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Her first book, "Random Thoughts n' Lotsa Coffee: A Collection of Writings Inspired by Real Life," was published in 2013 and her second book “The Other Side- Where all the life lessons learned from your past are put to use for a brighter, happier future” was released on May 2014. J.V. lives in Gorham, Maine, with her husband and stepson. She can often be found down at the coast - coffee in hand - contemplating life while staring out at the deep blue of the Atlantic Ocean. Jill Alman-Bernstein, I Must Be A Mermaid ~ Who is Jill Alman-Bernstein? 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EM: I haven’t organized any workshops for couples using the Ten Zen Seconds methods. But I have heard from individual members of couples about how they’ve used the incantations, as is and customized, Doses Amoksiklav (Amoxicillin) work, to deal with relationship issues. Buy Amoksiklav (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, One woman used them to get herself centered and strong and keep herself centered and strong as she lived through her husband’s robbery trial. Another woman used them to find the courage – and keep the courage – to confront her husband about his belittling attitude and the way he refused to accept that she deserved writing space and time. I’m sure the method could be presented and used in a workshop setting, but I haven’t done that – yet.

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R&B: A powerful point! How can people learn more about Ten Zen Seconds.

EM: The book is the best resource. Buy Amoksiklav (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, You can get it at Amazon. Canada, mexico, india, Or you can ask for it at your local bookstore. The Ten Zen Seconds website is also an excellent resource.

R&B: You are quite an inspiration, with all the creative work you do. Tell us, Amoksiklav (Amoxicillin) coupon, what else are you up to.

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Ray & Bernadette: You obviously walk the talk, Eric. What more can we say other than thank you for taking this time out of your busy schedule to empower each of us today. Abundant blessings.

Eric Maisel: I thank you for having me here.

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