STOCKTON, Calif., September 8, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Robert "Sinti" Maahs, a man in prison diagnosed with cancer in 2019, a cognitive-behavioral change program developer, has completed his new book, "The Choices We Make": a transformative program designed for people who have lost confidence and in constant contemplation of their life's meaning and purpose. It encourages every reader to embark on a path of self-discovery; and by using this program and booklet, they will be guided in creating favorable choices in life. This program provides discernible information that will be useful in recognizing the problematic areas of a person's life.
Maahs shares, "Prisons in our country are dark places that can either transform a person into a monster or even a healer of the hurt and damaged, who live behind the high walls topped with razor wire and gun towers.
"It has been many years since I underwent my own personal transformation. It was a time when I often struggled finding workshops, or even materials to help me turn my life around. I made myself a promise to find some way to help others holding on to hope, not to struggle to find what they needed to make change happen in their own lives in the best way I could. Prison life can suck the hope from your soul if you let it.
"See, a long 38 years ago, I made a choice that was not only wrong, but also cost a person his life unnecessarily, and me the last 38 years of my own life locked away in a California prison. I live with this shame and regret every day, committed to being a better person, worthy of redemption.
"I was looking at life in prison, and I knew I could not continue to live a life of chaos, even though I lived in an environment full of chaos. Something had to change. It started with me. I watched many in prison struggle with their own process of changing, just as I had. Education gave rise to a field of knowledge that helped me understand how and why we make the choices we make. I wanted to reach out to the many that ask themselves this very question; 'why do I make the choices I make?'
"In prison, it is well understood that hurt people hurt others, while healed people heal others. I owe a debt that can never be repaid in full, yet. I know I must try. I owe this to those whose lives I have impacted by my past choices. Every day, I do what I can to make a positive impact in the lives of others, whether through teach, writing books and designing programs, or simple conversation. It is no longer about me. It is about others who may be struggling in their journey through life.
"I found that when we have no understanding of our place in the world, or meaning in life, we struggle. We make faulty choices and we can make some mistakes in life's journey that are very costly. Understanding Choice Theory can help us find some answers we need to turn it all around. I felt it was important to have a body of knowledge available to help all those who struggle in their own search for answers; another tool in your cognitive toolbox to help you make your transformational process a reality, so that you can live your best possible life regardless of your situation.
"Take a moment and learn a little about how we can find that; 'meaning in life's journey,' while putting 'Choice Theory' to work in our own life. You do not have to struggle to meet your needs in life. However, you do have to understand that your choices have consequences and affect more than just you.
"Why Buy? We live in times of great question and unrest. Societies around the world are asking themselves; 'what is the meaning of my existence in life?' and 'what choices do I have in my current journey through life?'
"While we struggle to satisfy those questions in a meaningful way, we are pressed with some hardcore challenges filled with chaotic messaging on what the future holds. We can only control how we choose to respond to any given situation by the attitude we take in life. Choice theory gives us a look into how we make the choices we make. If you want better outcomes in your life, understanding the Dynamics of Choice Theory can help you be your best possible self.
"Pick up the book and put some new tools into your cognitive toolbox. You have more to gain than you have to lose than you will ever know."
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Robert "Sinti" Maahs' new book is an in-depth read that presents a psychoeducational material based on the choice theory. It is mostly recommended to individuals who struggle with the choices they have made in their lives.
This program also contains worksheets with introspective questions. Robert "Sinti" Maah hopes that after finishing this program, readers will get to know their real selves and the person they would want to become.
Readers can purchase "The Choices We Make" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
Covenant Books is an international Christian-owned and operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work which appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
Source: Covenant Books