It's time to take back your life—one step at a time. Many individuals face setbacks and life-altering obstacles. This self-help workbook allows readers to reclaim their lives from dysfunction and pain.
It's no surprise that inmates face these turmoils and challenges in the extreme. Prisoner No More helps readers find solutions to their anger management, depression, and anxiety through spiritual, financial, and relational discovery.
Dante Kun's 15 years of experience teaching anger management, conflict resolution, and pre-release classes at Pelican Bay State Prison and his current position as Clinical Supervisor of a drug treatment facility allow him a unique perspective into the struggles many people face—especially those who are down on their luck. Focusing on the exercises presented in the workbook allows readers to delve into the solutions that will help them grow. This guide is for anyone who is willing to do the work to create change in his or her life. Get ready to journey within the world of you—and learn who you're meant to be.
Dante B. Kun is a Clinical Supervisor at a treatment center. By day a mundane counselor, but at night in the dreamworld he fights mutants and saves the planet. While he loves nature, he fully realizes that the beautiful sounds of nature are creatures hunting each other or trying to have sex.
Your true happiness will be found within something that you can lose yourself in while doing it. This pastime will only be found by you and only with your good effort. It may be as simple as a cup of coffee while surfing the web. A friend of mine at work loves paragliding. The spectrum of happiness producing pursuits is a wide one. You are not limited in scope at all. You may find several bliss inducing pastimes or one all-encompassing one, (surfing for example.) It is all up to you. The most important thing is to get started and find that pastime that allows you to lose your mind in mindfulness.
Prisoner No More
Happiness is a universal need, yet the true nature of happiness eludes most people, not just people in prison or on parole. The true nature of happiness is always singular. The fact that you are a unique individual guarantees that your personal definition of happiness will be different from someone else’s definition. It is your job to find happiness for yourself. No one else can do that for you. No matter how wonderful or helpful another human being is to you, no matter how wonderful your external world is at this time, your own happiness can only be found within yourself.