When the worst that can happen already has: conquering life's most difficult times

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Hyperion, May 1, 1992 - Philosophy - 362 pages
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The author of the landmark bestseller The Courage to Change turns again to inspiration, sharing with readers the keys to coping successfully with those times when life seems darkest. A book of powerful encouragement, human strength, and personal spirituality.

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WHEN THE WORST THAT CAN HAPPEN ALREADY HAS: Conquering Life's Most Difficult Times

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Interviews with numerous individuals, many of them celebrities, on how they have coped with adversity. Interviewer Wholey, former host of PBS's Late Night America and author of Are You Happy? (1986 ... Read full review

When the Worst That Can Happen Already Has: Conquering Life's Most Difficult Times

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Hardship and misfortune are part of human life, and the resulting physical or emotional pain may seem unbearable at times. This collection of interviews focuses on the personal stories of 50 ... Read full review


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Dennis Wholey is a veteran talk-show host and bestselling author who has been interviewing political leaders, celebrities, newsmakers, authors, and experts for television, radio, and books for more than twenty-five years. He is the author of the "New York Times" bestseller "The Courage to Change, " and three subsequent books about personal growth. Dennis Wholey hosts "This Is America With Dennis Wholey" and "Dennis Wholey America!" for PBS television stations and Nostalgia Television. He lives in Washington, D.C.