How to be your own best friend;: A conversation with two psychoanalysts
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"Sensible advice on how to give up childhood, accept yourself and your own maturity and deal with life on your own two feet."DALLAS TIMES HERALDIn this unique, bestselling question-and- answer guide to self-love and acceptance, two practicing psychologists (who are also married to one another) reveal the secret of pursuing happiness, by revealing to ourselves what we think we are striving for, and what it is that keeps us from achieving our goals.
It is a great book to keep yourself on the motivated Laura Munoz After reading this myself, i gave it to my sister. It is a great book to keep yourself on the motivated. You're not the only who feels certain ways. And when you're feeling down there's always a way to keep your head up. You have yourself to rely on!. Changed My Life P. D. Lama I first bought this book after my divorce in 1975. It changed my life. It gave me permission to be good to ME. It convinced me that I deserved to be treated with respect by my friends and especially myself. I was able to say no to things I didn't want to do, and it showed me how to do it without being rude or obnoxcious. I could finally say "I picked up the pizza last time. How about someone else doing it this time?" and not feel guilty. I highly. I liked it then gerrithegirl69 I owned this book a number of years back. I liked it then, and I like it now.