When acceptance is denial: a handbook for people who are confused about confusion

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Gil Eriksen Communications, 1993 - Psychology - 238 pages
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"Once you have obliterated a person intellectually, sexually, spiritually, & emotionally, they'll never want to make a decision again. They will instead look for safety in having someone else decide for them," begins psychotherapist Eriksen in this refreshingly honest book. In the world's societies, this obliteration of our humanness is neither subtle nor slight, but blatant & pervasive--so much so that it has become virtually invisible to us. With heart & wit, Eriksen matter-of-factly outlines the roots of confusion (how we are undone by culturally ingrained & accepted misconceptions & lies), how the confusion plays out in our daily lives, & the role of personal choice & responsibility in buying out of denial. Finally, he offers a goal-oriented, measurable way of thinking your way out of confusion, reclaiming your wholeness...& possibly even recreating society. Far more than just another self-help book, this is a handbook of personal & social change, healing, & transformation. To order: Send check or money order to Gil Eriksen Communications, 399 SE 18th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 3316. $12.95 plus $2.00 shipping. FL residents add 6% sales tax. Or call 1-800-944-4402 (24 hours) & have a major credit card ready.

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