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Marsy Beron Looks at How to Avoid the Confines of Labels
Date:8/20/2013

Sofia, Bulgaria (PRWEB) August 21, 2013

Author Marsy Beron shares insight on the impact of labels on the psyche and suggests ways to get out of the vicious cycle of self-blame and dependence on the approval of others in her unprecedented new nonfiction, “The Power of Labels: How do we get labeled? How do labels predetermine our lives? How to get rid of them and live a happier life…” (published by AuthorHouse).

“This book is different from anything you’ve read so far,” Beron explains to readers. “It is the first time you will find explanations for things that are experienced every day and get tips on how to improve your communication.”

Beron’s main focus is the distortion in self-perception that accumulates over time through communication with others. According to the author, these distortions, conditionally called “labels,” gradually turn into beliefs, complexes and unproductive behaviors that make it difficult to achieve goals and diminish one’s satisfaction with life.

“The Power of Labels” analyzes the reasons behind this psychological phenomenon and provides ideas and guidelines for ways to handle it. Suggestions include eliminating labels completely or undermining their power, which, Beron asserts, will allow potential to unfold, self esteem to improve and foster a closer connection to one’s true self.

“The Power of Labels”
By Marsy Beron
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781481798457
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781481798464
E-Book | ISBN 9781481798471
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

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