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    Is Your Life What You Want It To Be?

    Category: Full Impact Living!℠
    Created on Sunday, 26 July 2009 12:35
    Written by David Earl Johnson, MSW, LICSW

    We only have one life to live. I think we'd all agree that we want to live a happy life, one that has meaning, and fulfills us. We want:

    And we want to do all this while feeling healthy and safe.

    How many of us succeed? Thats hard to say. We all know people who claim to have a life like this, and we certainly know people who will recount their regrets on request.

    You might notice that having it all, all the time, may be impossible. Some of us might conjure up some old sayings like:

    But how to do we make sure we get what we need when we need it most?

    Its a tall order indeed. Self-help is a huge industry. Every author seems to think they have at least some answers to this question.

    Full Impact Living℠ is my life philosophy based on psychological concepts, research and my experience in providing treatment. It has evolved over more than 30 years of clinical practice successfully helping people with some of the most difficult to treat mental health disorders:

    Full Impact Living℠ is based on the latest psychological research and cutting edge evidence-based treatment approaches such as:

    It incorporates the important concepts in self-help psychology such as:

    Full Impact Living℠ is based on six key concepts, fundamental principles of personal development. Many of you will recognize these as common sense. But the funny thing about "common sense" is how uncommon is the knowledge of the means to acquire it when you don't have it. In the leftside column you'll see the Key Concepts listed. Each principle is linked with a detailed explanation. Click on each to read more.