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Embracing Life : Surviving the Struggle by Learning to Embrace the Experience
by Emeka Anyiam




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em-brace /əmˈbrās/verb"To accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically."Embracement is a word in which we willingly participate when it suits us or when such changes appear to move us in a favorable direction. However, embracement is commonly rejected when things are not shifting in a way we deem suitable or desirable for where we are in life. This can come in the form of self-sabotage when one chooses to shun rather than embrace negative thoughts, feelings, or circumstances (even though such an inclination is typical human nature).Remember the old adage, "Attack the problem, not the person"? We all too often do this by not acknowledging, accepting, or embracing the situation as just that - a situation, not an extension or representation of our own identity. Because we feel cheated or blind-sided by these changes, we believe we have fallen victim and thus lash out at others or ourselves.Why do we do this? As humans, it is difficult to just accept or embrace uncomfortable change as part of our journey. And it is in this inability to accept that we fail ourselves and our loved ones. We must be able to recognize the whole of who we are. That includes our good qualities, our bad qualities, and the situations and events that help mold our lives (whether for the good or the bad).In this book, I will teach you how to understand and accept that we are NOT comprised of the series of events that happen TO us, but the way we respond to those events. This is what builds character and establishes who we are (fundamentally) as people.It is not enough just to accept the things that happen to us. When we do, we become passive participants in our own lives. Instead, this book will teach you how to embrace the good, the bad, and the ugly. You will learn not to beat yourself up because situational factors are rarely able to be changed or fixed. What you DO have control over is your response to them and how you will allow adverse life experiences to mold you into a smarter, more patient, more kind, and more tough individual. You will learn to embrace all that life throws at you with elegance and understanding, and in doing so, you'll be able to sequester what life events are just that - unfortunate periods of time - and what events you can embrace to mold you into the person you were destined to become.

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em-brace /əmˈbrās/verb"To accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically."Embracement is a word in which we willingly participate when it suits us or when such changes appear to move us in a favorable direction. However, embracement is commonly rejected when things are not shifting in a way we deem suitable or desirable for where we are in life. This can come in the form of self-sabotage when one chooses to shun rather than embrace negative thoughts, feelings, or circumstances (even though such an inclination is typical human nature).Remember the old adage, "Attack the problem, not the person"? We all too often do this by not acknowledging, accepting, or embracing the situation as just that - a situation, not an extension or representation of our own identity. Because we feel cheated or blind-sided by these changes, we believe we have fallen victim and thus lash out at others or ourselves.Why do we do this? As humans, it is difficult to just accept or embrace uncomfortable change as part of our journey. And it is in this inability to accept that we fail ourselves and our loved ones. We must be able to recognize the whole of who we are. That includes our good qualities, our bad qualities, and the situations and events that help mold our lives (whether for the good or the bad).In this book, I will teach you how to understand and accept that we are NOT comprised of the series of events that happen TO us, but the way we respond to those events. This is what builds character and establishes who we are (fundamentally) as people.It is not enough just to accept the things that happen to us. When we do, we become passive participants in our own lives. Instead, this book will teach you how to embrace the good, the bad, and the ugly. You will learn not to beat yourself up because situational factors are rarely able to be changed or fixed. What you DO have control over is your response to them and how you will allow adverse life experiences to mold you into a smarter, more patient, more kind, and more tough individual. You will learn to embrace all that life throws at you with elegance and understanding, and in doing so, you'll be able to sequester what life events are just that - unfortunate periods of time - and what events you can embrace to mold you into the person you were destined to become.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781097625123
  • ISBN-10: 1097625125
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: May 2019
  • Page Count: 158
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.34 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.48 pounds


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