How to Love

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Da Capo Life Long, 2009 - Self-Help - 205 pages
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Dr. Gordon Livingston’s books have resonated with readers as universally and deeply as earlier books by M. Scott Peck, Rollo May, and Erich Fromm. Now, Gordon Livingston—a physician of the human heart, a philosopher of human psychology—offers an urgently needed meditation on who best (and who bestnot) to love—andhowbest to love. Dr. Livingston’s primary focus in this new book is on helping us to recognize in ourselves and in others constellations of character traits and what those traits imply both with regard to compatibility and future conduct. As in his previous books, here are Dr. Livingston’s trademark gifts—an unerring sense of what is important, and what Elizabeth Edwards has characterized as “his unapologetic directness and his embracing compassion”—again deployed to provide readers everywhere with a much-needed alternative to the trial-and-error learning that makes wisdom such an expensive commodity.

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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

Really great book. Quick read. Practical, solid advice and wisdom. Read full review

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User Review  - Elysha - Goodreads

Not sure if I found this more insightful or infuriating. Some good thinking points and fuel for cynicism? Read full review

About the author (2009)

Gordon Livingston, MD, is a psychiatrist and writer whose three previous books—Only Spring;Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart; andAnd Never Stop Dancing—have been published in more than 22 countries. He lives and works in Columbia, Maryland.

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