Horse whisperers know that the best way to communicate in relationships is with a touch of gentleness.In The Husband Whisperer, Kevin Hinckley (MEd, LPC) shows women how to use their divine nature and to listen to the Spirit in order to help bring peace into their marriages.
Meet the Author:
Returning author Kevin Hinckley is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Private Practice. He received his master’s degree in Counseling from Brigham Young University, with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior. He has developed numerous therapeutic programs, including inpatient and day treatment programs for addiction and trauma recovery. He has worked closely with the LDS Addiction Recovery Program and is the author of The Naaman Project, a day treatment program for Pornography Addiction. A former bishop and institute teacher, Kevin has written three books, Promptings or Me,(our book) Parenting the Strong Willed Child and Burying Our Swords (published by Deseret Book). He is a regular presenter at Campus Education Weeks at BYU-Idaho and BYU.
Disclosure: I received a copy for review purposes. However, all opinions are my own.
Introducing Shaking Behind the Microphone. Fear of Speaking in Public is Equal to Falling Into a Pit Full of Snakes
Three out of four people suffer from brain freeze, a quivering voice, and a racing heart, which are signs of glossophobia. In her anthology, Shaking Behind the Microphone, Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking, author Jill Ammon Vanderwood tells her story about going skydiving to overcome her fear of public speaking.
FDR said it best: "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself" . This famous, often quoted phrase is something I have stuck in the back of my mind everytime I have to do something that includes the unknown. The only thing I fear worse than fear itself is public speaking. I suffer from glossophobia. I detest public speaking, but now that I'm in college one of my courses involves public speaking. The nerves quicken, the palms begin to sweat, and the throat constricts. What am I suppose to do?
Is there a solution to glossophobia? YES! Author Jill Ammon Vanderwood has the perfect book for people like me who are afraid of public speaking.
Shaking Behind the Microphone, Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking shares her story along with others who feared public speaking. This wonderful book not only gives you insights, but helps you overcome your fears.
I start my first public speaking class in May and I tell you, I don't think I would have been able to get through it without Jill's book. If you struggle with glossophobia pick up a copy of Shaking Behind the Microphone, Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking.
About the Author:
Jill Ammon Vanderwood is the author of six books, including the Mom’s Choice Award winning book
Drugs Make You Un-Smarter and the Indie Excellence Award winning book What’s It Like, Living Green?
Kids Teaching Kids, by the Way They Live. She lives with her family in Utah, where she speaks at schools,
Boys and Girls Clubs, church groups, Girl Scout Troops, Kiwanis Camp, and drug rehabs. Jill teaches
writers workshops for the League of Utah Writers. She is involved with fundraising events for literacy, The
Wheelchair Foundation, Soles for Souls and Toys for Tots.
Shaking Behind the Microphone: Overcoming the Fear of Public Speaking ISBN 978-1490941219 Brighton’s Mountain Books Printed through Create Space 156 page paperback Nonfiction Adult Anthology $12.99 Suggested Retail Price
This book is available through Amazon.com , AmazonKindle, Barnes and Noble.com and can be ordered through Baker and Taylor or Ingram’s or through your local retailer
To contact the author or to receive a review copy, contact Jill Ammon Vanderwood brightonsbooks(at)gmail(dot)com Contact Information Jill Vanderwood Brighton’s Mountain Books http://www.jillvanderwood.com