Michele Gregoire Gill, Professor of Educational Psychology
"Leaving Revolution has forever changed how I think about leaving. Dr. Wisdom deftly weaves theory, her personal experience, and more than 100 interviews to help us reconsider the role of letting go and moving on in our lives. Whether you're a leaver or a stayer, you must read this book."
There are thee truths of leaving a job, relationship, home, religion, or identity:
This first-of-its-kind book describes how we are beginning to understnad the concept of leaving as an essential component of living. Clinical psychologist Jennifer P. Wisdom asserts that leaving is not the same as quitting, and moving on is not a sign of weakness. This unique book integrates psychology, literature, her experiences as a leaver, and interviews with more than 100 people to discuss leaving and staying. It provides a unique and comprehensive discussion of how and why we let go and move on.
Having the courage to leave what's not working - and overcoming the fears that lead to unhealthy staying - can be the healthiest choice we can make.
Dr. Wisdom has worked in complex environments for 25 years, including serving in the U.S military, non-proft service deilvery programs, and higher education. She applies her hard-earned insights to help you become your very best self.
For interviews Contact Jennifer at email@example.com