The Dragon of Personal Drama
by Linda Labertew
The blame gameeverybody is guilty of playing it. When a person suffers misfortune, he or she is quick to point a finger at somebody else.
In her book, The Dragon of Personal Drama: How I Overcame a Lifetime of Personal Dramas, Broken Relationships, Shattered Dreams, and Unachieved Goals, Linda Labertew blames her fathers criticisms and mistrust of her abilities for her underachievement, unfulfilled dreams, and low self-esteem, affecting her personality for most of her life, which includes several failed marriages.
In her own view, everything she does is destined to fail, until she watches the movie The Secret at the prodding of her cousin. Since then, it has been her obsession to prove the Law of Attraction and the Law of Cause and Effect as principles that govern the existence of mankind, with the end view of changing her life and unleashing her own potentiala person completely different from her fathers perception of her.
But who really is the dragon of drama that hinders her from achieving her dreams?About the Author
Linda Labertew has a bachelors and a masters degree in metaphysical science and a doctorate in metaphysical psychology. A retired finance director, she spends her leisure time with her family and in other activities such as scrapbooking, gardening, and reading and writing.(2012, paperback, 94 pages)