Grants Pass, Oregon (PressExposure) August 29, 2007 -- His book is partly a self-help guide and partly an inspirational message: Learn how to let go of stressful emotions. Overcome negative habits. Discover four steps to having a healthier, better life.
The author will share his life history as a social worker. He uses examples of case experiences and personal challenges as metaphors of how we can defeat any adversity.
Mr. Eby is a Masters level social worker with more than 37 years of professional experience. He wrote this book to send a message of hope to all who are suffering and filled with emotional pain, or feel struck on a personal challenge.
He lives in Grants Pass, Oregon, with his wife Susan. He currently works as a therapist and counselor for Options of Southern Oregon, the local mental health agency. Purchase of his book will result in a charitable donation to Options.
Unfortunately there is a dark secret that holds us back from having all that we want and need. Reading his book will provide one with specific emotional recovery skills to unlock this secret, so we can experience more joy, love, prosperity, and health.
Whatever oneâs personal goals, unlocking the dark secret will clear the pathways to success, better relationships, and freedom from all limitations or negative habits.
For more information about his book visit: [http://www.challengedarksecret.com]. Or access his book page directly at http://stores.lulu.com/qlcoach.
A co-worker also provided this review:
Gary Eby's Book [ No Rating ] 6 Aug 2007 by Janet Posen. I work in the same office with Gary Eby and have gotten to know him as a professional counselor and as a co-worker. I am impressed with Gary's experience as a counselor and his insight. When I was facing some difficulties in my life I inquired of Gary to how I could resolve the emotional issues that were actually making my very sad and stressed. Gary told me about his book which I bought and read with a passion, looking for my answers. As I read his book I found I agreed with his perception of the way things really are and how we must choose life and light, deny the darkness and seek to live according to the truth we know in our spirits. For me, it was realizing that I needed to lay all my problems at my Heavenly Father's feet and be willing to let them go, and let Him deal with my fears, desires and healing. I recommend Gary's book for anyone who wants peace in their lives and emotional recovery.
In summary, Mr. Eby defines emotional recovery âas a process of learning how to handle pain and pleasure in positive ways rather than self-destructive ways.â