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The Ultimate Guide To Healing Your Past: Learn to Heal Your Past Through Stories and Exercises is a nonfiction self-help book written by Frank Healy. Healy is a licensed professional counselor, coach and author, who has made a study of memory and how to both heal, and learn, from one’s past memories. He also possesses a Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. From an early age, he realized that he could remember details of every single day, and relate them years later. Healy learned to compartmentalize those memories into folders in his memory. He has a “Fun to Remember” folder, and a “Pain in the Brain” one, and then there’s the “Mixed Bag” of days that had everything in them. He learned how to mine those memories to make positive changes in his life. Even the worst memories can be a source of healing and a catalyst for positive change. He offers suggestions for those who are just too busy to sit down and reflect upon the past, as well as for those who believe the good days of their lives are all in the past. Healy also includes exercises to help readers fully benefit from his suggestions.
The Ultimate Guide To Healing Your Past: Learn to Heal Your Past Through Stories and Exercises offers much for anyone who has memories -- and most of us do to some degree or other. I’ve read other books by this engaging author and wasn’t surprised to discover that he offered practical and easy exercises for harnessing those memories and putting them to good use. I particularly like Healy’s approach to coaching; he freely shares his own experiences as a teaching tool to help his readers visualize their own solutions for dealing with bad memories, and learn to use both the good and bad ones to make their current and future lives better. In this book, his inclusion of contributors’ life stories furthers the impact of those lessons. Their inspiring stories are the finishing touches on a book that delivers what it promises. The Ultimate Guide To Healing Your Past: Learn to Heal Your Past Through Stories and Exercises is most highly recommended.