Author(s): Kerry Cue
"Don't worry", "Cheer up", "Calm down", "Forget him. Get on with your life." You've heard these words before. In some dark mood, perhaps, you've told yourself to "Cheer up" or a well-meaning friend has said to you "Forget him." These words have no impact whatsoever. We don't stop worrying, cheer up, calm down or forget him. The reason is simple enough. We use the wrong words.Kerry Cue found herself struggling with these problems and thus begun learning about the language of emotion. In this book she shares her knowledge and shows you how to use the Language of Emotion to sort through your emotional baggage and rediscover the meaning of happiness. You will be astounded at the profound insight Kerry brings to your own, sometimes jumbled, emotional thinking. The language of emotion is simple. You will know these words, but you have forgotten how to use them. It is your forgotten wisdom this book seeks to address. This is a significant book about transformation.
Kerry Cue studied Science/Engineering at Melbourne University and taught maths and science for ten demanding years before becoming a bestselling author of over 17 humorous and thought provoking books, including Life On a G-String, Australia Unbuttoned and I Left My Heart in Chinkapook and my Knickers in New York. She writes columns for the Herald Sun and The Canberra Times having previously written for The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Advertiser, The Courier Mail and The West Australian among others. She has made numerous recordings for the ABC. An electrifying speaker, Kerry also travels around Australia using humour to unclutter the brain and unburden the heart.