Dr. Jeffrey Ickes' New Ebook, 'The Fruit Code', is an Edifying Work Meant to Help Readers in Figuring out, Comprehending, and Actualizing Their Internal Spirit

Dr. Jeffrey Ickes, a psychology and counseling professor for 40 years, has accomplished his new ebook, “The Fruit Code”, an progressive handbook that differs from different self-help books. This quantity doesn’t goal to create main exterior adjustments, fairly, to deal with the core of an individual as a way to set up a wholesome relationship in direction of oneself and different individuals round them.

Dr. Ickes writes, “‘The Fruit Code: The Religious Shortcut to Loving Your SELF and Others’ gives an trustworthy and humorous have a look at ourselves from the within out, whereas studying to determine, honor, and recognize the variety and uniqueness of others. Readers are offered a groundbreaking technique for locating and unlocking their very own internal human spirits. And they’ll even have enjoyable utilizing this technique to rapidly acknowledge the distinctive and totally different spirit sorts inside their fruity households, flavorful pals, nutty neighbors, and various acquaintances. Present relationships might be repaired or enhanced whereas new dynamic ones created through the use of the ebook’s easy decoding instruments and easy relationship rules.”

Printed by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Dr. Jeffrey Ickes’ new ebook is an introspective quantity specializing in the seven totally different spirit sorts, every represented by a distinct fruit. It is a significant journey to self-discovery that will probably be useful for an individual’s intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships.

Readers can buy “The Fruit Code” at bookstores in every single place, or on-line on the Apple iTunes Retailer, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.

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