Set Yourself Free From Suffering

Sometimes in life, we get knocked down by work, relationships, loss, suffering, depression and many other things.

101 Ways to Feel Better will give you a means to pull yourself out from the gloomy depths of the darker side of life and back into the sunshine again in order to be a productive member of society.

Natalie Reed

What People Are Saying:

  • Renee Harrington

    This is all the stuff I would tell my friend to help them feel better.

    Laughter is the best medicine, and #59 had me laughing so hard I cried, the whole time I was reading them.

    I’m one of those people that other people just spill their guts to…

    This
    book is full of great feel better advise that I share with my friends who are upset or feeling down. If you put these tips into action
    and don’t feel better, seek counseling from a professional.

  • Wisdom Shared at the Perfect Moment

    I recently struggled with a tragic loss, and at the darkest moment (the day after it happened) I came across Natalie Reed’s e-book 101 Ways to Make Yourself Feel Better. I was particularly struck by one of her list items where she says “tomorrow never comes.” It was an excellent reminder to do the things that make me happy now. There is no guarantee that you’ll see the next day so living in sadness, or regret, or anger is a waste of the precious time you have. I am certain there is at least one thing on this list that will make you feel better now – not tomorrow or later down the road, but today. Thanks, Ms. Reed, for sharing your wisdom.

About The Book

Sometimes in life, we get knocked down by work, relationships, loss, suffering, depression and many other things. There is no magic cure to remove the pain but there are things you can proactively do to speed up this process. That’s what this list is all about—how to feel better. This list is based on personal experience of workable ways the author has used to get through tough times. Her documentation of 101 Ways to Feel Better will give you a means to pull yourself out from the gloomy depths of the darker side of life and back into the sunshine again in order to be a productive member of society. If you’ve just suffered a loss of
some sort (breakup, death, loss of job, dignity, etc.) and want to know how to feel better or even just how to feel good, keep this list handy so you can apply these ideas to improve your condition. You can do it. It does take some willpower but results are achievable. Wouldn’t you like to feel better?

About The Author

Natalie Reed lives in Burbank, CA with her hard-working IT husband. She’s not a psychiatrist, a psychologist, hypnotist, self-help “guru” or any other kind of credentialed person claiming to offer help. Natalie is just a regular person who has suffered a lot this lifetime and who has been able to keep going despite it all. She is someone who has taken the time to document her successful actions so that it might help another person in their time of need.