Rewriting the rules of dignity and self respect.
What if I told you that you are your ultimate problem and brightest solution in every way? What if every blurry-eyed morning, the issue and the answer are in the mirror staring right back at you? What if I told you that you hold the power to create your very best life, and the process can begin right now?
Welcome to Misunderstood, a journey inward in which you will look at what you are allowing in your life. This book is the manual I wish the generations before me and I had been born with. It is the offering of wisdom, insight, and tools to help you take full responsibility for your life. Misunderstood is an inner journey of self-discovery, honesty, and personal accountability to shine light into the deepest corners of your feelings, thoughts, beliefs, needs, habits, and patterns. We will explore the ways you’ve been misinformed, confused, selling yourself out, settling, working too hard, and working against yourself. Then, you’ll be offered the tools, script, and resources to choose differently.
This journey is not one for the faint of heart. Awareness can be a double-edged sword. In fact, some have cautioned that this work should come with a warning label because once you venture in, you can’t unlearn or unsee all you discover. Acceptance is part of wisdom, the journey. It’s about understanding that you don’t always get what you want in life, but as Mick Jagger so wisely offers, “If you try sometimes, you’ll find you get what you need.
As a Certified Life Coach and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Allyson Blythe is an expert in human behavior, relationships, communication, boundaries, and decision making. Allyson has committed over twenty-five years of training and life experience to Educate, Equip, and Empower others to dig deep into self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and personal responsibility.
What others are saying
“A revelation of authentic personal growth.”
~ Joann W. Payne, LCSW
“A wonderful journey of self-awareness, self-discovery, and developing life skills to become a better me.”
~ Tina Bernheimer
“Challenges readers to try a different approach to being emotionally grounded and communicative.”
~ Don Metcalf