Why am I afraid to love?
Rather than expose a self we imagine to be inadequate or ugly, we build walls to protect ourselves from rejection we fear from others. Powell teaches how to tear down these walls and realize our full potential for love and life.
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Mans Invitation to Love
Human Pains in a Loveless World
The Self Image
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