Stop Talking : Do It

Teaching Your Child, and Yourself to DO, Not Just Talk, Whine, Blame and Complain

by Elizabeth Wiley MA JD Pomo Elder



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/23/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 54
ISBN : 9781698710464
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 54
ISBN : 9781698710457

About the Book

I believe that each of us can be, as Abraham Lincoln, Eleanor Roosevelt as well as others across the centuries and nations have told us, HAPPY. Fulfilled, no matter what. Jesus told us to GO and sin no more. I do not believe he ever meant a list of things to memorize and use to gossip and put other persons down about. I do not believe he meant a long list of things to beat ourselves up to conclude that God made a huge mistake in creating US.

About the Author

Elizabeth Wiley is the lead on a team to help children in foster care, group homes, juvenile probation, and juvenile immigration and refugee camps find peace and healing to grow into their best persons. To find healing from the loneliness, bitterness, anger they have at a reality that left them in their situation. Following standards utilized in previous programs for high risk youth, the teams created work books for each youth to be given. Volunteers, mostly among older youth and from community resources go through the materials to find peace and healing with the horrors that befall our children of the world. These projects are FREE from our website instruction materials…..we raise our own funds for programs we donate, other programs may contact us for how to utilize the materials and where to purchase them for use in your own programs. As little as one workshop book as aa guide and the purchase of lined notebooks and a pen or pencil for reach participant is all it costs for any program to use the materials. JOY JOY JOY is related to an old, old, old song (can be found in many forms online) that helps us heal with simple music and words for children. The author is retired, 72. Disabled at 29 from Toxic Shock Syndrome, told she would die from brain and heart injuries, Liz is a person who lived each additional moment for over forty years as if it were the most important and teaches people to live and enjoy their lives. Surviving TSS, cancer from the TSS, and being injured in several serious vehicle accidents due to drunk drivers, drunks racing, and even an out of control moving van on a freeway, and working in the streets to facilitate community development with gang members and their neighbors, Liz is a horse trainer, and equine therapist, and writer of workbooks for her clients to upgrade their lives to healthy, safe, and happy for themselves, their children and family members. God bless.