For years, clinical psychologist Dr. Jerome Blass practiced individual, family, and marital therapy, as well as educational psychology. He recorded his observations and insights into human behavior in his weekly newspaper column; now he shares his wisdom with the world. The Family Counselor is a compilation of more than eight hundred of Blass s columns published over a 21-year period in the Jewish Standard, a northern New Jersey weekly newspaper. Dr. Blass uses warmth and empathy to help readers understand and deal with common individual and family problems. He covers a wide range of topics, including child-rearing, family relationships, divorce, death, illness, habits and hang-ups, and social and educational problems. Dr. Blass explains the psychology behind why we think, feel, and behave the way we do, offering practical advice for dealing with a wide variety of life s problems and challenges. Whether you re struggling with disciplining your children, trying to fi nd time for your spouse, or dealing with emotional turmoil, Dr. Blass advocates a rational and common sense approach, and will help guide you through life s obstacles, large and small.Some insist that the pain will eventually disappear as continued running strengthens the bones and the muscles in spite of ... In many cultures including our own the athlete is popularly as regarded as a hero who, in complete disregard ofhis pain, ... Sportscasters make it a point of emphasizing during the Olympics that a certain athlete is participating in spite of a ... The suffering hero image contains elements of great drama and when that athlete goes on to win the gold medal in spite ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Family Counselor|
|Author||:||Jerome H. Blass, Phd|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2012-04|