Finding True Connections

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How to Learn and Write About a Family Member’s History

Our individual memories define us. Our tribal memories unite us. Emotional Inheritance works with psychologists, writers and historians to provide a premium interview and life story production service. Now, Finding True Connections clearly and simply sets out how you can undertake this process yourself, without an external interviewer. Designed as a series of double-page spreads, on the left-hand page is a prompt question, while opposite are notes on how to gain the most meaningful answers, to do yourself or to discover more about a family member.

SPECIFICATIONS: 9781925820157| Hardback | 235 x 191 / 9.25 x 7.5 inches | 232 pages

 

 Emotional Inheritance

Emotional Inheritance is a new imprint from Exisle Publishing. Capturing the wisdom of the past to enhance our future. Find out more at EmotionalInheritance.org

 

 

Gareth St John Thomas is the founder of Exisle Publishing, an independent publishing house that, for over 25 years, has published books on history, better living, psychology, family, ageing and health. Emotional Inheritance is a division of Exisle Publishing.

Emotional Inheritance also offers a life storytelling service provided by Exisle Publishing. Through a structured interview with an experienced writer, the story of your life will be transcribed and published as a limited edition book. To find out more visit EmotionalInheritance.org

Reviews by Amos Lassen
“The questions are simple yet inclusive and I wonder why no one has thought of this before (or if someone did, I am unaware of it. Here is a book you will use again and again and while it is enlightening it is also great fun” Click here to read in full


Female.com.au reviews
“What a great concept! This book is the perfect gift to yourself and aging loved ones, capturing their memories and investing time and interest to the can-do generation.” Click here to view


5CC Port Lincoln with Keith Topolski Interviews Gareth St John Thomas.
“I thought your book was a fantastic read. There are therapeutic benefits of telling your story. It can be almost cathartic for some people”


ABC Melbourne Drive with Ali Moore interviewed author and Exisle founder Gareth St John Thomas.
“quite often it is the noisiest person in a family that gets their story told, but often it is less voluble people that have lead quite but incredibly interesting lives and it is a shame to lose some of those stories”.


ABC Capricornia Mornings interviewed author and Exisle founder Gareth St John Thomas.
“a good organised family history is a real conduit to the past and we think it is an incredibly important thing to do”


ABC Wide Bay interviewed author and Exisle founder Gareth St John Thomas. The episode was widely syndicated with the ABC local radio.
“your own family history can give you a very visceral guide to history. Its very important to understand the world we live in and often the best source of information is often within your own family”

 

The Otago Daily Times

Guiding a privileged journey


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