Now I Get It! Totally Sensational Advice for Living and Loving

Are you a person who revels in exercising your curiosity - often spending hours wondering about how and why people behave the way they do? Do you have limited time but unlimited thirst for knowledge about a wide range of topics, especially self-improvement, communication skills, intimate relationships, parenting dilemmas, and dozens of others? Great ... you’re in for a treat.

Parker, CO, January 02, 2007 --( Now I Get It! a collection of columns written by psychologist and author Dr. Sapadin, is packed with inspiring advice, extraordinary insights and poignant stories that readers will cherish and long remember. This beautifully written book teaches profound lessons for living and loving in a clever, easygoing, and deceptively simple format.

The book is organized into 6 areas:

Personal Growth – Investing in your own growth is always a good idea.
Sample Chapter: One or Two Whines a Day, Max.

Communication – To be understood by another, we need to be able to communicate so that the other person ‘gets’ us.
Sample Chapter: Speaking So You’re Taken Seriously.

Intimate Relationships – We fall in love; love is blind. Sooner or later, we regain our sight; then what?
Sample Chapter: Couples in Conflict: Women’s Version, Men’s Version, The Way Out.

The Art of Parenting – Parenting is more art than science. But like art, we need to acquire the skills that give rise to great performance.
Sample Chapter: Entitled Kids, Defensive Parents.

Dealing With Difficult People - Fasten your seat belts; you may be in for a bumpy ride!
Sample Chapter: How to Argue With a Difficult Person.

The Change Process – You may receive the best advice but if you do nothing about it, what good does it do you?
Sample Chapter: Can People Really Change?

About the Author:

Dr. Linda Sapadin is a psychologist, author, columnist, as well as an inspirational speaker. Impressed with her sharp insights and her timely and timeless advice, the Chicago Sun-Times seriously considered her as a replacement for Ann Landers when Ms. Landers left to join the staff at the Chicago Tribune.

Dr. Sapadin has appeared on national media, including the Today Show, Good Morning America, National Public Radio, and the Voice of America, and has been an invited speaker at the Smithsonian and the American Psychological Association.

Her work has been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, Newsday, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times, as well as Cosmopolitan, Self, First, Ladies’ Home Journal, Prevention, Fitness, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Men’s Health and other national publications.

Dr. Sapadin is also the author of:
• Master Your Fears: How to Triumph over Your Worries and Get on with Your Life (Wiley, 2004, also published in Korean).
• It’s About Time! The 6 Styles of Procrastination and How to Overcome Them (Viking/Penguin, 1996, also published in Japanese).
• Beat Procrastination and Make the Grade The 6 Styles of Procrastination and How Students Can Overcome Them (Penguin, 1997)
• 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life (Vol. 2) Chapter on “Overcoming Resistance – What’s Stopping You?” ( Publishers, 2006)

Author Contact
19 Cloverfield Rd.
Valley Stream, NY 11581
516 791-2780.

Book Statistics
ISBN: 1-59800-887-0
Retail Price: $15.95
Size and Format: 6x9, Perfect Bound
Page Count: 203
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Outskirts Press, Inc.
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