Listen to Me: A Book for Women and Men about Father--son Relationships

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Celestial Arts, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Gerald G. Jampolsky's 3.5 million-copy bestseller "Love is Letting Go of Fear" has changed people's hearts around the world, encouraging new levels of intimacy in their lives. However, in Jerry's life there was a strained relationship with his son Lee. Because both men longed to heal this rift, they began exchanging letters that revealed the deeply felt bonds, self-doubts, and wounds that are part of every man's life. By recognizing old wounds and expressing their feelings for each other, Jerry and Lee were able to enter a place of forgiveness and peace.

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Psychiatrist Gerald Jampolsky and his son Lee, a psychologist, are both published authors and workshop leaders. Here they have teamed up to produce a unique book on healing father-son relationships ... Read full review


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Gerald G. Jampolsky, MD, is an internationally recognized authority in the fields of psychiatry, health, business, and education. He has published extensively, including classic bestsellers "Forgiveness", "Teach Only Love", and "Love is Letting Go of Fear".

Jampolsky is a psychologist. He lectures and conducts workshops internationally in the fields of health, business, education, and psychology. Dr. Jampolsky has founded highly acclaimed programs in clinical psychology and chemical dependency. He served on the medical staff and as a consultant for leading hospitals, and has been on the faculty of three graduate schools of professional psychology.

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