Former addict: how spirituality improves self-esteem

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Author Kay Christy aims to teach others how prayer can enhance life in new book

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Prayers are universal in their message of love that bridges religion and spirituality with the human need for peace.

As someone who has been clean for more than 30 years, Kay Christy is familiar with how addiction can erode an individual’s self-esteem. During her recovery process, she witnessed firsthand how important it is for people to develop self-confidence to overcome various obstacles in life.

Helping individuals, especially those recovering from substance abuse, increase their self-esteem is exactly what Christy, a life coach, addresses in her book, “Gifts from Guidance.” In her book, she shares various affirmations and prayers tailored to help others improve their lives.

“Spirituality can sync the heart and mind to help people every day,” Christy said. “Prayers are universal in their message of love that bridges religion and spirituality with the human need for peace.”

Christy is currently working to partner with various women’s substance abuse treatment centers in Oregon and Washington to teach those in recovery how improving their spirituality can aid in the process of becoming clean.

“From my personal experience, I know that positive thought and prayer can be used to live a more fulfilling life,” Christy said. “I want to help individuals see the benefit of implementing spirituality into their daily life.”

For more information, visit http://www.giftsfromguidance.com.

"Gifts from Guidance"
By Kay Christy
ISBN: 978-1-4525-8998-5
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Kay Christy is a life coach who has been in recovery for more than 30 years. She received a bachelor’s degree in business from The Evergreen State College and a master’s degree in behavioral science from City University of Seattle. She resides in Olympia, Wash.

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