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Here Be Dragons: The Psychological Problem, Cause & Cure

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If you liked When I Say No, I Feel Guilty, you will love Here Be Dragons, with the skills in "Guilty" applied to all sorts of problems each of us face in life.

Dr. Smith's first book, When I Say No, I Feel Guilty, is an acclaimed national and world bestseller with over five million copies printed in fifteen languages. In creating techniques used in "Guilty" to teach people

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Hardcover, 398 pages
Published January 3rd 2002 by A Train Press
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David
Aug 30, 2010 rated it did not like it
Shelves: self-help
The message of this book is "desensitize yourself to criticism," and it is full, full, full of examples of how to do it. Great. Trouble is, the message could have been conveyed in 15 pages rather that 398. Not only that, it could have been conveyed in 15 well-written pages, without a spelling or grammar mistake in every second sentence, and without the rambling, repetitive, avuncular style this author is cursed with (or that he adopted to fill up the 400 pages prescribed by the publisher).

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Do you get defensive often and wish you didn't?

Are you afraid of being criticized?

Are you scared to death of people thinking less than perfect about you?

Do you hate it when you make a mistake?

Would you rather die than make a fool out of yourself in front of people?

Are you suffering from the loss of your loved ones? A painful breakup? A divorce?

This book will teach you how to effectively solve all these problems and more using a scientifically proven technique called Orienting
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