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Why Am I Afraid to Tell You Who I Am? Paperback – International Edition, May 1, 1999
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- Paperback : 112 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0006281052
- ISBN-13 : 978-0006281054
- Item Weight : 4.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 4.29 x 0.2 x 7.68 inches
- Reading level : 18 and up
- Publisher : Zondervan (May 1, 1999)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #48,763 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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life, people, and to love myself. Particularly helpful to those with low self-esteem, those who need to build courage to start on their
own, or anyone afraid of his own shadow: start reading this and doing the exercises. Two other books that also helped around the same time:
You Are Not the Target by Laura Huxley and I'm Not Much Baby, But I'm All I've Got, by Jess Laird. These three books started my
journey to wholeness and happiness. Ultimately I found the 12-step program, (particularly Codependents Anonymous and Adult Children of Alcoholics), but also attended Unity Church (non guilt based spirituality), and studied the metaphysical teachings of Edgar Cayce, The Sleeping Prophet and the mystical writings of Joel S. Goldsmith. This book was a primer on the path. If you're attracted to it, I'd go ahead and get it. Really.
I've recommended it many times to friends, particularly the confused, shy and those lacking forthright self-esteem and power.
The price of the book is too high for a thin booklet. Bought it used so cannot return.
I am sad that Melody Beattie recommended this book in one of her exercise in Codependent No More. While her writing style & advices I love. This book, not so much. Could not even bring myself to finish it.
Read and apply! Drill down to the 5 levels of personal communication.
The concept of personal transparency presented here, when put into practice,
changed my life for the better, so profoundly that it defies explanation.
I have a friend that...well, you know the drill.
A great read for those of us who have been hurt and are afraid to open up and be our true selves with people!
Helps me to trust mysrlf and be more tolerant of others and to accept life as a time for learning and I am just a student.
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If you feel like you are struggling with who you actually are and who you feel you have to pretend to be for others around you you will find this book could change your life.
The author comes from a christian background, but his philosophy is more spiritual and therefore does not put you off if you personally are not fron the same background.
I have purchased this book several times for people in my life that were feeling a little lost.
The second part describes levels of depth in conversations and is quite useful. There's also descriptions of ego states and ego defences.
The last part is simply a list of 20 or so archetypes and their suggested unconscious motivation. More useful if you're a novel writer to be honest!
On a plus note the item arrived in good time and although second hand was in good condition.