Breaking free

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Nash Pub., 1970 - Fiction - 208 pages
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A big problem I have with therapy in general is the focus on the past. Case in point this book. Branden understands that people are self made but this book says quite the opposite; that we are largely products of our upbringing. So much for free will and choice. Sigh........ Read full review

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Fantastic book if you're at the point in your life when you want to figure out how your parents may or may not have screwed you up. And by recognizing those problems, you can start fixing them & making different choices. Read full review

Contents

The Discovery
1
The Questions
12
The Surrender
28
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