Loving Is Becoming Intimate With Your Real Self

by Dolan Andrews



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/4/1998

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : E-Book
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781420898286
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781420872217

About the Book

When we are depressed, heartbroken, confined, fearful, rejected or facing an illness, we often ask ourselves: ''Why me?'' Loving is Becoming is an attempt to answer that question. This book discloses a secret ''self'' within each of us, so well hidden, that even we are often unaware of it.

Understanding why we are the way we are, and why we do the things we do, gives us the power to change without putting ourselves in the hands of others. Knowing yourself is not a simple task. It can be frightening, and is probably therefore not high on your list of priorities. It is essential, nonetheless, if you are ever to find true love. You may have noticed that people who love themselves find it easy to love others and to accept love from others. Those of us who say we can''t find someone to love, generally don''t feel we are worth loving and being loved. We can change that.

Reading this book will challenge your mind, heart and soul. Your intellect, emotions and imagination are all called for because none of them alone can discover self. If you rely upon the ''scientific method,'' and doubt the reality of ''self, love, and God,'' you are in for a pleasant surprise.

Male and female intimacy and bonding is available to us all. No more walls, doubts or fear to separate us from ''becoming'' whole, loved and loving individuals. It''s all here for you without any gimmicks or tricks. ''Why Me?'' you may ask, and the answer to that question is very simply: ''Why not you?''

This is serious writing for serious readers. I hope you enjoy my book.

Dolan Andrews

About the Author

Dolan Andrews lives on an island in Puget Sound near Tacoma, Washington. When he''s not writing, he walks the beach, goes boating and fishing, clears forest, landscapes and thinks about stuff. ''I lived in the rat race for many years,'' Dolan comments, ''been there and done that, so I''m not coming out of left field, or space, or library research with LOVING IS BECOMING. I''m not a psychologist and don''t pretend to be one. I''m not religious, or a cultist or a philosopher. I''m just a person like you and I write. I don''t think I''m better or smarter or different than anyone else, so if you take exception to anything in this book, you are probably correct. I can always use a little help myself.