Newsletter Vol. # 51 That's how I see it!

Here is what a reader expressed in comparing the summer Mid-Week newsletter and the That's how I see it! newsletter:

"I much prefer your new Mid-Week concept to your other blog. The Mid-Week is focused on your experience and knowledge, the other blog seems to be random thoughts with no cohesion, or connection to your message.
That's just the way I see it!!!"

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Newsletter Vol. # 50 That's how I see it!

Hello and welcome to the 50th edition (2016) of That's how I see it!
We have had a great summer-lots of golf, summer theatre, grandkids over for weekends, the highlight was when we celebrated our 50th anniversary (people came from all over to celebrate with us), it was a glorious 3 days.

People have all gone home, the leaves are falling in abundance, it's dark by 7 pm, and there is a tension to finish all the "summer jobs" around the house. Fall is here-lets enjoy it before...

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Midweek #9

I realize I have been, over the last eight weeks, emphasizing my first book, I can have fun on a school night and that it became known after six re-prints as Finding Balance... that sold over 10,000 copies. I included a concept from that book in all previous eight Midweek newsletters. I hope by now that most of you have a copy, have enjoyed it, found something that spoke to you and was helpful, and that you have recommended it to others--there is still a slow trickle of sales through McNally Robinson and online.

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Midweek #8

Still a few copies left for reviewing!

If you would like a copy of my second book, Communication and Relationships ($19.95) for free - to review, please call me or email me. I am afraid that you will be on the hook for the postage ($6) if I have to mail it to you.

Dan rosin, 178 Elm St. Wpg. R3M 3P2
Pick up is free! We can make arrangements
Telephone 299-9399 or email me at danrosin@drcounselling.com

 

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Midweek #7

Finding Balance...

For more than four decades I have worked with clients to help them solve there 'living' issues and to encourage them to take better care of themselves. Time in therapy has often been reduced by an on-target concept, such as those that fill the pages of this book-Finding Balance....

These concepts help 'cut to the chase' and invite understanding and insight with a minimum of verbiage.

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