Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyPsychiatrist Peck's sequel to The Road Less Traveled was a 10-week PW bestseller. (Oct.)
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Further Along the Road Less Traveled based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
I REALLY LOVE THIS BOOK.
The book has been developed from Dr. Peck¿s lectures, which he has expanded, co-edited, and transformed into a unified and compelling presentation of his ideas and insights. In this philosophical work, Dr. Peck addresses the most urgent questions of personal and spiritual growth, including ¿blame and forgiveness,¿ ¿the issue of death and meaning,¿ ¿self-love versus self-esteem,¿ and ¿sexuality and spirituality.¿ The book takes us from the first step in the spiritual journey of growing up to the next step of knowing yourself, and the ultimate step of searching for a personal God. Further Along the Road Less Traveled is a journey of self-discovery. ¿Let us prepare ourselves,¿ he says. ¿Let us do so by relearning how important we are, how beautiful we are, and how we are desired beyond our wildest imaginings. And let us, as best we can, go out into the world to teach others how important they are, how beautiful they are, and how they too are desired beyond their wildest imaginings.¿ Trish New, author of The Thrill of Hope, South State Street Journal, and Memory Flatlined.
This was a more spiritual book about god, than of psychology itself, I missunderstood the 'title of this book'. It was an ok read