Overcoming The Myth of Self-Worth:
Reason and Fallacy in What You Say to Yourself
by Richard L. Franklin
Overcoming The Myth of Self-Worth
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"This book is thoughtfully and provocatively written with many practical suggestions for teaching yourself to overreact less and accept yourself more in spite of adversity."
- Bill Borcherdt, ACSW, BCD, psychotherapist and marital counselor

"Franklin does a superb job of destroying the mythology surrounding the common problems of perfectionism, grandiosity, the dire need for approval, compulsions of all sorts, purposelessness, and neurotic depression."
- Robert Baker, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Kentucky

"By applying the findings of several kinds of psychological research, this splendid book will enable reader to teach themselves how to become more effective in pursuing their own objectives."
- Antony Lewis, internationally renowned philosopher, teacher and author

"Richard Franklin is a remarkably fine teacher of how people think, feel, and behave to hinder and help themselves and their associates. He zeroes in, with precision and skill, on their crooked thinking and self-defeating feelings and shows them how to use empirical, logical, and metaphorical reasoning to help themselves to change."
- Albert Ellis PhD, President of the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy