A Stranger to Myself: An Adult Guide to Higher Self-Esteem and Creative Living

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Lydian Communications, 2000 - Psychology - 113 pages
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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.

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Hands down, the best book I've read all year. It has elements of mystery, drama, teen angst that still moves us because somewhere, we're all still teenagers, and a beautiful, unfolding human puzzle ... Read full review

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Pros: Great read Cons: Grab a box of tissues. This book was a great read, captivating, and suspenseful. I usually don't cry reading books, but this one moved me beyond beleif. I have recomended, and even given it as a gift to friends. This was just a good read. Read full review

Contents

FINDING THE SELF
9
THE BIRTH AND GROWTH
19
A Negative Inheritance
26
Copyright

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