I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I cracked open this book.
So if you're "older," take into account that you've probably spent your entire life pleasing others and swallowing your anger/disappointment/etc. and just let it go.
As a dedicated reader of self help books, Emotionally Free letting go of the past to live in the moment has been the best I have ever read on the subject.
The Action Board (toward the end of the book) is an excellent aid in achieving one's goals!Published 1 month ago by myself
great book for beginners and intermediate self helpers. good guidance and tools to help you move forward in life happily.Published 2 months ago by bunyun
This book has been helpful in my being able to let go of past issues and finding more peace in my life.Published 5 months ago by Deborah J. Kainauskas
This is not good. The author is obsessed with three aspects of the personality..control, competition and being dependent. His generalizations did not fit me at all. Read morePublished 6 months ago by SarahK66
I probably could have written this book, If I had the time. Not a good read. However, this my opinion. May be different for someone else...Published 8 months ago by Irene Sanks
Only halfway through and already this has been a profoundly helpful book. Here you'll find the understanding and tools as adults to free ourselves from a painful childhood & past.Published 9 months ago by Neil D. Paris
Viscott lays out some very helpful ways of healing past pains. I would recommend it to anyone willing to read it with an open mind.Published 15 months ago by Liberty Redshoes
It really breaks down emotionally items rationally. I'm really glad I came across this book because it lets me understand it and get that much closer to self actualization. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sm
"Emotionally Free"....although I haven't started to read this book I am excited about it. I've scanned thru the chapters & feel it's what I expected.Published 19 months ago by Sue A Lefler