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Be Your Own Therapist by Thayer White

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Be Your Own Therapist
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Publisher: Purple Paradox Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0964337584
ISBN-13: 9780964337589
Number of pages: 262

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This online self help book is authored by licensed psychotherapist Thayer White, and can aid people of average mental health make many psychological changes in their lives. Positive therapeutic changes happen most often as the result of pointing one's mind in more effective directions (perhaps towards changing certain emotions, one's body, one's spirituality, etc).

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