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Out is Through: A Workbook of Acceptance and Dealing with Feels gives you the gift of gently accepting the thing that’s really hard…and how to handle all the big feels that can come from radically accepting reality. Whether it’s a career change, end of a relationship, an empty nest, or an event you simply can’t let go of, this workbook with guide you through the process, all on your own time, at your own pace.
You are not alone!
You know the old saying, those that can’t do teach! Well, I created this workbook to help me radically accept where I was and take responsibility for how I got there.
This workbook is divided into two sections. First, we talk about radical acceptance. As Jackson Avery, on Grey’s Anatomy says, “you can’t fix what you can’t face.” Next, we talk about what do to with all the feels that come with accepting reality. Sometimes it’s anger, sadness, fear, relief, excitement…and everything in between.Let's Go!
Meet the Creator
Described as brilliant, hilarious, awesomesauce and so engaging you’ll forget to eat your snacks, Marianne has trained over 20,000 people in nearly every state, and all over the world. She is recognized as one of the top trainers in America. In 2013 she started Work Warrior, a training organization that provides manager and team trainings to companies across all states.
Marianne is a leadership coach utilizing her coaching certifications in business and entrepreneurship, spirituality, life purpose, and forgiveness. She also is the author of “Out is Through,” a workbook that helps people heal by walking them through how to radically accept reality and deal with all the emotions that come with doing so.
Before deciding to go out on her own, Marianne spent over a decade in corporate America in leadership and management roles. In 2010 she received her Master’s in Organizational Development from Avila University.
Marianne grew up in Kansas City, and now resides in Omaha, Nebraska. She loves glitter, superhero shirts, exclamation points, and Mini Coopers. She prides herself on being a mediocre road warrior and loves collecting stamps in both her National Park passport and her real one! She speaks fluent emoji and her best friend is her mini golden doodle named Alexander Hamilton.
What IS radical acceptance
Acceptance doesn’t mean you agree, or can’t do anything about it. It simply means you stop denying reality, and stop unnecessary suffering.
How to get honest and accept reality
You can’t fix what you can’t face. Usually our denial of reality is a defense mechanism. Let’s start to gently explore that.
After acceptance comes the feels
Emotion needs motion. How do give our feels the motion they need so we can move through them?
Let’s make a plan
Using the DBT “ACCEPTS” model, you’ll create a personalized plan on how you will walk through the feels…and find a better way of life.