Journal to the Self: Twenty-Two Paths to Personal Growth - Open the Door to Self-Understanding bu Writing, Reading, and Creating a Journal of Your Life

Journal to the Self: Twenty-Two Paths to Personal Growth - Open the Door to Self-Understanding bu Writing, Reading, and Creating a Journal of Your Life

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by Kathleen Adams
     
 

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A nationally known therapist provides a powerful tool for better living--a step-by-step method to personal growth, creative expression, and career enhancement through journal writing.

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A nationally known therapist provides a powerful tool for better living--a step-by-step method to personal growth, creative expression, and career enhancement through journal writing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780759525115
Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing
Publication date:
11/29/2009
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
534,144
File size:
637 KB

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Journal to the Self: Twenty-Two Paths to Personal Growth - Open the Door to Self-Understanding by Writing, Reading, and Creating a Journal of Your Lif 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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RobbiS More than 1 year ago
As someone who's never truly tried to write "Dear Diary" entries ever, this book offers helpful tips to get yourself to open up on paper. I ordered it because of some health issues I'm struggling to understand and if nothing else, reading the book and writing information down takes my mind out of the health issues and focuses my energies in other areas. My favorite section was the ".79 Therapist."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I originally discovered "Journal to the Self" at the bookstore in 1990. I was in between jobs and looking for answers. Unlike so many self-help books, this book doesn't spend a lot of time with theory. Also, I appreciate that it has no religious or spiritual overtones. There are numerous great ideas that can be incredibly helpful. At the time I bought the book, I found the various tools for "brainstorming" helpful in defining what sort of job I wanted next, and how I was going to get from here to there. Over the years, I returned to "Journal to the Self" many times. I've used the "List of 100", "Unsent Letter", "Dialog" and "Springboards" repeatedly. I would recommend this book to anyone, any age.
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