Emotions: Can You Trust Them?

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Gospel Light Publications, 1993 - Psychology - 144 pages
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In this audio version of the book, Dr. James Dobson helps us understand and control our emotions. Love, anger, guilt and the impressions we experience are emotions that can be a very positive force in our lives if we learn to recognize and control them.

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User Review  - BethanyBible - LibraryThing

Dr. James Dobson helps us understand and control our emotions. Love, anger, guilt and the impressions we experience are emotions that can be a very positive force in our lives if we learn to recognize and control them. Read full review

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User Review  - Molly Wason - Goodreads

A quick and easy read. I appreciated some of the basic principles offered in the book, and I think I would have benefited even more from this book if I had read it at a younger age. Read full review

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James C. Dobson was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on April 21, 1936. He received an undergraduate degree from Pasadena College and a Ph.D. in child development from the University of Southern California. He was an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Southern California School of Medicine and on the attending staff of Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. He was founder and president of Focus on the Family, an organization that produces nationally broadcast radio programs on domestic issues, but is no longer affiliated with the organization because of significant philosophical differences with the new leadership. He is founder and president of Family Talk, a nonprofit organization that produces his radio program, Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk. He is the author of more than 30 books dedicated to the preservation of the family including The New Dare to Discipline, Love for a Lifetime, When God Doesn't Make Sense, Life on the Edge, Love Must Be Tough, The New Strong-Willed Child, Marriage Under Fire, and Head Over Heels.

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