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Table of Contents For Making Molehills Out of  Mountains

TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOR MAKING MOLEHILLS OUT
OF MOUNTAINS

Introduction

Part 1:
Reclaiming Your Personal Power
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Part 2:
Pinpointing the Issue
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Part 3:
Acceptance
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4

Part 4:
Unmet Emotional
Needs
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3

Part 5:
Appreciation
Chapter 1
Chapter 2

Part 6:
Power and Control
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3


Part 7:
Making Molehills Out of Mountains
Chapter 1

Part 8:
Conclusion
Chapter 1


REVIEWS OF MAKING MOLEHILLS OUT OF MOUNTAINS


Reviewed by Bonnie Perkins

I discovered Making Molehills Out of Mountains at a very low point in my life—and what a difference it has made for me and my family. I was feeling overwhelmed, having just given birth, starting a new business, and continuing with my education. Needless to say my family had taken a backseat to everything else and the wear and tear was starting to show. Making Molehills Out of Mountains was a God-send to me! Nothing about this book was simple yet Dr. Frisch’s words were easy to understand and apply to all of my long-suffering relationships. I would say what I got most from this book was renewed hope born from the confidence I developed by mastering the skills that Dr. Frisch outlined in this book. It’s amazing how much better my relationships have become as I began to feel better about myself. I would recommend this book to people at ALL levels of a relationship including those who are not yet married. This book is the next best thing to having him as your personal therapist.


Reviewed by Larry Elkins

Dr. Frisch is steps ahead of the rest of us in sorting out what is really going on in relationships. Everyone with a relationship problem can benefit from the concrete, authoritative help offered by Making Molehills Out of Mountains.  This book is full of helpful tips, important relationship skills, and helpful insight into what the underlying dynamics of a relationship are. This book is designed to facilitate understanding of ourselves, our actions, beliefs, fears, expectation, etc. The more we know about ourselves, the better the choices and decisions we can make about our relationships. Dr. Frisch’s advice is straight forward, no sugar coating to make you feel better. Dr. Frisch is adamant the secret to getting a relationship back on track—the focus should be on you rather than your partner. You'll learn that each person must own up to his or her part of the problem and how to bloodlessly solve the problems that exist in your relationships. A Must Read for anyone in any kind of relationship, whether problems already exist or you want to take preventative steps from  problems popping up.


Reviewed by Anita Hersey

I highly recommended Making Molehills Out of Mountains for those who truly want that special relationship to work! This would be a great book for new couples to read together, not just before they are in crisis, but as a way staying out of crisis. For those in a troubled relationship, you might want to read this yourself first, and work on your own issues. Dr. Frisch has a directness that can be intimidating to some - but for some of us, we need that extra push. This book is on my must have list for newlyweds as well as those in trouble.


Reviewed by Barry Hawkins

One of the finest things in life is to have a great relationship with other people. Making Molehills Out of Mountains gives you the necessary background to move in that direction. The book is extremely well structured for easy use both as a book and as a workbook. The process involved is a good one. The steps are extensive, but you can take them in bite-sized amounts. Before you are done, you will be sharing what you have done with your partner. I have to believe that anyone who was told that their partner had been working on these questions and exercises would be very impressed by the commitment to the relationship that this effort represented. It can help overcome a lot of thoughtlessness that may have preceded that sharing.


Reviewed by Joyce Harrington

Making Molehills Out of Mountains
can help you and your partner beat the odds and master the skills that can empower you to resolve the inevitable problems associated with any relationship. The most important thing I got from this book was the confidence to be able to discuss issues safely and directly. I now better understand how to listen without judging. I can’t tell you how much just that one skill has changed my life!


Reviewed by Ray Vukovich

Thank you Dr. Frisch! You have taught me what no previous amount of failures in my relationships could teach me—that is how to let go of the power struggles that I created and how to be truthful with the people in my life. For problems that were so big in my life, your solutions were so simple to understand and apply. Making Molehills Out of Mountains is a must read for anybody confounded by how to begin enjoying their relationships rather than merely enduring them!

 



Dr. Steve Frisch, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in
Chicago, Illinois and Northfield, Illinois.

You can contact Dr. Frisch, Psy.D. at drfrisch@aliveandwellnews.com  or at
(847) 604-3290.

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