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“Living Beyond The Box,” will help readers manage peer pressure and stress at home, work, or at school - gracefully.


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Author Nelson L. Noggle Ph.D. created a guide, titled: “Living Beyond The Box,” that will help readers manage peer pressure and stress at home, work, or at school - gracefully.

The author shows his presentation in a concise, clear manner, providing case illustrations of how The Box shows itself in life. In references, bad boxes are offensive, used mostly on lack of teaching and direction. Whereas the healthy boxes are complementary and inspired by positive reinforcement rather than control. Looking for healthy boxes liberates an individual from feeling exploited and defenseless. And in a simplistic approach, the book instills the inherent amount of knowledge and delivers an essential means for both parents and experts to readjust their mindsets on the learning techniques. 
 
Whoever applies these lessons in The Box has the ability to observe life through a different view. The Box is Nelson Noggle’s skillful and sincere navigation of how a person can liberate from life’s pressures. It may sometimes be overly serious or intimidating but still characterize several guide books in this interesting work achieved by a doctor, educator, and researcher, composed in a practical, friendly, and approachable method. The text is also complemented with several lively caricature sketches and illustrations that make it even more accessible and relatable. This is a book that is not only a good reading material but also a self-help guide. In this literary work, the author redirects the challenge that some may feel in life, thus branding it The Box. It is more like a figure of speech, a metaphor of some sort, that highlights the book, simplifying a description of what The Box is, its after-effects, and how to get farther from it. According to Noggle, the idea of a box is a universal feeling of being or getting boxed-in, and this happens to young and old alike. What could have remained a highly idealized concept, was delicately transformed into a down-to-earth easy-to-digest platform. An entertaining and fun guide to understanding how to conquer life’s trials and difficulties.

Get a copy now at www.livingbeyondthebox.com
YouTube Book Trailer:  (5) Dr. Nelson L. Noggle (Book Trailer) - Living Beyond The Box - YouTube
 
Living Beyond the Box: Common Sense Help for Those Who Feel Like Victims
Author: Nelson L. Noggle, Ph.D.
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: June 2019
Book Genre:  Self-Help, Group-Help, Psychology, Education, Leadership
Target Audience: Any individual from teen to elderly who experience too much control, especially abusive types of control, such as harsh methods or a steady diet of being controlled.  It certainly can help those who try to help victimized and victimizing people.
 
About the Author
During Nelson L. Noggle’s early work, The Box and several other visual models became useful tools for those wanting to know how to motivate people to learn. Since then, he has used those models to train thousands of parents, teachers, counselors, and managers. “Living Beyond the Box” was written for those who would like to apply many of the principles and ideas surrounding The Box in their everyday lives.

There are three goals that drove the writing of this book.

  • The first goal is to free you to live and learn beyond The Box.
  • The second goal is to help you free others to live and learn beyond The Box.
  • The third goal is to help parents, teachers, and leaders to use less of The Box.



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 Victimization
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