"When I look in the mirror, I'm never quite satisfied."
"I can't stand criticism."
"I'm always feeling tense and rushed."
"I wish I could be happier."
Do any of these sound familiar?
Aren't they exactly the kinds of weaknesses that keep us from enjoying our lives to the fullest?
This wise and compassionate book can help you confront these problems, perhaps for the first time in your life.
Through a series of exercises, case studies, and personal growth techniques, you'll learn to analyze your weakness and, most importantly, strip it of the power it has over you.
Making Peace with Yourself is one of life's toughest challenges, but the rewards will be tremendous.
Harold Bloomfield, M.D.
About Harold Bloomfield, M.D.
Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D., is an eminent Yale-trained psychiatrist, a leading psychological educator, and a best-selling author. His books, including <b>How to Survive the Loss of a Love and How to Heal Depression</b>, have sold more than six million copies and been translated into twenty-four languages.<br><br>Robert K. Cooper, Ph.D., earned his doctorate in health and psychology. His background includes work as an executive security and protection specialist.
"A rare, life-changing book."
-- Spencer Johnson, M.D.
Coauthor of One Minute Manager
Making Peace with Yourself by Harold Bloomfield, M.D.