For most of us, difficult people are the bane of our existence. They annoy us, they throw us off balance, they test our patience, and — to one degree or another — they provoke reactions that are decidedly unhealthy.LisetteLarkins.com
Lisette Larkins realized the positive aspect of dealing with difficult people when she was providing care for an Alzheimer’s patient. She began a personal journey of exploration that ultimately led to spiritual awakening: Difficult people mirror our own dysfunctional mental states and provide us with wonderful opportunities to understand ourselves, heal ourselves, and learn to live in the moment.
In Difficult People: A Gateway to Enlightenment, Larkins shares her journey and guides readers in reaching a “chronic state of well-being.”