I have read the Good Book and the Mouth Trap. I am just really starting and have not yet implemented everything, but I really feel grateful to have finely met my inner child. A few years ago after thinking about my motivation, I had understood I was like a hurt child inside. Now I am happy to be able to fully acknowledge her and work with her. I also loved your technics. They are fun indeed. I hope this path will be the answer. I will update you in a few months. Thank you for all this. H.M.
I told H.M. that she will discover as she goes along that now that she knows her little one; she can be a loving parent to that child within and give her all the things she may have missed in her childhood. We all get a second chance.
In both the GOOD Book: Get Out Of Debt and the Mouth Trap: the butt stops here! I talk about my joyful relationship with my inner child, Nelly. (I met Nelly on July 4, 2002 and she has changed my life in many ways. I lost thirty-five pounds that I’ve never gained back and I got out of debt and have stayed out.)
My latest book, The Joy of Being Disorganized has come full circle for me. After almost 40 years counseling disorganized women, I realized when we work with that part of us that gets us into our messes (how old have you been acting when it comes to housekeeping) by being loving and understanding; we are given the inspiration and motivation to clean up our messes. It’s the book I’d recommend if you really want to get in touch with your inner child and get organized just enough to please YOU.