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Debra Beck leads 'A Letter to My Younger Self' Workshop

Moving through core issues that stand in the way of our happiness is anything but easy. Holding on to the old patterns created from our childhood is damaging to our emotional and physical body.

Living through our old belief system causes suffering and prevents us from living the life we deserve, a life of pure happiness.

Do you want to create open relationships, abundance, good health, contentment and happiness in your life?

A Letter To My Younger Self Workshop is June 16, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Sedona Creative Life Center. The workshop will allow you to see the obstacles that stop you from moving forward and creating the life you want. Understanding and connecting to the awareness of ourselves allows us to open up to a whole new way of being.

The fee is $65, with lunch included (vetarian available).

DEBRA BECK, author of "My Feet Aren't Ugly, A Girl's Guide to Loving Herself from the Inside Out," is a devoted mentor for girls and women, teaching them how to stand in their truth and love themselves. Through 30-plus years in self-development and first‑hand experience in just how difficult accepting and loving yourself can be, Debra discovered her life's work. With empathy and a passion for making a difference, she is helping girls and women truly love themselves from the inside out.

For over 20 years, Debra has mentored girls and women of all ages. She has

facilitated workshops and retreats and is the founder of Empowered Teens and Parents, an organization which provides help, support, and encouragement for teenage girls and their parents. Debra Beck lives in Sedona.

Debra is available for one-on-one mentoring, retreats, speaking engagements and workshops.

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