Book conversations: Gail Brenner, Suffering is Optional
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Suffering is Optional
We're looking at themes from Gail's new book, Suffering is Optional: A spiritual guide to freedom from self-judgment & feelings of inadequacy. The book is a combination of direct path invitation into freedom and detailed inquiry into the conditioned thought and emotions that obscure it. A non-dual self-help book -- if such a thing is possible -- with practical exercises, yet always pointing to our inherent wholeness and freedom.
Gail Brenner, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who joyfully helps people discover that suffering is optional—and a lover of truth with a fire that burns brightly. She is the author of The End of Self-Help: Discovering Peace and Happiness Right at the Heart of Your Messy, Scary, Brilliant Life. Gail has worked with clients and groups for over 20 years, bringing laser-like clarity to the confusion of common human problems, such as reactive emotions, feelings of personal inadequacy, and relationship struggles. She offers the loving presence that invites people into harmony with all of life. To learn more, please visit GailBrenner.com where you'll find hundreds of articles, guided audio meditations, and videos.