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Psychologist and educator Dr. Sidney Simon presents a system to help the average person change. Readers first discover why they resist change. Then, when a specific roadblock is identified, the book outlines ...
Psychologist and educator Dr. Sidney Simon presents a system to help the average person change. Readers first discover why they resist change. Then, when a specific roadblock is identified, the book outlines exercises that offer solutions to specific problems.
Posted August 14, 2001
This book is extremely well written, very easy to read, and full of advice that is sensible and doable. Sidney Simon does a great job of approaching that difficult subject, change. He offers examples, and solid alternatives and options, that all of us can use. I found it easy to read, the author was open and expressive and very real. In much of the book, it felt as though he was speaking right to you personally. The examples he provides are user friendly, and you can relate well to each. His in-depth probing of change and all of it's psychological barriers is astounding. The only parts I could have done without were the detailed step by step portions, but maybe that is because of one of my own psychological barriers to change! Much of what he had to say was so true in my own life, that I felt he wrote some of this book with me in mind. Regardless of whether you are contemplating a major life change, or simple changes to help you live better, or none at all, you will find this book useful and absorbing. I recommend you buy it and keep it on hand if you don't intend to follow it's advice right away, for all of us can use what is in this book at one time or another in our lives.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.