Six techniques, one life filled with true love.
Your whole life, not just Valentine’s Day, can be a celebration of love. You have the power to create happy and fulfilling relationships with your significant other, family members, coworkers, and members of your community. All you need to do is open your heart, let go of fear, and remember that you are love.
A little about A. G. first:
I write fiction and non-fiction books with one goal: to offer you food for the soul.
I am a bestselling author, radio host, spiritual seeker, explorer of the human soul, traveler, and dreamer who believes that love is our natural state of being. Love that rejuvenates and inspires us, that gives us strength and abilities to defeat obstacles.
I began writing short stories at the age of eight when imagining plots and characters became my favorite pastime. It has remained until now although traveling the world, outdoor activities, sports, spirituality, books, music, taking pictures, and Oona The Yorkie rank high on my list as well.
Sherry Terry’s Review: 4.5-Stars
I don’t read self-help books. The authors that write self-help books have good ideas, but I’m not the type of person who likes to read or listen to other people talk about themselves like that. However. I Choose Love by A. G. Billig is different. I actually enjoyed reading the book, and I found some comfort in the author’s ideas.
I think the cover is well done and fits the self-help category with a lovely picture of the author. The writing needs an edit from a fresh pair of eyes as some sentences have missing words or words that don’t belong. For this reason, I give the book 4.5-stars.
Being a survivor of a tragedy that kills hundreds of people can take people to some strange places with survivor’s guilt, but A. G. found a way past it all to not only live a full life, but she found a way to decrease the fear and find love.
I did find the book helpful, and I’ve learned a few things to take with me on my journey to a future filled with more love and happiness.
I recommend I Choose Love by A. G. Billig to everyone. You will garner some great advice and walk away with a better feeling about yourself.
RA Winter’s Review: 4.3-Stars
I Choose Love, A journey from fear to love, by A.G. Billig is part memoir, part self-help book that tells the story of how Ms. Billig turned her life around after almost attending a disastrous event where lives were lost. Fear had her almost paralyzed
Billig’s writing is very engaging and she does have a lot of great tips and insights. However, not everyone will agree with everything that she says but I would give her advice a second look. She has some really great tips in there.
Anytime someone cheats death, it changes us. Even being burglarized or having graffiti painted on your neighborhood can affect us in ways we don’t understand. Fear seeps into our lives either with a leap or with baby steps. This book was Ms. Billig’s way of dealing with it, and in the process, coming to love herself. And this love for our own-self, shouldn’t be as hard as it is, should it? It’s not something we are taught and we have a tendency to shy away from it.
Billig gives tips on meditation, breathing and how to gain that outlook on life that everyone should have. We are just too stuck in the criticism that we stab ourselves with every day.
If you’d like to start a journey of self-study and need ideas on how to improve your self-worth and confidence, give her book a try.