Are You More Of A Morning Person Or An Evening Person

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This booklet is designed to help you decide when during the day or evening you are at your best intellectually, physically, and emotionally More
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Words: 2,480
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982864364
About Annette Oaks Pierce

Annette Oaks Pierce has spent 30 years as a Family Consultant, working with troubled children, at-risk families, and individuals under severe stress from loss of loved ones, divorce, illness, or other major life-changing events.

Her background is in Education, and she began her consulting career working with emotionally troubled children, autistic children, and those listed as hyperactive, ADD or ADHD. She developed the RYES-6™ Program as a result of her work with these children to assist them in developing solid emotional structures.

It soon became apparent that the principles of the RYES-6™ Program were as valuable to adults in trauma as it was to children. So she began doing Family Consulting for adults as well as children, using her revolutionary new program. Using the principles of her RYES-6™ Program, she has presented seminars, done retreats, and taught classes in personal growth and understanding of self and others for individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout the Northwestern United States. In the past she has offered on-line classes based on her RYES-6™ Program. Her materials are now available on-line in e-book format.

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Review by: tony parsons on Feb. 08, 2014 :
Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone in the whole wide world could figure out & take heed to the 54?’s the author ponders to the reader of this short story (report). This would make a great PP presentation.
I am no retired, I was in the same line of work also.
Very interesting subject matter. Easy to read & follow, never a dull moment. An easy 5 star rating for this short story (book).
Thank you for the free short story (book)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)

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