A freethinker challenges the existing quo, particularly issues like authority, tradition, revelation, and religious dogmas. Established views do not constrain freethinkers because they use reason, logic, and actual observation to learn more.
“Culturally, we lack the training at an early age to be free thinkers. We have become repeaters - cookie-cutter persons. Thinking out of the box is so needed. This is what prompted me to write this book. I've been there, done that so know it well. Children today say they are free thinkers, yet there they stand before us, all wanting and dressing alike. It may help the economy but it certainly is not free-thinking. It likely is different than what Mom and Dad ascribe but it's still about others thinking. How did we get to where we are? We are all responsible for it. So, let's together not recreate the past and go forward with creativity and process out-of-the-box ideas and thinking. Develop questioning what was and liberate ourselves.” -- Lois writes.
Lois B. Mayette, a seasoned psychotherapist, and New York State licensed social worker, challenges the mind and provokes ideas in her book, “You Are What You Believe,” as she exposes the essence of being a freethinker.
The book questions views by society as Lois challenges thinking by introducing a way of life that fosters creativity. She believes that the next great idea that would usher in a new revolution is in the mind of someone who is slavishly adhering to the present quo. Lois compels readers to push their intellect to its limits as the book encourages them to avoid becoming conformists or cookie cutters but to be trailblazers, free of the constraints of the cognitive process of society.
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“You Are What You Believe”
Author: Lois B. Mayette
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: March 2022
Book Genre: Self-Help
About the Author:
Lois B. Mayotte, is a seasoned psychotherapist in private practice, as a certified licensed social worker in New York State. She is a graduate of SUNY at Stony Brook with a masters in social work. She has always taken a holistic approach to wholeness; body, mind, and spirit. This book is compiled from her journals and writings, collected over some 35 plus years. She is a parent, grandparent and lives in Watertown, New York, where she still practices as a psychotherapist.
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