We are navigating an era where digital interactions and political polarization are on the rise. Too often the collateral damage is our emotional health. Isolation can kill people from the inside out.
But there is an antidote. Through stories, analogies, and humor, I See You invites each of us to face the battle against separation head-on.
As we commit to listen, protect, and love each other more fiercely, we will see those who need us most. People all around us are praying for relief. We can answer their plea. We might even be their miracle.
As a professional psychologist, I know well the value of therapeutic intervention and clinical care. These proven resources are space heaters compared to the furnace of human connection for melting the icy grip of isolation. In I See You, Julie Lee gives us a heartfelt invitation to peel back a few layers and truly connect with each other - lessons she learned at ground level. Her guidance here will heal hearts and open relationships in a way that is socially profound and psychologically sound.
- Paul H. Jenkins, Ph.D. Psychologist, Author of Pathological Positivity, and host of Live on Purpose TV.
In I See You, Julie Lee masterfully shows us how to engage emotionally to create happiness through connection. Introspection and self-growth are necessary to see others and truly appreciate them. Julie teaches us how to become our most authentic selves to be able to bring out the best in those around us.
- Ty Bennett, Keynote Speaker and Author of Partnership Is The New Leadership
The art of the human connection is alive! An impactful and invigorating look at why we need to not push away from each other, but instead encourage us to move in closer to each other and heal through compassion and connection. A message so badly needed with all the growing disconnect with others in politics, social media, and common issues we face everyday. Julie Lee captures beautifully how this significance can come in the simplest of moments of core human connection.
-Jon Petz, Business Leadership Keynote Speaker and author of Significance in Simple Moments