Inspiring, wise, and sweetly humorous--a clinical psychologist offers lessons on turning life's difficult moments into opportunities for growth.
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This moving first book by psychologist Dan Saferstein opens with the death of his sister in a freak accident. Safterstein has grown apart from his sister, who lives many miles from his Michigan home, in New York City. In addition, he realizes tht he and his wife haved reached a kind of lifeless plateau in their marriage: in many ways Saferstein has been sleppwalkng though his life. But when he receives a telephone call informing him of his sister's death, his sense of devastation and loss begins to transmogrify, to become a kind of life force that makes him feel a renewed sense of love for his life and family, an overwhelming feeling that he has much to live for.
In this inspiring,wise, and sweetly humorous book, Dan Saferstein shares with us his newly acquired life lessons asking reader to accompany him on a journey of self-discovery that, for him, has led to a life of far deeper meaning, even joy. He builds here on a tradition made familiar to reader by such authors as Rabbi Harold Kushner, Marianne Williamson, Iyanla Vanzant, and even Mitch Albom, but in a voice all his own.About the Author:
Dan Saferstein is a licensed psychologist in private practice and consults with individuals, management, and athletic teams. he lives with his family in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Book Description Diane Pub Co, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 260 pages. 8.30x5.80x1.00 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0756757495