Love Is the Answer: Creating Postive Relationships

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 15, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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Fifteen daily lessons show how to apply the "Seven Stepping Stones" to overcoming obstacles in this practical and intimate guide to developing inner growth and healing. Love is the Answer provides simple, yet effective principles of inner healing and shows how they can work in daily life.
 

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Contents

PART
3
MOVING PAST
27
TRANSFORMING FEAR
47
COMMUNICATING WITH
64
FROM RELATIONSHIPS
77
FINDING PEACE
92
FORGIVENESS
103
PART 4
123
LESSON
140
LESSON
153
LESSON
187
LESSON
198
LESSON
212
LESSON
224
FROM THE AUTHORS 237
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Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., is a graduate of Stanford Medical School and a child and adult psychiatrist. He founded the first International Center for Attitudinal Healing in 1975.
Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D., is a therapist and businesswoman. In addition to her master's and Ph.D. in clinical psychology, she also holds a B.S. in Organizational Behavior. She is currently focused on the exploration of "Regenopause," revaluing and redefining the stages of women's lives based on extended longevity.
Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione are both on the Advisory Board of the International Centers for Attitudinal Healing, as well as the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. They've written several books published in more than 30 languages. Over the last 25 years, they have worked cross-culturally in 54 countries together and are the recipients of numerous international humanitarian awards. In 2005, Jerry also received the AMA "Pride in the Profession "award. Jerry and Diane are married.

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