What if the things you imagine will make you happy won't--if what you really need is not what you think you need? Daniel Gottlieb (Letters to Sam) has produced an inspirational primer that takes us on an enlightening journey toward a sense of well-being. Gottlieb, who suffered a traumatic injury that left him a quadriplegic over 30 years ago, is uniquely qualified to offer wise counsel on the relationship between what we want and what we have. He offers his thoughts on breaking patterns and habits, calming the unquiet mind, reconnecting with our emotions and our bodies, living in the moment, discovering that ineffable "something" that defines who we are--and above all, the importance of love.
About the Author
In addition to his thriving psychotherapy practice, Daniel Gottlieb serves as the host of Voices in the Family, an award-winning mental health call-in show on Philadelphia's much-respected public radio station, WHYY. From 1993 to 2008, he wrote a highly regarded column for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and is the author of four other books. He lectures locally and nationally on a variety of topics affecting the well-being of people, families, and the larger community.