Thursday, October 15, 2009

Free Book for Everyone - from David Richo, Ph.D.

In my recent post of Tuesday, October 13th entitled, Some Things You Cannot Change, I featured a little taste of the work of David Richo, Ph.D on some of the existential realities of life. 


If you go to his website, http://www.davericho.com/, you will find that he offers the download of a free 'book' there.  The e-book is entitled, Human Becoming:  Practical Steps to Self-Respect and Compassionate Relationships.  It is a collection of excerpts from the many books of  Dr. Richo (see below) approximately 85 pages in length.  You can download, print and share any sections from this book.


David Richo, Ph.D., M.F.T., is a psychotherapist, teacher,
workshop leader, and writer who works in Santa Barbara and
San Francisco California. He combines Jungian, transpersonal,
and mythic perspectives in his work.


Books by David Richo:


HOW BE TO AN ADULT IN RELATIONSHIPS
Shambhala, 2002


SHADOW DANCE:
LIBERATING THE POWER AND CREATIVITY
OF YOUR DARK SIDE
Shambhala, 1999


THE FIVE THINGS WE CANNOT CHANGE
AND THE HAPPINESS WE FIND
BY EMBRACING THEM
Shambhala, 2005


THE POWER OF COINCIDENCE:
HOW LIFE SHOWS US WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW
Shambhala, 2007


EVERYDAY COMMITMENTS:
CHOOSING A LIFE OF LOVE, REALISM, AND ACCEPTANCE
Shambhala, 2007


WHEN THE PAST IS PRESENT:
HEALING THE EMOTIONAL WOUNDS THAT SABOTAGE OUR RELATIONSHIPS
Shambhala, 2008


WISDOM'S WAY:
QUOTATIONS FOR CONTEMPLATION
Human Development Books, 2008


MAKING LOVE LAST:
HOW TO SUSTAIN INTIMACY AND NURTURE CONNECTION
Set of CD’s of a workshop: Shambhala, 2008


BEING TRUE TO LIFE:
POETIC PATHS TO PERSONAL GROWTH
Shambala, December 2009

8 comments:

  1. Wow! Thanks Bonnie! I will definitely go and download a copy. I can always use a little psychology to get through my day....week....life. :p) Hope you are well. Hugs, B

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  2. He sounds fascinating, Bonnie. And I find it very hard to resist free stuff (a strait my wife blames on my Scottish ancestors).

    So I'm off to download. Thanks.

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  3. Barbara: Thanks for popping in. Have a great weekend.

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  4. Barry: Hey cousin - my ancestors are Scottish too - how could they not be with a name like Bonnie MacEwan! Enjoy the 'book'.

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  5. I'm liking the title "The Power of Coincidence"...I don't believe there is such a thing as a "coincidence" but I do believe that the experiences happen. I'll be interested in checking this out (hope my library has it!) to see what his take is on it.

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  6. I cant find the site thru your link Bonnie. It goes to a place where they are selling holidays and stuff :))

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  7. Turquoise: Thanks for telling me. I have changed it to davericho.com instead of davidricho.com and it works. Let me know if you have any more problems!

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