Item description for You Are Good Enough!: Overcoming Feelings of Inadequacy by Robert J. Furey...
Overview Feelings of inadequacy can be a helpful motivator. They can inspire someone with little confidence to the heights of success. However, there are many people who feel inadequate to an extent that is debilitating and prevents them from living a full life. Some are crippled by systems of shame and worthlessness. Dr. Furey presents practical and proven steps to help overcome inadequacy and get sufferers on the road to recovery. He helps readers to recognize the roots of inadequacy in identifiable circumstances such as abuse, neglect, or chronic illness. He teaches readers how to move out of the role of victim and adopt healing attitudes and behaviors.
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Studio: Crossroad General Interest
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2001
Publisher Crossroad General Interest
ISBN 0824519574 ISBN13 9780824519575
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Hope for Healing Sep 26, 2001
This is an excellent book on the subject of inadequacy and shame. Furey details exactly how a person with this condition thinks, feels, and deals with life. It is obvious that through his experience as a therapist he has gleaned an intimate knowledge of how painful, yet prevalent, shame is in affecting people and relationships. He provides many insightful real-life examples throughout. Best of all, Dr.Furey outlines easy to follow steps toward healing and recovery. This book can provide empathy, acknowledgement, and encouragement to anyone who might be dealing with the "monster" of shame. I found in it the hope that with small changes in thinking " I can become good enough."