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Avon Books, 1979 - Psychology - 250 pages
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Exposes the sterility and superficiality of the language that has grown out of popular psychological self-help therapies, examining several of these therapies, and contends that a free, natural language is needed for effectively dealing with emotions

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R. D. Rosen is a senior editor at Workman Publishing and the author of several books, including the Edgar Award-winning mystery "Strike Three You're Dead" and "Psychobabble" (a term he coined). His career as a humorist has spanned PBS, "Saturday Night Live", HBO, CBS, and NPR's "All Things Considered". He is the co-author of the "New York Times" bestselling books "Bad Cat, Bad Dog, Bad Baby", and "Bad President". He lives in New York City.

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