To be emotionally literate is to be able to feel and understand not only the full range of emotions, but the emotions appropriate to the actual situations in which we find ourselves moment by moment. Anger, fear, forgiveness and love - all take on new meaning when we are emotionally literate. By cultivating "a well read heart, " we experience healing and come to the heart of all emotions: joy.
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Francis F. Seeburger recently retired from his position as Professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver, after forty-one years on the faculty. He is the also the author of the three other books, the most recent of which--The Open Wound: Trauma, Identity, Community-- was published by CreateSpace in 2012. He also writes a blog called "Trauma and Philosophy."
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Book Description Crossroad, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0824516079