How to be Your Own Best Friend: A Conversation with Two Psychoanalysts

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Ballantine Books, 1971 - Psychology - 96 pages
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"Sensible advice on how to give up childhood, accept yourself and your own maturity and deal with life on your own two feet."
In this unique, bestselling question-and- answer guide to self-love and acceptance, two practicing psychologists (who are also married to one another) reveal the secret of pursuing happiness, by revealing to ourselves what we think we are striving for, and what it is that keeps us from achieving our goals.

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User Review  - Laila Bourha - Goodreads

this book carries some strong advices about how we deal with our life. I definitely wanna re-read it again some time. However I think it would've been better without Questions. Read full review

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User Review  - Justcasper - Goodreads

this book can be a constant reminder on my nightstand, but since it was written a few decades ago, its address on the gay issue is utterly outdated, other than that, it is truly an insightful book for people who are not avoidant about insights Read full review


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