Author(s): Gordon Livingston
Bestselling author Gordon Livingston offers an urgently needed meditation on who best (and who best not) to love - and how best to love. His primary focus in this new book is on helping us to recognise in ourselves and in others, constellations of character traits and what those traits imply both with regard to compatibility and future conduct.
Gordon Livingston, MD, is a graduate of West Point and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. A psychiatrist and writer, he contributes regularly to the 'Washington Post', 'San Francisco Chronicle', 'Baltimore Sun', and Reader's Digest. He was awarded the Bronze Star for valour in Vietnam before going on to write his bestselling books. He lives and works in Columbia, Maryland. Previous Books: Only Spring: on mourning the death of my son; And Never Stop Dancing; Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart; Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart & And Never Stop Dancing bind up gift edition.