A Stranger to Myself: An Adult Guide to Higher Self-Esteem and Creative Living
A STRANGER TO MYSELF tracks self esteem from its formation in childhood to its effects on the personality & behavior patterns in adulthood. Using colorful case studies & layman's language, the author shows the adult reader how to move from a life filled with crisis & self-defeating patterns toward self-discovery, personal growth & creativity.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Acura Alex Angela Darby answered Bayou Terrace bedroom bell tower beneath Bishop Polk bottle Bourbon Street breath brother called Camp Davis Cannon Cannon School Carolyn cheerleaders chest cigarette darkness David David Carter Debbie desk Devon doorway drink Elise's eyes face feet felt fist floor football French Quarter front door fucking Garden District gaze glanced glass going Greg Darby Greg's hair Hallway hand head heard inside Jeep Jeff Haugh Jefferson Parish Jeremy Jeremy's Jordan asked Jordan Charbonnet Kate knew laughed light locker room looked Melanie Meredith Ducote Monica mother mouth Nanine night nodded notebook Orleans porch pulled rain realized remember Roger screamed semtex shook shotgun houses shoulder shut side silence slammed slid smile sound stared Stephen asked Stephen Conlin Street talk tell Thibodaux thing thought told took Troy turned voice waited wall Warner watched whispered window