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GREAT EXPECTATION: What Do I Expect From Relationship #relationshipadvice #dating #divorce

I once was lost, but now I’m found! “I have ABSOLUTELY NO expectations about life and relationships!” Yeah, right, tell me something that I really can accomplish in this life time!

We all have expectations about relationships. Don’t tell me you think you don’t. We all go past GO directly to our primary desire: I want someone to keep me company; I want a sexual relationship, I want an intimate, monogamous relationship, a want a once a week date; or I want a fling. Pick one! It doesn’t matter which you pick, you still end up with expectations. The trick to life and relationship is to find someone who wants exactly (or nearly) what you want. And how, pray tell, do I make that happen, with a magic wand?

Well, it’s much easier than magic, these days. In the olden days, when I was just a pup, you actually had to meet someone in person and figure out if you had the same idea about relationships. Now, in the present Internet Dating era, all you have to do is type out what you want “once,” and, hopefully, the people reading your profile will be able to understand what you wrote. Trust me, though, comprehension may even be a stretch sometimes. I remember a few instances I have written in an online profile, “I am only interested in someone who is ready for relationship!!!” Exclamation point, exclamation point, exclamation point.

So, the first few responses were: “Do you want to hook up?” “Send me a naked picture!” “How big is your… ?” The last response is the most annoying, especially when you are talking about seriously being interested in love. Who really cares how big it is?

I ingenuously wrote back to all annoying comments, “Can you read?”

Online dating may be one of the few options that actually brings results these days, though, for me, it has brought one- to two-year relationships that have ended either abruptly or without answers. Should I begin to think, as most of my friends, that having a lot of good friends and an occasional sexual partner is about the best that this dating scene gets?

I’m actually visiting a friend with a 23-year-old son who is seriously considering marriage. His ideas about love and romance are so grandiose. When his father and I have been in and out of relationships far too many times to count, the juxtaposition is incredible. I want to tell him that I hope and pray his relationship will be everything he dreams it will be. Maybe it will. But, being on my side of the life-coaching couch, I hear far too many stories of misbegotten dreams and ill-gotten relationships to think that there is any reality in happily ever after.

Yet, I have to tell you, I still dream of meeting that one person who changes all my pessimism to an optimistic believer in love and romance. If you are one of those people who really wants to find love, but has been completely remiss in finding it, cheer up. You are in the company of millions of intelligent and wonderful people who just can’t seem to find the right person.

For women, I wrote a book called: Your Gay Friend’s Guide to Understanding Men, all about finding a straight guy. For anyone, though, finding love is mostly about Finding Authentic You, which is the name of my new book and self guide, meant to help you uncover the most distinct you, unlock all of your negative thinking, and help you replace it with positive, creative thought using many different modalities, including hypnosis, prayer, and psychology. Once you know yourself, then relationship is a fairly easy task.

Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version.

For much more information about finding out about the psychology of the human mind and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

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Finding Authentic You: With 365 Daily Discoveries & 7 Steps to Effective Change

* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.
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How Many People Does It Take to Satisfy You? #relationshipadvice #dating #divorce

Today, with the help of a brave friend, I came to the hard conclusion that relationships are changing, living things. Just like all living things, relationships can get sick, bring pain, and even die. On the other side of life, living things can bring joy, like the newborn baby, a puppy dog snuggling close, or a lover wrapped around you in passion. Relationship can bring all of these, if you are open and vulnerable. But, you can avoid one intimate relationship and end up in multiple relationships trying to satisfy your one lonely heart.

Every human being has many “parts.” A psychiatric therapy exists called “Parts Therapy.” The focus is on identifying the Internal Parts of the human mind. You may have a brave part or an avoidant part. This brave part may comingle with a childish part, and even an addict part. All of these Internal Parts exists together to make up the whole.

Worry not! You are not schizophrenic. That diagnosis is left for those who lose time when one of these parts is acting out. In other words, a schizophrenic person actually believes he or she is that one part for a certain time. When s/he comes back to reality, s/he doesn’t remember slipping into another personality.

So, it can be fairly normal to have various different sides of your personality coming out to play everyday, without having a psychiatric diagnosis. You can have a work side. You can have a family side. You can have a philanderer side. You can have a religious side. You can have a sports loving, party side. But, unless all of these parts are working together to make one happy Internal Family, you will be in psychological trouble trying to manage the family without a leader.

Sometimes in relationship, we try to satisfy more than one part of personality with different people. Who knows, maybe some of us can’t be satisfied with just one person. I hope I can find that one person. But, I know for certain, that without the many different kinds of friends in my life, I would be lacking somewhere in my social life. I have some friends who are there for compassion. I have some who make me think and drive me to my best self. I have some friends who are companions. I have other friends who like to party hard. Very few of these personalities are all wrapped up in one person. So, life is likely to lead us to many people to satisfy the entirety of our personality.

But, when this happens in intimate relationship without the consent of the people involved, you end up with a big mess on your hands. My attitude is to find someone for an intimate partner who satisfies a great deal of my needs mentally and physically. Then, invite friends into my life whom I need to fulfill the rest of my psychological needs. If your partner doesn’t like to party, and you’re a party animal. Then make sure you have the consent of your partner to party one evening a month or a week. If your partner is loving and compassionate and passion-filled, but isn’t as smart as you, don’t divorce him or her. Find a surrogate to fulfill the needs of your intellect.

All of life is about understanding this consistently changing mechanism called relationship. In my new book Finding Authentic You, I help you uncover the most distinct you, unlock all of your negative thinking, and help you replace it with positive, creative thought using many different modalities, including hypnosis, prayer, and psychology. Once you know yourself, then relationship is a fairly easy task.

Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version.

For much more information about finding out about the psychology of the human mind and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

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* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.

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A Series of Blood Moons: Could This Be the Sign in Revelations? #bloodmoon #apocalypse #endtimes

In the book of Revelations 6:12, quoting from the New Living Bible: “I watched as the Lamb broke the sixth seal, and there was a great earthquake. The sun became as dark as black cloth, and the moon became as red as blood.”

On tax day of this year 2014, the moon slipped into the shadow of the earth for two hours causing a haunting red cast to the moon. This is known as a Blood Moon. NASA says that within 18 months, we will have four occurrences of the Blood Moon. This is called a Tetrad. Interestingly enough, every one of these Blood Moon occurrences happens on Jewish holidays.

In the book of “Joel,” 2:31, the prophet says: “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of the Lord.” I looked up the word terrible in the Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament and it can be derived as “to fear as in reverence.” It also can mean “stupendous and admirable.” The translation “terrible” is used twice in the Old Testament for this Hebrew word, and I’m really not sure why. Perhaps, referring to those who have not walked according to the path of God, the sinner, in other words, may consider the Day of Judgment something to fear.

A friend and I were praying this past week, and we got a prophetic word. The entire word was about preparing our souls and bodies for a change in the atmosphere of the earth. The word said specifically:

“Everything that can be moved, will be shaken. This is why so much tumult is happening in your life. You must be ready. I am readying your souls—helping you to grow out of your childlike qualities, and into spiritual adults.”

I try not to judge other beliefs in a time when, really, no one knows what’s going to happen and when. But, if you are being realistic, you have to admit, the world and even your own personal lives are being turned upside down at this time. What could it mean? And why is it happening in this moment when everything and everybody is so closely knitted together, with Iphones and Skype and Internet. We all can reach out to any and every part of the earth for answers. Will one specific answer come to the surface that appeases the masses? I don’t about you, but I’m looking forward to this “Great and Wonderful Day of the Lord.” I hope you will put away your fear and ready yourselves, by finding your true authentic belief.

In my new book Finding Authentic You, I help you uncover the most distinct you, unlock all of your negative thinking, and help you replace it with positive, creative thought using many different modalities, including hypnosis, prayer, and psychology. Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version.
For much more information about finding out about the psychology of the human mind and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

Link to Amazon Page:

Finding Authentic You: With 365 Daily Discoveries & 7 Steps to Effective Change

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* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.
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How Many Dates Does a Relationship Make? #relationshipadvice #dating #relationship

Most of us grew up with the idea that our lives should include a loving, intimate relationship or family to be complete and whole. For some, that simply means friends with benefits. For others that means extended families acting as surrogates for family. But, for most of the world, relationship means families and children and special homes connected to this dream of special love.

For me, I just wanted that one person to love me ‘til death do us part. The home and maybe the children would come later. However, finding that person has been a crapshoot in the dark—without dice. I have given much advice on finding the right person in relationship, but every word of every book about relationship should be rewritten to include this last piece of advice: Everything can be right in a relationship. You can love each other, respect each other, and want to grow together. But if two people are not on the same page (same state and city, place in spiritual growth, politically compatible, and even want to watch some of the same television shows), relationship may not work.

I have felt that absolutely everything was right in a relationship, and the next day someone broke up with me. I have felt in the past that I was being treated with respect and with special romance, when my partner was shacking up with someone else. People lie, cheat, and basically do what they want to keep their own sex lives and egos bolstered. They may even go undercover with special screen names and hunt the unexpected tryst on days you are away on business or completely busy. I had a friend who had a former lover invite scores of men to his home right after he would leave for work every day. This happened for five years before my friend found out about it. To this day, my friend feels as if this was his greatest love. “Love,” I say to him. “How in the hell could you have considered what you and he had as love? He cheated and lied for five years! How is that love?”

Perhaps, my opinion of love and my expectation of love needs to come down to a human level. I thought that the least I could expect of love was monogamy, trust, openness to relating in an intimate way, and respect. But, apparently, after dealing with so many dysfunctional relationships in my Life Coaching Business, I can really depend on relationship to be one thing: a changing organism that may turn into a monster unexpectedly at any moment or may be your securest base for intimacy.

So, let’s get real about your relationship. Are you happy in yours? If you aren’t, then why are you staying? Has it become too comfortable to leave? Are you too afraid that you want too much out of a relationship and will never get what you desire if you venture forth toward another? Are you afraid that it’s too late for new love for you because of age? Do you have less self-esteem than you have desire to change?

All of these answers are viable and reasonable. Except, aren’t we worth more than half of anything? I don’t want to have to give up the most important aspects of what I believe relationship could be. Do you?

In my new book Finding Authentic You I help you uncover the most distinct you, unlock all of your negative thinking, and help you replace it with positive, creative thought. Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version.
For much more information about finding out about the psychology of the human mind and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

Finding Authentic You: With 365 Daily Discoveries & 7 Steps to Effective Change

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* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.

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Depression: The Silent Killer #depression #antidepressants #mentalillness

In the 90’s I had been in a committed, live-in relationship for seven years. I had discovered my partner was cheating, needed to leave him and our home together, wanted to leave him but was too comfortable, and felt paralyzed inside. Finally, I got the nerve to get my own apartment and venture out on my own. In the days that followed, I went to the doctor’s office for a yearly physical. The nurse practitioner asked me a few probing questions: “How are you feeling physically? Have you been through any situation where you have felt hurt or abused by another individual? Have you lost or gained weight without understanding why?”

In answering these questions, I broke down in tears in the office. I was still very saddened by the entire experience of the divorce. In the early 90s, antidepressants weren’t as common as they are now. The practitioner suggested I go on Zoloft and see if I feel better in a couple weeks. I had told him that I had been feeling down for almost two years, which concerned him. This news would concern me, as well, as a Life Coach. So, I did as he told me and took the medication. As the days unfolded, Zoloft made my stomach hurt. So, the practitioner tried another medication, Effexor, which didn’t seem to affect my digestion as much.

In three weeks, almost to the day, I felt as if I had crawled out of a very dark cave I had been living in—not just for two years—but my entire life. I saw trees and birds and nature as if I’d never ever recognized they existed around me 24-7. My entire life had been filled with abusive situations since I was young. Apparently, I moved into the inner recess of my mind to live for the rest of the hours of the day when my complete attention wasn’t needed.

I can remember people saying, “Isn’t that beautiful?” I would look at a flower or nature scene and simply wonder, what is beautiful? And, then, I would retreat back to my mind where everything was fantasy, and I could decide my fate with complete accuracy. I have been thankful to that psychiatric nurse practitioner who diagnosed my depression for my entire life, because I was, indeed, very depressed. I had gone undiagnosed for twenty years. I know for certain that many times in that twenty years I had suicidal ideations. Who knows if I would even be here to write about it, had I not been diagnosed.

Undiagnosed depression can cause many problems in the world. When you look at some of the world’s most terrible disasters, such as a student going on a shooting rampage at school and killing teachers and other students, we are simply looking at undiagnosed psychological disorders. So, who is responsible for these children and adults who can’t see for themselves that they have a problem? I remember discussing with a very good friend the need for him to get on an antidepressant. He was exhibiting all the signs that one sees in a depressed person: sleeping too much, gaining or losing weight, despondency, big highs and big lows, a great deal of illness, and a glazed over look in his eyes. He jumped down my throat and became angry with me. He thought that I was saying he was crazy. After I told him that I took an antidepressant, he still was angry. I explained about the need for serotonin in the brain to feel happy, but I really didn’t understand the dynamics of the brain then, so my explanation fell on deaf ears. Now, I was saying he was not only crazy but sick as well? I’m not sure. But, I don’t believe he ever got on any medication or went to the psychiatrist as I recommended. He stayed on a mental rolling coaster, until I quietly exited his life. This kind of exodus happens a great deal in depressed people’s lives, which only makes the problem worse.

Depression is all around us. We must take action and try to lead depressed people to help. All of the indicators of depression can easily be found on the Internet where anyone can see the contributing factors and even the medications that one can receive to help. We are in an age where these undiagnosed students should be found and helped before they reach the level of crying out for help by shooting people. No reason in the world exists for seven teachers a day to see a despondent child and not find a way to recommend to a parent, or someone in charge, that this student should get checked by a physician.

Helping yourself define your mental stability is all part of Finding Authentic You. Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version.

For much more information about finding out about the psychology of the human mind and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

Link to Amazon

Finding Authentic You: With 365 Daily Discoveries & 7 Steps to Effective Change

* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.

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The Aftermath of Bullying #bullying #selfesteem #beinggayinastraightworld

The Aftermath of Bullying
#bullying #selfesteem #beinggayinastraightworld

On World News, yesterday, a man who obviously had issues with rage and bullying was ordered by a judge to sit by the side of the road with a sign that read: “I AM A BULLY.” His terrible act was maligning a family with 3 disabled children, repeatedly. I sat with a friend while watching the news. My friend’s opinion: The bully should be jailed and the key thrown away. My friend has a close relative who is disabled, and he is a gay man. So, you can imagine that being bullied was a part of anyone’s life who has grown up different.

Personally, I used to get taunted everyday in high school. Sometimes, someone I didn’t even know would just pass me and say, “Faggot!” A couple times I got punched in the stomach and just simply fell over, wiped myself off, and put on a happy face for my next class. Life, being different, can be a challenge for anyone, whether it be sexuality, some kind of physical deformity, or something such as a religious belief that would cause you to have to wear a special head cover. Anything that makes you stand out as a child or young adult, will be fodder for bullying, you can be assured.

I’m thrilled that that the world and legislature and schools are punishing bullying more severely. This sends the message that’s it’s simply “not cool” to be an ass. And also teaches those children who idolize bullies that being in the “in crowd” isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Ultimately, facing who you are and loving yourself is a big chore in today’s world. If you can’t love yourself, I wouldn’t expect to find relationships that are worthwhile, either. All of your relationships—friendships and intimate—are an expression of your self-esteem. So, take a good hard look at yourself. Either change what you don’t like, or make amends in your own heart for how you have bullied yourself, by repeating old, self-deprecating behavior over and over, until you believe these untruths about yourself. Loving yourself is the key to recreating a past filled with bullying.

This kind of change is all part of Finding Authentic You. Listen, I really need your help to buy my new book (below) and share it with friends. No project in this world launches without a community of people who value its importance. This is why I have made it $2.99 for the download version. For much more information about finding and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

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Finding Authentic You: With 365 Daily Discoveries & 7 Steps to Effective Change

* Bo Sebastian is a Hypnotherapist and Life & Health Coach, available for private sessions to QUIT SMOKING, Lose Weight, New Lap-Band Hypnosis for Weight Loss, CHANGE YOUR MIND, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! at 615-400-2334 or http://bosebastian.com/Home_Page.php Please feel free to comment and/or sign up to receive your blog sent to you directly or stream with an RSS Feed. Please spread the word by liking the page or sharing this with your friends.

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Insurance Costs, Premiums, and Managing Healthcare.gov #healthcare #obamacare

Today is April 13, 2014. I began my search for a new insurance policy after my TN Blue Cross small business insurance had been taken off of the table as an option, December 15, 2013. I had had great insurance, in my estimation with my old company. My co-pays were $15 for doctor’s visits and even hospital visits, most of my medication, if it was generic, was under $10. But, the best news was that the entire premium per month was only $136, when all other options were about 4x what that costs. This is pre-healthcare.gov.

My initial diagnosis for Healthcare.gov actually was fairly good, until I actually attained the policy I wanted. I made a couple of tries on the Internet site and a few phone calls to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee to find out which network I needed to be in to have all of my Vanderbilt Doctors. It turned out that the network was “S” and that on a Silver Plan I could get a network S policy, with my tax credit, for only $79 a month. This particular policy had a $500 deductible. Once the deductible was met, I have no out of pocket costs. So, factoring in this $500 per calendar year, because it will inevitably be paid, my out-of-pocket medical costs per month is $120.66. Again, once that deductible is met, I will pay nothing for medicine, for doctor’s visits, or for an entire hospital stay.

So, I’m paying now less per month, even with the deductible than I was paying before, and I have complete coverage with no co-pay, including hospital visits. Pretty damn good stuff.

Now, the downside of the program. Since January, I have had a complaint call into healthcare.gov because the government sent the wrong information to Blue Cross Blue Shield, saying that I wanted a $179 policy. (To be fair, all of my application had to be reassessed after I did my 2014 taxes, because I attained a larger tax credit after that.)

So, I had to pay this extra $100 for two months before Blue Cross got the correct information from healthcare.gove. The 6 people I talked to at healthcare.gov agreed that I should be credited this amount at the responsibility of healthcare.gov, because it the overage was their fault, around $200.

It is April 13, and I have made 6 calls, and have had no sign of a return call yet. Each time, I’m told a representative will call me back within a week, two week, 10 business days. Yet, nothing. I’ve clocked in about six full hours trying to straighten out $200 worth of mess. I could just let it go, because I charge $95 for my time, normally, but now it’s principle I deal with. This is much like the alcohol addict who tried to sue me for my background music being too loud in her hypnosis session for modifying studying behavior. “She had a hangover,” I told the judge, as she denied drinking two bottles of wine a night. Fortunately, I kept records of everything. Eventually, I won the case. I could have folded and given her the money back she paid me. But, sometimes, if you don’t operate on principle, you lose important self-esteem and self-worth. Every moment I spent preparing for that case helped me realize that I was right. Sometimes, we just need to be right!

Folding your hands because of cost and time, when you’re holding a full house is not what your spirit would have you do, in most cases. Yes, I would agree that sometimes, with antagonists, it’s best to fold. But when the lesson isn’t yours, you must play your character with utmost poise until the end of the show.

This is all part of Finding Authentic You. For much more information about finding and being your authentic self, self-love, and self-esteem, check out my new book below. “Finding Authentic You” will answer many of the questions I propose above. The book also has many discoveries about health, both mental and physical, as well as spiritual discoveries to lead you to your highest and best! Thanks for being a part of my tribe and helping me make this book be a Bestseller.

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