Can you really choose your life?
When NG Abramson was a teenager he made some pretty bad choices. One night when he was stopped by the police while driving a stolen car, he panicked and stepped on the gas. It was a crazy thing to do, but he chose to do it. The result was a tragic accident.
If you’ve ever made choices that you’ve regretted, or find yourself living a life that’s less than satisfying then this book offers you hope and a pathway to more peace, freedom and happiness.
This book is for you if…
You feel like you are still paying for mistakes from the past
You know you’re not living up to your full potential
You feel stuck in your job, relationship, or both
You are or have been in AA or other support groups
You got into some trouble and are ready to make a new start
Abramson shares his personal story to illustrate the impact our choices have on our lives. But this is not a memoir. You Can Choose Your Life is about the importance of recognizing our “internal conversations,” because it’s our internal conversations that lead to the choices we make. And those choices shape our lives.
The good news is that everyone can make new choices, no matter what has happened in the past. When we recognize why we made the choices we did, we don’t have to repeat the same old patterns.
What is choosing your life?
It is an active process that requires you to be as aware, conscious, and responsible for the things you tell yourself and believe as you can possibly be.
Once you’re aware, conscious, and responsible for the things you tell yourself and believe, you don’t have to continue telling yourself those same old things.
You can choose the internal conversations you are now going to listen to. And by doing so, you are able to make new choices and choose your experience of life.
About the Author
When N.G. Abramson was a teenager, he made some pretty big mistakes. After turning his life around, he is now on a mission to help others do the same. With two master degrees–one in Criminal Justice and the other in Creative Writing. He works as an academic advisor at a large, public community college, helping students choose not only their classes and majors, but also their direction in life. Abramson is now broadening his reach, based on the personal development work he’s done, to help people choose not only their direction in life, but also their experience of life. He believes that all people can experience more peace, freedom, and happiness by better understanding their internal conversations in a non-judgmental way.