For the first time I published two eBooks for the Kindle-Reader. But you can also read it on your smartphone, your PC or your iPad with the free app.
“What Freud forgot to tell you about love, life and the rest”
That’s the title of the first book. It contains the best articles from this blog.
No simple tipps but articles which dig ab bit deeper for a better understanding of your every day problems. With drawings by me.
Table of Content
What Freud forgot to tell you?
Why is personal change often so hard?
Why many men stumble over the umbilical cord in their relationships.
“Why do I always fall in love with the wrong guy?”
Forget time-management! Time cannot be managed.
Suppose Steve Jobs would have been your coach …
The Sedona-method®: Four questions that make a change!
How couples manage to talk better with each other.
Live one day without any expectations.
Why your New Year’s resolutions will probably not work.
What type of father was your own father? And what type are you?
Letting go: it’s so hard for us sometimes – but there are ways …
About the author
The ebook contains 77 pages and is illustrated by me.
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One of my clients, Anna, is terrified of dogs. When she walks along the street and sees a dog coming from a distance she changes her direction and turns into a street if possible. Even if the dog is still 200 yards away. Mr. M. works in sales and has to do cold calls. That …
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