You Don't Have To Suffer - Tatelbaum, Judy
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Written with wisdom, warmth, and clarity, this inspirational and practical handbook offers tools for overcoming problems and enjoying more fulfilling lives. Judy Tatelbaum contends that while hurt is inevitable in life, suffering is not. We cannot control our circumstances and tragedies, but we can choose how much we suffer over them. The author suggests "We can use powerful experiences like losses, illness, hardship, and disappointment as stepping stones to our own growth."…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Written with wisdom, warmth, and clarity, this inspirational and practical handbook offers tools for overcoming problems and enjoying more fulfilling lives. Judy Tatelbaum contends that while hurt is inevitable in life, suffering is not. We cannot control our circumstances and tragedies, but we can choose how much we suffer over them. The author suggests "We can use powerful experiences like losses, illness, hardship, and disappointment as stepping stones to our own growth."
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: AuthorHouse
  • Seitenzahl: 196
  • Erscheinungstermin: 6. September 2005
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 10mm
  • Gewicht: 293g
  • ISBN-13: 9781420873436
  • ISBN-10: 1420873431
  • Artikelnr.: 21063846
Autorenporträt
Outside of writing and dogs, I love books. I read about 7 to 10 books a month, hardcover, paperback and on my kindle. In addition I am always listening to books on CD or tape in my car, and in California one drives a lot. I particularly like reading good novels, mysteries, and memoirs. I am a practicing psychotherapist, part time, mostly focusing on grief issues. Writing enlivens me. I always write to inspire my audience. In addition to my books THE COURAGE TO GRIEVE and YOU DON'T HAVE TO SUFFER, I have written a short fable about afterlife THE JOURNEY FROM THE LAND OF FOREVER FLOWERS. If you want monthly inspiration from me, I write a free monthly newsletter which you can order frommy website: www.judytatelbaum.com or email: jtmiracle@comcast.net. One of my secrets about writing is that I never face a blank page. If I'm in the middle of a writing project, I leave myself notes when I finish the day, so I have a place to begin the next day. If I have nothing in mind to write, I rewrite something from the past -- I have masses of writing to choose from. This always opens me to new ideas and new places to go. I began my newsletter as a lark, and have continued writing an article a month for several years now. Getting books published is more difficult today. Writing articles for me is an easier way to be sure I am read, and to connect individually with my audience.