Cindy was born in Massachusetts. Cold weather was always an issue, so much of my winter-time was spent constructing murder mysteries. I guess I’m not the smartest cookie in the jar because it took 62 years to make the move south. Loving Florida and the 12-season opportunity for outdoor activities.
The past five years have been a wild ride indeed, both personally and in the writing world. The warm weather stimulated the apparently dormant need to write. It also encouraged a new genre—spiritual/metaphysical. It’s a great new topic, full of possibilities. Which inspires the need to mention the catalyst and partner in that change…
Rick has lived in Florida for the last 35 years. He's originally from the Boston area (Revere Beach), and now married to the delightful author Cindy.
She has just got him involved with co-authoring the Rick and Cindy series of non-fiction books. Rick has a passion for the beach, reading, and traveling. A connoisseur of coffee.
When not traveling, seeking out new cultures or plot settings, we are busy chasing energy vortexes, finding them in some of the most unusual places.
At home, we love locally made gelato, reading out loud, walking the beach, hiking wide-open spaces, and finding new and unique bands.
Let’s face it; life is crazy. The kids won’t get out of bed, the coffeemaker drips all over the counter, traffic is a beast, the boss, well… How do some people, no matter what storms are raging around them, sail through it all without a flicker of anxiety or burst of temper, while others, by nine a.m. are throwing up their hands in dismay, declaring, “I just can’t take it any more.”
So, why is one person more able to tolerate stress than another?
This multi-published author has spent several years studying how the mind works, why some people deal with life’s events differently than others, and consequently, why they react more strongly to exactly the same stimuli as someone else. Is it just because all people are different from each other, or is something else at play?
In this book you will learn:
• How to refocus the mind to achieve a more powerful daily outlook
• What part ego plays in your routine
• How to calm the Fear Monster
• How to keep the past where it belongs
• The importance of forgiveness
Once you take these five easy steps, you’ll be wondering why you waited so long.
Do you feel powerless to deal with the things life throws at you? By nine a.m. are pulling out handfuls of hair declaring, “I just can’t do this any more?” It’s even more frustrating to see friends, family, or co-workers sailing through life’s situations with barely a ruffle to their demeanor. When you ask, “How do you do it?” do they just raise their brows and act as though you asked how to make rocket fuel?
What makes each person deal in different ways? We are, after all, made of the exact same elements—blood, bone, molecules, etc.
This multi-published author has spent several years studying how the mind works, why some people deal with life’s events differently than others, and consequently why they react more strongly to exactly the same stimuli as someone else. Is it just because all people are different from each other, or is something else at play?
In Five MORE Easy Ways to Stop Your Mind from Driving you Crazy you will learn:
• What drives our brains to act the way they do
• Why feeling old makes you old
• How to keep relationships powerful and passionate
• To minimize the effects of day-to-day life
• The underestimated capabilities of our brains
Take these five simple steps; you’ll be wondering why you waited so long.