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In Going Nowhere Fast, Dr. Kinder shows us how to break the treadmill cycle and learn to tap into our inner selves to enjoy the life we have worked so hard to create -- a life with the potential to be much richer and more deeply rewarding than any we could have set out to capture.
|I||The Treadmill Mentality|
|Chapter 1||Blindly Searching for Happiness||3|
|Chapter 2||Self-Improvement or Self-Rejection?||19|
|Chapter 3||Is a "Real Me" Possible?||35|
|II||Overcoming Society's Seductions|
|Chapter 4||Reaching Ever Higher: The Ambition Treadmill||51|
|Chapter 5||Never Having Enough: The Money Treadmill||75|
|Chapter 6||Looking Just Right: The Appearance Treadmill||103|
|Chapter 7||Having to Perform: The Sexuality Treadmill||127|
|Chapter 8||Waiting for Love: The Singles Treadmill||147|
|Chapter 9||Changing Your Mate: The Marriage Treadmill||169|
|Chapter 10||Raising Perfect Children: The Parenting Treadmill||191|
|III||Life on Your Own Terms|
|Chapter 11||Plateaus: The Secret to Self-Acceptance||213|
|Chapter 12||Individuality: The Courage of Your Convictions||235|
|Chapter 13||Beyond the Self: Spirituality and Connectedness||255|
|Epilogue: Peace of Mind, Just the Way You Are||275|
Posted February 28, 2013
This book opened my eyes. Before I read this book I was heavily in debt, you could say up to my eyeballs in debt. Today I have a credit rating of 7.10 and I can honestly give the credit to reading this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 26, 2002
This book helps to show you where we went wrong. Explains how we keep ourselves busy in order to supress what is going on inside. A must read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.