Dr. Les Parrott, a leading relationships expert, gives you encouragement and direction to redeem your past and live fully in the present. He shows you how to cope with regret and guilt, replace shame with self-respect, learn how to forgive yourself, and keep new regrets from piling up. Dr. Parrott also gives you solid guidelines for making better decisions in the future.
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Les Parrott is co-founder, with his wife, Leslie, of the Center for Relationship Development on the campus of Seattle Pacific University and the bestselling author of High-Maintenance Relationships, Love the Life You Live (with Neil Clark Warren), Love Talk (with Leslie Parrott), 3 Seconds, and 25 Ways to Win with People (with John C. Maxwell). Dr. Parrott is a sought-after speaker to Fortune 500 companies and holds relationship seminars across North America. Dr. Parrott has been featured in USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. His many television appearances include The View, The O'Reilly Factor, CNN, Good Morning America, and Oprah. To learn more, visit www.lesandleslie.com SPANISH BIO: El Dr. Les Parrott es fundador de Center for Relationship Development del complejo universitario de Seattle Pacific University y autor de libros de exito en ventas como High-Maintenance Relationships, The Control Frek y Love the Life You Live (coautor con Neil Clark Warren). Tambien es coautor de varios libros con su esposa, la Dra. Leslie Parrott. Es muy solicitado como orador por las companias Fortune 500 y desarrolla seminarios en toda America del Norte. Todos los anos se presenta ante una amplia variedad de audiencias, entre las que se incluyen atletas profesionales, organizaciones gubernamentales, personal militar y lideres empresariales. Tambien se desempena como presentador del programa radial nacional Love Talk, El Dr. Parrott ha participado en USA Toda, Wall Street Journal y New York Times. Sus numerosas apariciones televisivas incluyen The View, The O'Reilly Factor, CNN, Good Morning America y Oprah. Para Mas infomacion, contactarse con www.RealRelationship.com.From Publishers Weekly:
Reading a Parrott book is like listening to a wise, trusted friend help you sort out your problems with warmth and compassion. In this instance, the problem is regret, which the author believes can serve as a springboard to a better life once it's dealt with effectively. Parrott, a bestselling CBA author and clinical psychology professor at Seattle Pacific University, leads readers through a series of practical steps toward a regret-free life, culminating in a deeper appreciation for God's grace. He clearly presents the faith-based material through his seemingly effortless writing style, conversational tone, innate sense of structure and frequent use of fresh anecdotes. He's also vulnerable, exposing some of his own regrets. In fact, his personal experiences, coupled with the regrets he has heard others express, prompted him to write Shoulda ("I decided I'd regret it if I didn't write this book," he quips). The first of three sections indirectly defines the potential audience: "Every honest human has regrets," he writes in "We All Have Regrets." A second section, "When Regret Turns Toxic," deals with issues such as shame and blaming others, while the third, "Living Without Regret," promises to put an end to feelings of defeat and false guilt. Each of the 12 chapters ends with questions for reflection, and a number of self-assessment tests are sprinkled throughout.
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Descripción Vida, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0829742301
Descripción Vida, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0829742301