UNSTOPPABLE JOY: THE ART OF FINDING HOPE, HEALING, AND HAPPINESS
Inspirational Advice and Encouragement On:
✔️Tackling People Pleasing
✔️Dealing with Negative Thoughts
✔️Handling Toxic Relationships
✔️ Learning Forgiveness
💚 Healthy Eating Tips for Good Mental Health
💚 Mood Tracking and Management Calendar
💚 Self-Care Tips and Planner
We all struggle. We doubt our abilities, and we feel hopeless about our future. For some of us, these struggles manifest as depression, and for others, as a rough patch. In difficult times, we lean on our friends for comfort and guidance. We consult that one person with the wisdom and courage to tell us exactly what we need to hear.
In Unstoppable Joy, Dr. Nicole Robinson becomes that friend. Through personal experiences and expertise, Dr. Robinson shares tangible ways to find happiness—to wade the muddy road of anger and sadness to a place of joy, where we can live our best lives. This book shares ways to overcome all the joy stoppers in our lives, including unrealistic expectations, people pleasing, and neglecting our physical and mental selves; discussing each of these issues with love, depth, and compassion.
Dr. Nicole M. (Robinson) Ferguson is a mental health educator and advocate who creates learning environments to help everyday people overcome depression and anxiety as a means of restoring and sustaining joy and fulfillment. Having personally triumphed mental distress and dedicating her academic studies toward the experience, she is no stranger of being “sick and tired.” She earned a B.S. and an M.S. in Communication with an emphasis in Health Systems Administration from Rochester Institute of Technology. She later received her Ph.D. in Health Communication from George Mason University. She also earned a certification in Integrative (Holistic) Mental Health from University of Central Florida, and a certification in Telehealth for Mental Health Professionals. Dr. Ferguson is a proud volunteer for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Buffalo & Erie County. She is currently working on a second master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy.