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When Do The Good Things Start?

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  90 ratings  ·  9 reviews
A therapist looks at life's ups and downs (with a bit of help from Charlie Brown and his friends).

From the author of Waking Up Just In Time and Life's Too Short.

A down-to-earth and inspirational guide that will help you

* Overcome low self-esteem
* Build confidence
* Put guilt in its place
* Dispel loneliness

Everybody reads the comics. A chuckle, and then on to the serious stu
Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 15th 1995 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published 1990)
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Avrei voluto apprezzare molto di più questo libro. Ho trovato estremamente originale e potenzialmente molto interessante l'accostamento dei fumetti di Schultz alla psicologia, ma le strisce dei Peanuts sono l'unico contenuto illuminante e di intrattenimento di tutto il libro. Per il resto, Twerski non fa nessun'analisi approfondita come invece mi sarei aspettata, e così i numerosissimi spunti che Charlie Brown & Co. offrono per riflettere sulla natura umana vanno a perdersi in un superficial ...more
Ve lo consiglio, perché è leggero e scorrevole, ma allo stesso tempo fa riflettere sui nostri atteggiamenti.
Le strisce dei Peanuts si inseriscono splendidamente e arrivano dritte al punto.
Arianna Roscioli
è carino per chi ama i peanuts e per dare consigli pratici di vita ai figli che altrimenti pensano che siamo pallosi
A great little book about various psychological issues and problems, with Charlie Brown cartoons to illustrate the points. It's not going to answer all your questions on mental illness and it's not going to cure anyone, but it will help you to understand different personality traits and some of the thought processes people have. Highly recommended!
Sarah Brandel
My husband gave me this book when I was feeling a bit depressed to help me see my way through it. Few of the points stuck with me, but I did enjoy the Peanuts cartoons scattered throughout and used as touchstones along the way.
Neil Harris
Just started reading this for the second time. Last read it over 20 years ago. I was a different person then, with more hair and less responsibilities. Cheaper than a co-pay and much more entertaining.
Mari Menta
meraviglioso libricino che unisce i mitici peanuts alla psicologia: da non perdere!
nice advice with cute illustration^^..
just an inch to daily life..
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