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Ready : how to know when to go and when to stay

Richo, David 1940- (author.).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Homer Library.

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  • ISBN: 1611809495
  • ISBN: 9781611809497
  • Physical Description: viii, 170 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
    print
  • Publisher: Boulder : Shambhala, [2022]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: What makes it so difficult to go -- What helps us move on -- When we feel we just can't stay -- Working on what can work -- The mystery of timing -- What's next? -- Appendix: Past perfect, present tense: a humorous tale.
Summary, etc.: "Do we stay in what we know? Or is it the right time to leave and make a change? In more than 50 years as a psychotherapist David Richo has been asked versions of this question more than any other, coaching countless people of all ages through agonizing decisions related to their partnerships, their career, their home, their faith. In Ready, he shares the deep wisdom we need to make these decisions-and feel confident in following through. The book looks at the mystery of timing, why we stay too long, why we leave too soon, and what it feels like when the timing is right. Richo shows that readiness is about more than just making a choice. Being ready means we understand ourselves deeply-we are prepared to take action (and staying is an action!), and we are equipped with what it takes to follow through. Filled with relatable stories and helpful practices, including meditation, self-inquiry, journaling, and affirmations, Ready helps us understand our own perfect timing to stay or to go"--
Subject: Time Psychological aspects
Decision making
Change (Psychology)
Genre: Self-help publications.