions such as grief, fear and anger. This self-help guide can assist readers all over the world with their own mental health and wellness.

“Even though there is more awareness around mental illness, the stigma around the mental condition is still very real,” Robichaud said. “In larger cities, there are facilities to deal with the mental illnesses, where as in rural communities such as my hometown, I find that people take care of their own. Some people might not perceive the need for outside help, while others may be deterred by distance or long wait times.”

Her book uses her own experiences to encourage others to stretch themselves beyond their limits and society’s pre-conceived notions of what people are supposed to be in order to become who they want to be.

“I admit that it took great courage to move beyond my comfort zone, and I couldn’t have done it without Divine intervention and guidance,” Robichaud said.

For readers who struggle with mental, emotional, and spiritual issues, “Keep It Simple, Spirit” shows them that healing begins on the inside.

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Keep It Simple, Spirit
By Connie Robichaud
ISBN: 978-1-4817-6062-1
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press.

About the author:
Connie Robichaud is a spiritual psychotherapist, spiritual mentor, hypnotherapist, intuitive clairvoyant and clairsentient with over 20 years in administration, hospitals, home care, wellness and nutrition. Her passion and mission in life is teaching mental wellness coping skills. She conducts seminars on healing your inner spirit, joyful living, and goal-setting. She has a private practice in Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada, and is a member of the Canadian Examining Board of Health Practitioners Inc.

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