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"When you talk to yourself, what do you say? "Way to go! You're doing great." Or "There you go again. You can't do anything right." If you're like most people, the latter sounds more familiar. The fact is, we're often our own worst critic. This "inner critic" destroys our self-esteem and is the root of much personal pain: * Bad relationship * Depression * Poor performance * Perfectionism * Guilt and shame * Emotional imbalance * Compulsive behavior * Shyness and fear. In this first volume of The Psychology Of Self-Esteem, Dr. Julie White will help you understand the various messages that make up your inner critic. You'll discover where those messages come from and how they limit you every day. Then, as you progress through this three-volume series, you'll learn how to transform your critic into a supportive, guiding voice." "ABOUT JULIE WHITE, Ph.D.: Those of you who have been fortunate enough to have experienced Julie White in person know that she has a unique ability to combine practical advice with a warm, very human touch. Her Image & Self-Projection audio and video programs (produced by CareerTrack) are among our alltime most popular training tapes. Julie's primary interest has always been to help people. A former elementary school teacher, she started a battered women's shelter and two rape crisis centers. She began public speaking to gain support for her projects. Julie went on to become director of the Women's Center at Virginia's Old Dominion University and, later, director of the university's Institute of Management. She holds a B.S. from the University of Texas, an M.A. from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. in women's studies from Columbia Pacific University. Her diverse client list includes the Internal Revenue Service, McDonald's, RCA, GTE and a host professional associations. What makes Julie such a trusted and admired trainer? Take a look at The Psychology Of Self-Esteem and you'll see. You'll laugh, you'll have fun - and most of...." [from case]
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