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Free Spirit: A Declaration of Independence for Women [Paperback]

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Free Spirit: A Declaration of Independence for Women by Emilie Ross, Ph.D. Raphael

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Pages   216
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.48" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   0.62 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Publisher   Washington House
ISBN  1931633738  
ISBN13  9781931633734  


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Not Your Average Self-Help Book  Nov 29, 2003
This book is magnificent...I read it in one night,because I couldn't put it down. If you are feeling lonely, unsure of yourself or where you are in life right now, or even just going through a grieving process, you must buy this book. I have anxiety & depression and have read many books in this genre. After reading this one, I felt as if I was not alone in my grief. We all struggle with our own demons, and this book teaches you how to battle them and learn to be yourself. If you are a person who is always the one who has to be "sorry" or take the blame - trust me - buy this book and you will learn how to assert yourself & finally say "no" tho those who use you as their doormat.
 
This book is a must read!  Mar 11, 2003
I read this book on the advice of someone else. As a I began reading it, I was stunned because it seemed like the author had tapped into my life! I've read a lot of self-help books before, but they all seemed to handle just one aspect my life. This book covered almost everything.

Reading this book, I was able to identify and finally put a name to many things I'd always suffered from. She calls them Nobodies, which I considered an apt description of myself.

What I really like about it, is that it's told from her perspective. She's been through all of this and she got better! It's not a book full of impersonal goals. The fact that she, herself, conquered these issues makes it seem possible that I can too.

Her style of writing is very accessible. I didn't feel overwhelmed with technical terms and definitions.

Overall, I think this is a great book and would recommend it to anyone - men or women. I read selections of it to a male friend of mine, and he, too, could completely identify with it.

Already I've started to make improvements in my life with this book as a guide.

 
This book is a must read!  Mar 11, 2003
I read this book on the advice of someone else. As a I began reading it, I was stunned because it seemed like the author had tapped into my life! I've read a lot of self-help books before, but they all seemed to handle just one aspect my life. This book covered almost everything.

Reading this book, I was able to identify and finally put a name to many things I'd always suffered from. She calls them Nobodies, which I considered an apt description of myself.

What I really like about it, is that it's told from her perspective. She's been through all of this and she got better! It's not a book full of impersonal goals. The fact that she, herself, conquered these issues makes it seem possible that I can too.

Her style of writing is very accessible. I didn't feel overwhelmed with technical terms and definitions.

Overall, I think this is a great book and would recommend it to anyone - men or women. I read selections of it to a male friend of mine, and he, too, could completely identify with it.

Already I've started to make improvements in my life with this book as a guide.

 
A must-read for women who lose themselves in others!  Dec 2, 2002
FREE SPIRIT will help you as no other book can; believe me, I've read many a "self-help" book in my own search for relief. This book is for any woman (or man!) who seems to lose herself in her relationships, who lacks a full sense of her own identity and wants/allows others to define her, who doesn't feel entitled to happiness, who always puts the needs of others first at her own expense. It's well-written, intelligent, witty, and heartfelt. Dr. Raphael writes in a very personal tone; as one of my friends who also read the book says, it feels as if she's sitting right next to you. And since the author has been through the pain herself herself and come through with integrity on the other side, she has credibility. She doesn't dictate to you who you should be; she gives you the TOOLS to enable you to find yourself on your own. If you are in pain, wondering when the time will ever come for you to feel good about yourself, RUN to order this book. Or give it to a friend who's going through a tough time. A friend gave a copy to me; it helped me more than I can begin to describe, and at a time when I desperately needed it. I'm sure it can help you, too.
 
Covers all aspects of anxiety, depression, & relationships  Oct 31, 2002
This book is an excellent source of advice and guidance for anyone, man or woman, who has ever wondered "who am I, really? Where do I belong in the world? How do I truly feel?" The author covers a multitude of subjects, all centered around answering those questions, overcoming fear, and learning to be assertive with others. She discusses the origins of anxiety and depression, a lack of identity, difficulty with anger, communication and relationship problems, grief, letting go, and fulfilling our own desires for our lives. The central focus of these clearly-written chapters is looking inward, to discover our true selves, the part of us we have hidden from the world for fear of rejection. I recommend it highly.
 

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