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Dan HaysIn point of fact, low self-esteem is a serious problem and causes devastating difficulties for some people. But once the trivial press and pop psychologyists got hold of the idea, they soon made it seem like it was a problem "everyone" has, a problem solved by watching self-help tapes or reading thin-in more than one sense-books written by overnight "experts." Now, the concept of low self-esteem seems like a form of psychobabble. But it's not. Mariyn J. Sorensen of Portland [Oregon] knows. She is a clinical psychologist, th founder and director of The Self-Esteem Institute. Her new book carefully explains what low self-esteem really is, the history of its treatment (or non-treatment), and why it is so seldom recognized or treated seriously. The closing chapter provides information on how to get help. This is an important book that could save lives.
—THE STATESMAN JOURNAL