The road to contentment demands that we make healthy choices. Without guidance and direction we are often predisposed toward familiar, predictable, and often unproductive approaches to life’s challenges. Fortunately, messengers are available to us in the form of the five basic emotions…Read More
The Twenty-Four Carat Buddha is a collection of original fairy tales set in imaginary space and time but with a piercing relevance for modern life. Each story follows a hero or heroine on a quest of self-discovery, a quest that sometimes ends with a new challenge, sometimes with a hopeful awakening, and sometimes with a painful and unanticipated realization. Like many fables, each story tries to share a lesson about living life in a complicated and busy world. But also, like many fairy tales, each story can be enjoyed and appreciated even if its particular message does not strike a relevant chord.Read More
Chosen as one of 1998’s Outstanding Academic Books by Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. “In a word, this book is powerful!…A thoughtful and compassionate discussion of trauma therapy that demonstrates how sensitive listening to traumatic stories can make them more bearable for the narrators. One of the important books written on trauma in this decade.” -L.S. Beall, Choice, July/August 1998Read More
Living with a veteran who suffers the effects of Post-Vietnam Stress is like running blindfolded with weights on. Nothing is easy; the smallest tasks become monumental. Nothing is reliable; the rules change the minute you understand them.
-the wife of a Vietnam veteran (p. 2)
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