Learning from the Heart: Lessons on Living, Loving, and Listening | Dr. Dan Gottlieb: Speaker, Counselor, Human
In the nearly 30 years since the accident that made this radio personality and columnist a quadriplegic, Dan Gottlieb has developed a finely tuned quality of awareness that most people never achieve. He became an outsider among us—"like a foreign correspondent," as he puts it—and here, Dan shares his insights into what it means to be human. Written with humor, honesty, a gift for storytelling, and breathtaking compassion, Learning from the Heart looks at what divides as well as unites us: the problems of family life; difficulties confronting today's parents; challenges faced by the disabled and the aging; and issues of injustice that affect the way we understand the world and our lives. Reviews You have to love a self-help book that extols doing nothing: "The truth is," says Gottlieb, "if we become comfortable with who we are rather than who we think we should be, then we will be less insecure." As a therapist, Gottlieb frequently sees people who are convinced that changing themselves