How to be Your Own Best Friend: A Conversation with Two Psychoanalysts

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Ballantine Books, 1971 - Psychology - 96 pages
15 Reviews
"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 HERALD
In 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.
  

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User Review  - wAnderlUst - Goodreads

this book was an interesting little small wonder... filled with wonderful insights and its thinner than a post-it stack! "when you stop trying to get from other people what they cant give to you, you ... Read full review

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User Review  - David Ferrers - Goodreads

This is another of my favourite books that I take down from my bookshelf every year and re-read. And every year the lessons seem to be more profound, more valuable than ever. I love this little book. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
15
Section 2
16
Section 3
17
Section 4
19
Section 5
20
Section 6
22
Section 7
26
Section 8
28
Section 15
48
Section 16
52
Section 17
62
Section 18
66
Section 19
70
Section 20
72
Section 21
76
Section 22
80

Section 9
30
Section 10
32
Section 11
34
Section 12
40
Section 13
42
Section 14
46
Section 23
86
Section 24
88
Section 25
90
Section 26
93
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