Wow! Best book I ever read on human psychology!

My Mind Is Not Always My Friend

Our uniqueness as individuals makes everyone special; no two people are the same. Even identical twins have differences; whether they are emotional, psychological or spiritual.

Some of these differences come from heredity, others from nature. However, many are due to circumstances during our developmental years – nurture. These traumas of life can define who you become, how you act and react, and why you think the way you do. Often, this “thinking” is the product of your mind’s defenses, created by your experiences—and your mind will not cede these habitual ways of thinking easily, even if they’re hurting you.

Is Your Mind Holding You Back?

My Mind Is Not Always My FriendIn My Mind Is Not Always My Friend: A Guide for How to Not Get in Your Own Way (Fresh River Press, 2010), Steven J. Fogel, along with co-author Mark Bruce Rosin, share the insights Steve unearthed during a life-long journey of exploring the emotional, psychological and spiritual mysteries that lead to a fulfilled life. What if your mind was sabotaging you? What if what you’ve learned was not true and a barrier? What if you could learn to take control of your mind and remove these self-imposed barriers that block the way to happiness and true success?


Five Stars

“I suggest you take a deep breath and dive into this book. Fogel’s hard-earned wisdom could transform your life. This book will help you put those debilitating inner voices to rest so you can reach your creative potential.”
Ruth Weisberg - Dean, USC Roski School of Fine Arts


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