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LOVE Cafe Live with Scott Cluthe : Eric Maisel- Overcoming Your Difficult Family

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Live Wednesday at 5 PM CST-6 EST- 4 MSt - 3 PST Eric Maisel, Ph.D., joins Scott Cluthe to discuss Overcoming Your Difficult Family from New World Library.

Many of the difficult people you encounter in daily life can be avoided, but what if they’re family members? What if the difficult person is a parent, a sibling, one of your children, or your mate? In Overcoming Your Difficult Family, life coach and retired family therapist Eric Maisel offers useful strategies for dealing with the people you’re connected to for life, even when they are not cooperative. Dr. Maisel tackles the problematic aspects of families, describing eight vital skills to help you cope with challenging relationships. The book also serves as a unique “field guide” to common types of dysfunctional families — authoritarian families, anxious families, addicted families, and more — and how to thrive despite those dynamics. By following Dr. Maisel’s battle-tested advice, you’ll learn to maintain inner peace in the midst of family chaos and create a better life for your whole family.

About Eric Maisel, PhD : Eric Maisel, PhD, is the author of more than forty works of nonfiction and fiction and is widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach. He trains creativity coaches nationally and internationally and provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association. Eric is a print columnist for Professional Artist magazine and a blogger for Fine Art America and Psychology Today. In 2012 he developed natural psychology, the new psychology of meaning. His books include Coaching the Artist Within, Rethinking Depression and other works.

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