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Thanks to everyone who responded to my post earlier this week. I’ll let you know about my ebook How to Get Rid of Unhealthy Guilt, when it is published, and as promised I’ll send a free copy to everyone who responded.

If you’ve been thinking of responding but haven’t got round to it yet, there’s still time. You can either email me or leave a comment on the post.

A little question, ahead of time, if you could be free of unwanted guilt presumably that’ll free up some time. If you won’t be feeling guilty in the same way at the same times, what will you be doing instead?

3 Responses to “Thanks for Your ‘Guilt’ Comments”

  1. Guilt is something a lot of my clients experience- look forward to your book- it will be a good resource M

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