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We are Monika and Marcin Gajda, psychotherapists and authors of print and audio books, released in Poland, which became best-sellers with notable publishing success.In this book, Personal development: How to Cooperate with Grace?, we draw on our knowledge and years of experience in psychotherapeutic practice at the crossroads of psychology and spirituality. Our book is unique in its practical approach. It gives the reader very specific suggestions for doing their own personal work, helping them in the process of leaving their parents, and understanding their inner selves. It is written in a smooth and engaging style, using accessible language, and containing many real-life and practical examples. Our book is fitting for anyone who intentionally desires interior growth in harmony with Christian values. It is a universal self-help book that was met with a warm reception in Poland and is also being published and released in Europe. We believe it has the potential to become a best-seller in the US as well.In this book, we address the following questions:• What is self-esteem? Is the term “low self-esteem” appropriate? In our opinion – it’s not. In our book, you can find out why.• How do I achieve happiness? What is love? We try to give answers to these often pondered questions, perhaps the most important questions in our lives.• The FALSE SELF – what is it and how do I recognize it? Most importantly – how do I depose it? How do I work on myself? How do I develop, intentionally?• How do I deal with emotional wounds from childhood? Is it possible for someone who moved out of the family home a long time ago to still be stuck there emotionally? We describe potential traps you may fall into without noticing.• Do psychology and theology always agree? How do I start cooperating with Grace? Does prayer have something in common with therapy?About the authors:Monika – Degrees in Education and Developmental Appropriateness, dance therapist, psychotherapistMarcin – General Practice Physician, theologian (Catholic Deacon), psychotherapistMarried since 1991, parents of four children.

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