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Losing Control Finding Serenity : How the Need to Control Hurts Us and How to Let It Go

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Losing Control Finding Serenity : How the Need to Control Hurts Us and How to Let It Go

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What Would Your Life Be Like If You Simply Let Go of Control? Do you criticize your spouse, nag your children, or hover over coworkers in an attempt to control them or prevent them from making mistakes? What if you let events unfold without resisting? Accepted people for who they are instead of trying to change them? Stopped pressuring your coworkers? Stopped telling your family what's best for them? When you let go of control, your blinders come off and you can engage in life‰_s currents in an intuitive manner. The rewards are unexpected and often exciting. Conflicts diminish. Family bonds strengthen. Intimate relations become more intimate. Creative horizons expand. Work becomes more rewarding.Losing Control, Finding Serenity provides practical strategies and decontrol tools to help you - Reduce the control triggers of fear, anger, and resentment - Make work less stressful and more profitable - Find lasting love and intimacy - Reduce the struggle with your children - Overcome procrastination and achieve your creative potential When you begin to accept life as it is, you will learn that losing control brings contentment to you‰ÛÒ-and those around you.Find out how losing control really means gaining control.