A Conspiracy to Love: Living a Life of Joy, Generosity, and Power (Revised Edition)

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eBookIt.com, 2013 - Family & Relationships - 233 pages
Do you want more love in your life? More respect? More joy?
Are you willing to challenge your pessimistic self-talk?
Are you ready for a journey into your heart that will bring you dynamic loving and transformative power?
From the wisdom of Ben Franklin, Alice Walker, Don Henley, Ludwig Von Wittgenstein, Leo Busgaglia, and Michael Franti, to the hope of bell hooks, Riane Eisler, Abraham Maslow, Ivanyla Vansant, Buckminster Fuller, and a score of other artists and thinkers, River Smith creates a clear path for readers to follow to bring more power, more love, and more joy into our lives. In this revised edition of his inspirational self-help book with a social conscience, Dr. Smith, a psychologist and social justice educator, opens the way for readers to transform not just ourselves, but our families, our communities, and the world.

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A social justice educator/activist, and psychologist, specializing in post-traumatic stress and relationship healing, River Smith is former co-chair of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism and founding coordinator for Men Against Violence, a feminist oriented anti-battering program.Former host of The Love Project (AM-radio), he produces and hosts The Love and Justice Report (cable-TV). A nationally published poet, eco-feminist commentator, and columnist, he is co-author with Victor L. Lewis and Hugh Vasquez, of the 2007 book, Lessons from The Color of Fear: A Teacher's Manual and author of the 2010 book, Like She is In Him: selected Work from A Troublemaking, Eco-feminist Punk. Dr. Smith is available for trainings or presentations on topics such as social justice, love, gender roles, assertiveness, empowering communication, and organizational development.

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