A Doctor’s Excruciating Experience [Through the Incredible Life of His Wife Sylvia]
byJohn M. Gullo
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It is axiomatic that we feel the way we think. So the cause of grief and depression (or any upsetness for that matter) is to identity the halitosis of the mind, aka stinking thinking, and replace these thoughts with adaptive, logical beliefs.
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About the Book
Dr. John Gullo effectively discloses his fifty-one-year soul mate relationship with his wife, Sylvia, in a compelling manner. Upon marriage, his wife, Sylvia, had four children aged six to thirteen. Dr. Gullo’s personal and vast professional experience leaves no doubt as to his knowledge and expertise in efficiently dealing with and resolving excruciating grief. This book does not nibble at the edges of grief—it goes to the heart. Proven practical methods allow you to become emotionally stronger.
Competent sought-after answers to grief (backed by hundreds of research studies in rational emotive behavior therapy) are provided in down-to-earth language.
About the Author
Dr. John M. Gullo is a clinical psychologist with over fifty-plus years of experience. He practices rational emotive behavior therapy. Dr. Gullo, with famous coauthor Dr. Albert Ellis, published the book Murder and Assassination in 1971 and several other publications. He resides in the Tampa, Florida, area.