Nobody's victim: freedom from therapy and recovery
C. Potter/Publishers, Jun 6, 1995 - Psychology - 200 pages
wide range of current research and experience from his own practice as well as Eastern and Western philosophy, McCullough makes a case that loneliness, anxiety, and sadness are appropriate responses to the difficulties of life and are necessary for emotional growth. He encourages those caught in the victim role to reaffirm their interconnectedness with their communities and to reclaim a sense of personal responsibility for the choices they make.
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