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Feeling Great; Practical Psychology and the Christian Faith

by chris schriner

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The author is a minister and counseling adept with an low-key manner which enables the reader to become involved in exactly the self-realization for which this work is a guide.

It is practical, not filled with abstract theory and thunder. For example, instead of admonishing us for "name-calling", he shows us how to move to the point where the words are heard between disputants:

"In any disagreement there is a tendency for people to attack each other...By saying how you feel without labeling the other person you make it less likely that your friend will become defensive, and more likely thaqt he or she will actually listen." [83] ( )
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The human brain is a marvelous thing--if only it came with instructions about how to use it.
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In the last twenty years there has been a revolution in this country, a revolution in self-discovery.
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In any disagreement there is a tendency for people to attack each other...By saying how you feel without labeling the other person you make it less likely that your friend will become defensive, and more likely thaqt he or she will actually listen. [83]
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