The #1 bestseller "Self Matters" sets the groundwork for establishing a new way of thinking and talking about the self. More than just a workbook or a journal, this companion book is the ideal tool to help readers continue their journey.The #1 bestseller "Self Matters" sets the groundwork for establishing a new way of thinking and talking about the self. More than just a workbook or a journal, this companion book is the ideal tool to help readers continue their journey.Read Less
Publishers Weekly, 2002-10-01 For this handsome volume, the truth truly is in the title: it's the sidekick to "Dr. Phil's" bestselling Self Matters. The author asks readers to re-read chapters from his previous book before doing the exercises in this one; hence, without a copy of Self Matters, this workbook won't do much good. Disappointingly-and despite its fairly high price-this book is half empty (it leaves space for the reader to scribble answers to its questions) and needlessly repetitive. The exercises themselves ask solid, garden-variety questions (typical examples include lingering ellipses such as, "I am happiest when... " and "A time when I felt really special to someone was when I... "). McGraw's many avid fans may want to consider making a smaller investment by purchasing a plain notebook and doing the exercises in Self Matters on their own. (Sept. 17) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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