The Who Wants to be Perfect Anyway Approach to Experiencing More Fulfilling Relationships
Rebecca is a hugely valuable part of the well-being team here at Lifehouse. Her knowledge, skills, humour and enthusiasm make her very popular both with regular and new guests. Rebecca always demonstrates empathy and warmth which makes people instantly feel at ease with her. Her insight and compassion makes clients feel they can share anything without being judged and we regularly receive fabulous feedback as to the results she creates.
In her book, Start With You, Rebecca has given a glimpse of what it is like to work with her in real life, her knowledge and empathy shine through. By using personal anecdotes Rebecca demonstrates her extensive insight, skill and knowledge as a coach through making the questions and theories she raises both accessible and relevant to the reader. This book will make you smile and reassure you that you are not alone and that you too can learn to accept yourself for who you are and then create more of what you want in your relationships and life.
An incredibly honest and readable book, made me laugh out loud as I could recognise myself on virtually every page! I love the combination of personal anecdotes with professional insight.
Rebecca Miller’s, ‘Start With You’ is an elegant tapestry of authenticity, delightful humour and powerful awakenings. This book is equally entertaining and filled with invitations to use our own experiences to raise your awareness about your relationships. I highly recommend to RSVP to these invitations and create relationships you would love!
Really refreshing take on how your own needs impact your relationships.
A must read for understanding yourself better.
Start With You is an enlightening and remarkably relatable approach to the creation of fulfilling relationships in our lives. By first minding our own perspective and power in how we connect with ourselves and others, Rebecca skilfully demonstrates how to develop understanding and growth in the most crucial relational issues we encounter. The combination of both personal revelations and professional expertise will leave readers with the kind of insight and know-how that might normally require years of training and consulting with an advanced relationship coach.
Rebecca’s book is the perfect distillation of everything that she brings to her practice. It’s her wonderful, warm, down to earth personality and professional understanding all in one.