10 Ways to grow yourself up

Author:
Keley Payne
Date:
May 11, 2021

Dr Jenny Brown, a counsellor and founder of the Family Systems Institute in Sydney, has written a book called, Growing Yourself Up, How to bring your best to all of Life’s Relationships. Jenny says, "You need to look at yourself and give up putting energy into trying to change others or blame others or complain about others." as highlight in this book review. It is a very helpful read for anyone, as Jenny encourages us to reflect on the maturity levels in our relationships. This is a very useful challenge for us all, those of faith and still searching. Find out more by reading this review.

"We’d all like to think that we are mature. But have you ever felt lost in a relationship, burnt out by trying to make things right for someone else, or felt yourself unravelling under the pressure? Dr Jenny Brown, a counsellor and founder of the Family Systems Institute in Sydney, says you might not be as mature as you think..."

Source: https://www.eternitynews.com.au/in-depth/10-ways-to-grow-yourself-up/

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