Welcome to Rejoining Joy!
You learn how to reduce negatives, increase positives, and improve relations
Not your typical self-help books, the Rejoining Joy series deal with a range of daily issues, from raising children to functioning well at work; these books are more than just improving your ways of living.
Rejoining Joy not only tells you how to be more positive, happy, or better, but also the books share strategies and techniques on how to accomplish these and related goals, and in most realistic ways.
The easiest way to understand, and to enjoy, the Rejoining Joy series is to begin with the Rejoining Joy – Snapshots, which is free to read – my way of saying, “thank you for visiting my website!” Simply put your name and email address in the “FREE E-BOOK” box on the right side of this page and you will instantly be able to read this 17-page e-book filled with summaries of the best of Rejoining Joy. I know that after this short read you will come away more peaceful, motivated, and inspired.
If you would like to jump right into the series, and prefer not to read Rejoining Joy – Snapshots, that’s perfectly alright. In this case, you could start with purchasing the book The Best of Rejoining Joy. Messages of hope, and of learning how to improve one’s quality of life, stand out on most every page in The Best of Rejoining Joy. You’ll learn how to be who you’d like to become and how to integrate socially in where you’d like to belong. From the first chapter, this book allows you to experience many of the ways to Regain Joy and to keep it!
To keep you motivated and inspired, please visit my blog regularly, where I share my passions and the skills that I have learned and developed through years of private practice and as a university professor.
I invite you to return often to this website and my books, so that you can continue to find multiple pathways to help and healing on your journey to Rejoining Joy!
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Kids will love this, and parents, too!
Wendy Lou Saxon PhD:
I purchased Rejoining Joy by Dr Gerald Young for my cousin to use to help her grandchildren cope with their mother’s breast cancer. As a workbook in intelligent hands, this marvelous tome on destressing, easily shared by a family around the table, is inspiring, comforting, and uniquely splendid when meaningful and uplifting communication is needed. What a gift when you want to alleviate pain, open hearts, and unite in the capturing of innocence lost.