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|Title: Get a Grip: Take Control of the Things That Are Controlling You|
By: Douglas Weiss
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Charisma House
Publication Date: 2006
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
Stock No: WW59897
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Striving to overcome our worst behaviors with sheer willpower with or by repressing them does not work, they keep popping back up and biting us. But there is hope.
In this is no-nonsense, relevant book, Douglas Weiss, who has made a career of "telling it like it is." Helps readers identify and discern the sources of their worse behaviors. Using stories, case studies, personal experience, Scripture, and anecdotes, he makes strong points about emotional and psychological roots and the need for change.
Douglas Weiss, Ph.D. is a sought-after internationally known speaker on marriage, recovery and mens issues. As a communicator for more than 15 years, Dr. Doug entertains and educates audiences with his profoundly direct yet unique personal style. His list of media appearances includes Oprah, Good Morning America, Phil Donahue, Sally Jesse Raphael, The 700 Club, James Robisons Life Today and numerous others. LifeTime Network has made a movie based on his practice, which specializes in sexually compulsive behaviors. He has appeared in numerous newspaper and magazine articles including a cover story for New Man magazine. He is also the host of TBNs Winning @ Marriage television game show.
Dr. Doug is the executive director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center where couples and individuals visit from all over the world for counseling and 3-day intensives. Dr. Doug graduated from United Wesleyan College with his Bachelors of Arts degree. He received a double Masters degree in Divinity and in Marriage and Family Counseling at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He received his PhD in Psychology at Northcentral University and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Lisa and their two children Hadassah and Jubal.