Embracing Life will help you become the best version of yourself.
Emeka Anyiam, a licensed marriage and family therapist, focuses on the stages of life as defined by famous ego psychologist Erik Erickson, elaborating on his work by incorporating contemporary issues.
The author observes that we tend not to embrace uncomfortable feelings or actions. Instead, we may attempt to suppress those thoughts, feelings, actions, or circumstances that do not fit the image we want to project.
While it is easy for us to embrace comforting thoughts, feelings, and specific actions, it is imperative to we also embrace those discomforting thoughts, feelings, and specific actions and those sad circumstances as well. The more you embrace who you are, the more empowered you will be.
Join the author as he explores the value of recognizing the whole of who you are—the good and the bad—and how to live the life you were meant to live.