In a playful response to the book, "He's Just Not That Into You" the authors demonstrate how to stop searching for love from impossible sources and find it within yourself. They tell a tale based on a true story of two traumatized friends attempting to get past the abuses they suffered as children. Mason and Andrada aim to guide the reader using story and tools, through their own breakthrough from tragedy to health, happiness, wellbeing and freedom.
*Includes tools to assist with your own self-discovery
Some behaviors that are addressed in the book:
* I try to control every situation and most people in my life. It's safer that way.
* I don't let people get too close. That way they can't hurt me.
* I don't think I've ever been truly happy.
* I use sex to feel powerful or fulfill my emotional needs.
* I have to be careful about what I share with others about myself so they don't leave me.
* I constantly critique everything I say and do.
Anne and Dominic were both confronted with the truth about a tragedy in each of their lives.
This changed everything.
Would they attempt to avoid the truth or fight for the life each was always meant to live?
Dominic's and Anne's stories converge and take you on their journeys of self-discovery to find freedom from self-destructive patterns.