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Cheaper Than Therapy - How to keep life's small problems from becoming big ones...The Lesson of the Paper Clips by Gina Greenlee

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ISBN is 9781593302924 / 1593302924

Cheaper Than Therapy: How to Keep Life's Small Problems from Becoming Big Ones    by Greenlee, Gina

Publisher:  Aventine Press, 2005

Edition:  Hardcover

First edition, NEW, 104 pages

Language: English

 

 

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This is the first in a series of inspirational/motivational gift books that use inanimate objects as metaphors for enhancing the way we live. In this lighthearted look at personal problem solving patterns, "Cheaper Than Therapy: How to Keep Life's Small Problems from Becoming Big Ones" illustrates "The Lesson of the Paper Clips." Gina Greenlee uses playful images of pliant paper clips to show how choosing what seems to be the easy way out of life's small problems often results in bigger, more overwhelming ones. When paper clips hook onto each other and wind up tangled on our desks, Gina invites us to examine our interaction with these modest fragments of wire to uncover the metaphor for transforming how we live. "Cheaper Than Therapy: How to Keep Life's Small Problems from Becoming Big Ones" is a whimsical yet thought provoking handbook for everyone who wants to become more skilled at handling whatever life brings their way.

Biography    

 Gina Greenlee is a Manhattan native. Lives in Southwest Florida. Traveled around the world solo. Have lived in seven states, two countries and on two continents. Wrote nine books. Card-carrying member of R.A.L.P.H. - The Royal Association for the Longevity and Preservation of "The Honeymooners." Failed 10th grade geometry; aced graduate school statistics. Was a vegetarian for 18 years until I woke up one morning screaming, "Tuna!" Ran three marathons. Would eat an avocado a day if I could find truly ripe ones with no bruises or strings...and someone to slice them for me.