The Seven Deadly Fears

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Another in the Edward Bear/Tyler series of extended dialogues, this one dealing with Seven Deadly Fears, the fears that keep us from enjoying life and living in the sunlight of the spirit. As some anonymous troll once said, "Fear is the prison of the heart." So sit down, relax and read how Edward and his mentor, Tyler, deal with the Fear of Intimacy, Fear of the Unknown, Fear of Change, Fear of Rejection/Abandonment, Fear of Conflict/Anger/Confrontation, Fear of Becoming a Burden, and Fear of Dying.

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Overview

Another in the Edward Bear/Tyler series of extended dialogues, this one dealing with Seven Deadly Fears, the fears that keep us from enjoying life and living in the sunlight of the spirit. As some anonymous troll once said, "Fear is the prison of the heart." So sit down, relax and read how Edward and his mentor, Tyler, deal with the Fear of Intimacy, Fear of the Unknown, Fear of Change, Fear of Rejection/Abandonment, Fear of Conflict/Anger/Confrontation, Fear of Becoming a Burden, and Fear of Dying.

"Sit down and enjoy a down-to-earth conversation with a wise man and a wise guy as they work through common, everyday fears. Their simple wisdom is profound. Get refreshing "aha's: and proven tools that can help us choose growth in the hard parts of life."
-David Newcomb MA, CACIII, NCC Psychologist

"In The Seven Deadly Fears, Edward Bear and his alter-ego, Tyler, with crisp and succinct dialogue, reduce our most common fears to the mundane. Wit and philosophy mix well to take the dread out of everyday plights. Edward, please keep Tyler talking, we are not completely cured."
-James Baird Weaver, Ph.D. Psychologist

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  • ISBN-13: 9781935052067
  • Publisher: White River Press
  • Publication date: 8/8/2008
  • Pages: 104
  • Sales rank: 598,255
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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