Reviewed by Midwest Book Review
Small Press Bookwatch: May 2020
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
Synopsis: Change is constant. We cannot remain the same because we are progressing or regressing through our action or inaction. By taking positive steps and utilizing transformative tools, it is possible for us to grow and flourish for the common good and engage in life in a purposeful way.
M. Chere Sampson is a psychotherapist who has spent her life identifying, refining, and practicing tools that help humans live a peaceful and joyful existence. In “Can You See What Eye See?: Envision a Better You and a Better World” she draws upon her years of experience and expertise to create an enlightening and empowering guidebook that uses memorable stories, inspiring quotes, and key points that guide others to use practical and insightful life-changing concepts to build resilience amid any type of adversity, free themselves from negativity, and open their hearts to blessings while on a journey to manifesting their highest selves.
Transformation seekers will learn how to breathe through stressful moments, listen to understand, stop habitually worrying, speak their truth, let go of suffering with acceptance and gratitude, and ultimately find a path to achieving inner peace.
“Can You See What Eye See?” offers effective tools, insightful sometimes humorous stories, and inspiration that will guide anyone through positive personal transformation and growth while on a journey to fulfilling their unique purpose.
Critique: Insightfully informative, motivatingly inspirational, and thoroughly ‘reader friendly’ in organization and presentation, “Can You See What Eye See?: Envision a Better You and a Better World” is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to both community and academic library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Can You See What Eye See?: Envision a Better You and a Better World” is also readily available in a paperback edition (9781982232733, $18.99) and in a digital book format (Kindle, $8.69).
Editorial Note: M. Chere Sampson is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice who integrates several therapeutic styles to guide individuals, couples and groups to attain the mindset for resilient and joyful living. She relies on her professional experience in a variety of previous roles in the banking, real estate, travel, and addiction treatment and recovery arenas to help others find positive change.