Layman’s Handbook, in life

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The handbook is to bring you a snippet of hope and guide you to choices that can be made daily to prevent continued or repeated mistakes or misery.
Book Description

Life is difficult, oh what a cliché. There are twists and turns for each and everyone of us all along our journey. No two fingerprints are the same and just like this no two person’s stories are the same either.

The handbook is to bring you a snippet of hope and guide you to choices that can be made daily to prevent continued or repeated mistakes or misery. Where do we turn when confused? How do we overcome the challenges that we cannot understand?

Having a handbook as a simple guide to happier health which not only involves smiling more, rather more importantly felling better. A tall ask when we find ourselves in dark places, mixed up, muddled or just plain old tired from it all. Having a handbook to bring oneself back to some basics and restart the day or “begin again” can be as valuable to all of us who take on life each and every day.

The reasons I wrote this is to share with you how I have found, through many years stricken with grief, how I have continued to smile and laugh even though down very deep within myself it has been difficult, I found some ways. Covering not only the depths of my grief but more so my own angle of view to how any issue is exactly that an issue and these can always be dealt with.

Get ready to begin dealing with life and put a spring into your stride, every step of the way. The disclaimer reads “if ya wanna break free and live, get ready to move forward with joy”. No magic formulas, just everything you already hold within yourself but might have been too busy to notice.
It has come high time to free yourself and begin bringing your feelings and your thoughts together as one. You deserve it!
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About the Author ▸ Aidan McNally

From Loughshinny, Dublin, Ireland. After many travels of the worlds towns, cities and states, anyone from loughshinny will tell you, there is no where better to grow up in the world. Life has thrown some curveballs and it is the daily chore to fight through and continue not to allow the harsh reality bring my personal well being lower than needs to be. The loss I have encountered is indeed many a parents worst nightmare, the loss of my two sons in two separate tragic but sudden deaths. Though I have lived a life of meeting some of the greatest human beings on the planet and have been fortunate at every turn, now it has become a normal part of living to grieve and experience loss. I keep my babies with me everyday and have shared with the world the stories of my adventures and my darkest days. There is nothing special about me, I just see that it is what it is, some call it strength, many cannot understand. Stubborn “Irishness” is a great excuse to continue forward, ask any Irish man. At 40 now, there is no real message or theme but to say this, to all you parents out there cherish every waking hour with your very special babies. Born big and strong in 76, the 80’s were a great time to grow up. The protector came natural as with the larger than life personality and frame,the universe has knocked me down but I get right back up only to be knocked again and again. Accepting the facts is always tough, so we search for forgiveness to this universe everyday to break the shackles, hurt is a prison and I from a very young young age refused to be held prisoner or even conform. This is surely what has led to my winding and twisting life thus far. You can reach me on twitter @TWOsonsTOOmany or FB TWO sons TOO many. I also use #TWOsonsTOOmany where I can and appreciate all your use of the hashtag too. Website https://wp.me/PaoVw9-o Facebook. https://m.facebook.com/TWOsonsTOOmany/?ref=bookmarks