Breaking Free by Nathaniel Branden
1. When you were a child, did your parents' manner of behaving and of dealing with you give you the impression that you were living in a world that was rational, predictable, and intelligible? Or a world that was bewildering, contradictory, incomprehensible, unknowable?
2. Were you taught the importance of learning to think, the importance of developing your mind, the importance of becoming a rational being? Did your parents provide you with intellectual stimulation and convey the idea that the use of your mind can be an exciting pleasure?
Explore your subconscious emotional psychology
Participate in my group therapy program:
"Parents most potent tool of teaching is through example" N.B.
bumper music "Waltz in C-sharp minor" by Frederic Chopin
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