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Certified life coach and author Jessica Ly guides readers through a more genuine life in new book

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My story was one of trying to please and conform in all aspects of my life—from family, to peers, to romantic partners, to work colleagues.

After years of suppressing her true self in order to seek love and approval, Jessica Ly decided enough was enough.

“My story was one of trying to please and conform in all aspects of my life—from family, to peers, to romantic partners, to work colleagues,” Ly said. “Because I experienced the pain of never feeling ‘good enough,’ I lacked the courage to speak the voice of me.”

That lack of confidence initially resulted in pain, disappointment and frustration, but as Ly worked through those issues, she discovered an integral part of her authentic self was her ability to help others through similar situations.

Ly became a certified life coach to help others find their own authentic selves, and she hopes that influence will spread even further with the release of her new book, “The ABCs of Authentic Me: A Collection of Simple Truths to Change Your Life.”

Ly wrote “The ABCs of Authentic Me” to help readers live consciously and openly in all aspects of their lives. Using quick chapters filled with practical applications, the author helps readers discover not only what an authentic life means to them, but also how they can integrate physiological, spiritual and mental awareness to help them fulfill that life.

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The ABCs of Authentic Me
By Jessica Ly
ISBN: 978-1504906906
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores.

About the author
Jessica Ly graduated from the University of Southern California with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. As a wellness expert, trained doula and certified life coach, she helps others create genuine lives. Ly is passionate about her work with Common Ground Spiritual Wellness Center and on the military base at Camp Pendleton. She has taken her own personal journey to meditate with Buddhist monks in the Himalayas and loves travelling to enrich her own connection to communities around the world.

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