The Compassion Code

How to Say the Right thing When the Wrong thing Happens

The Compassion Code is a very relatable book, helping the reader to explore the ways in which they can bring more empathy, kindness, and compassion to their lives. This book is for everyone to enjoy, no matter your profession or religious background. An easy read or listen that graces us with the authors authenticity, genuineness, and lighthearted personality. Laura teaches us about the proper verbiage to use amongst life’s hardships and not once will you feel as if you are being lectured. The author has gifted this world with her book. After all the pages have been turned love, light, and kindness will remain. - Cathleen

Laura Jack kindly sat down with me to give a warm welcome to all the Book Me Spiritual Club Members and to discuss her book, business, and what is upcoming for her in the future. Watch our full interview below:

Book Description:

What if you knew that compassion was the antidote to healing our hurt, hate-filled world? Would you know how to use it in every circumstance, with family, friends, and strangers alike? Would you be open to doing so, even when it involved acts that may seem unforgivable? Would you be willing to be gentle and sympathetic with yourself?

If you're like many people, your heart desires to be compassionate, yet your head may simply not possess the blueprint for saying those right words at the right time, or for seeing things from a compassionate perspective rather than a judgmental one. After all, we're a product of our upbringing and societal norms, and we're not necessarily taught precisely what living compassionately looks like.

The Compassion Code will completely change that. This accessible, wisdom-filled book is the result, addressing topics such as:

• Knowing what to say - and not to say - when someone is grieving

• Understanding when to talk and when to simply listen

• Relating kindly to ourselves

• Recognizing that everyone has a story

• Dealing with compassion fatigue

• Acknowledging instead of "fixing" others with our responses

• Practicing compassion in daily life with self, other adults, children, and teens

The Compassion Code awakens the kindheartedness that resides in all of us, urging it to stand strong as we navigate life events that can cause pain, misunderstandings, fear, hatred, and even war. With heartfelt, relatable stories, compassion coaching tips, and abundant loving action steps - the book is an invaluable guide for how to shift our mindset, diminish hurtful viewpoints, and embrace the humanity in each of us.

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