If It Weren't for You, We Could Get Along: How to Stop Blaming and Start Living

If It Weren't for You, We Could Get Along: How to Stop Blaming and Start Living

by Dr. Lewis E. Losoncy
     
 

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In language that makes the reader smile — even laugh, the author addresses the game we've all played throughout our lives: the blame game. One of America's most popular author/speakers provides insight and solutions to dealing with the small, often stupid, unrelated events in our lives that cause us unneeded anxiety and creates problems at home, at work,

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In language that makes the reader smile — even laugh, the author addresses the game we've all played throughout our lives: the blame game. One of America's most popular author/speakers provides insight and solutions to dealing with the small, often stupid, unrelated events in our lives that cause us unneeded anxiety and creates problems at home, at work, at school, on teams, and within relationships. From bank lines that seemingly grow longer once we enter them...to drivers that won't let us pull onto highways...to changes in weather...readers are given practical ways of handling "things" we can't change and moving on with our lives before we get needlessly burdened down. On average, we have about 2,500,000,000 seconds of life to live! Why would we want to waste this limited time blaming others for things that don't go our way? Why do we spend time dwelling on the past? Why don't we accept "what is" and stop blaming reality? The choice is ours. This book shows the way.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932021042
Publisher:
D C Press
Publication date:
04/28/2003
Edition description:
First DC Press Edition
Pages:
180
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.22(h) x 0.76(d)

Meet the Author

Known to his many followers as "The Doctor of Encouragement," Lew Losoncy is the resident psychologist for the L'Oreal corporation and the author of 17 books on motivation, teamwork, encouragement, and attitude. Seen on CNN and CBS This Morning, and read in The Wall Street Journal and Psychology Today, he offers wonderfully understandable and practical solutions to everyday problems.

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