What Your Childhood Memories Say About You: And What You Can Do About It

What Your Childhood Memories Say About You: And What You Can Do About It

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What Your Childhood Memories Say About You: And What You Can Do About It by Kevin Leman, Chris Fabry


Chris Fabry's narration flows so naturally that one forgets the author isn't the reader in this production. Fabry seems to offer just the inflections that Leman intends. As the author blends humor into his discussion of childhoods impact on adulthood, the listener can hear the smile on Fabry's face. Leman believes that understanding ones memories can help one improve ones self-image, make the most of oneÕs strengths, and overcome ones weaknesses. The key is which childhood days are remembered: evaluating the types of memories one returns to is revealing about personality and self-image. Woven into the mix is Leman's previous writing on birth order. Fabry's melodious reading makes a thought-provoking topic engaging

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781598592962
Publisher: Oasis Audio
Publication date: 09/14/2007
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author


An internationally known psychologist and humorist, Dr. Kevin Leman has taught and entertained audiences worldwide with his wit and commonsense psychology. The New York Times best-selling and award-winning author of Have a New Kid by Friday, Have a New Husband by Friday, Sheet Music,and The Birth Order Book has made thousands of house calls through radio and television programs, including Fox & Friends, The View, Fox’s The Morning Show,Today, Dr. Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, The 700 Club, CBS

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What Your Childhood Memories Say about You: And What You Can Do about It 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting book on childhood memories and their affect on us! The author offers good insights in an easy to read format, along with suggestions to help the reader work through their own "trip down memory lane" in order to learn more about themselves. This book has the potential to promote healing in your life. If it does, I believe the author's goal will have been reached.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good introduction to relational psychology from a Christian point of view. Your birth order, parents' parenting style, and earliest childhood memories have a profound effect on who you are. But who you are can greatly change who you will be. Good book for anyone of any belief system.
nyc_dancer More than 1 year ago
Great book about how the kid we once were is still present in who we are as adults today. The author really talks about how our natural reactions to experiences as children still play a key role to how we make decisions and choices today. The way we identify ourselves was part due to how we viewed ourselves as children. It's a fascinating book because it gives you the tools to discover your inner child and the inner child within others. I gave it a four because one part dragged a bit while it explained birth order. But in all it was still a great book, my family members are now reading it too!!!
Michelle8012 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book.
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Good info but not much new stuff as I've been in therapy for several years. Would recommend it as a self-help book if you haven't done therapy yet. However, depending on what kind of childhood memories you dig up, you might want to discuss them later with a therapist! Well written, easy to read.
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Page after page of self absorbed drivel, no wonder this is free.