Living Your Unlived Life: Coping with Unrealized Dreams and Fulfilling Your Purpose in the Second Half of Life

Robert A. Johnson (Author) Jerry Ruhl (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.00  $15.64
Publisher
Tarcherperigee
Publish Date
January 08, 2009
Pages
259
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.8 X 8.1 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781585426997
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About the Author

Robert A. Johnson is a noted lecturer and Jungian analyst. He is the author of Ecstasy: Understanding the Psychology of Joy.

Reviews

aAs one grows older and lifeas choices seem to diminish, itas easy to regret the roads not taken, which then lead to an inability to embrace your life as it is now. A remedy can be found in Johnson and Ruhlas wonderfully insightful, possibly even life-changing book. . . . This book is intelligent, refreshingly free of psychobabble and best of all heralds the power of the imagination to transform and possibly keep you out of trouble.a
a"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
?As one grows older and life's choices seem to diminish, it's easy to regret the roads not taken, which then lead to an inability to embrace your life as it is now. A remedy can be found in Johnson and Ruhl's wonderfully insightful, possibly even life-changing book. . . . This book is intelligent, refreshingly free of psychobabble and best of all heralds the power of the imagination to transform and possibly keep you out of trouble.?
?"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"As one grows older and life's choices seem to diminish, it's easy to regret the roads not taken, which then lead to an inability to embrace your life as it is now. A remedy can be found in Johnson and Ruhl's wonderfully insightful, possibly even life-changing book. . . . This book is intelligent, refreshingly free of psychobabble and best of all heralds the power of the imagination to transform and possibly keep you out of trouble."
-"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)