Author(s): George Dieter
Approach life with a boundary focus and discover that nobody can 'make' you feel or do anything; only you are responsible for you feel. You will be able to switch your rational brain on, and your emotional brain off, when making decisions or facing challenges. And you are far better placed to minimise stress. By implementing boundaries so that you take responsibility only for yourself we will lessen interper- sonal conflict, and greatly enhance your feelings of contentment, ful- fillment and balance.
This book provides a refreshing new take on concepts like 'self', 'me' and 'boundaries'. George Dieter challenges traditional thinking with new perspectives that redefine the neural networks in new directions. His conceptualization leads to new insights in understanding conflict, relationships and ultimately self-empowerment. He moves smoothly between big picture concepts and neuroscience - from cognitions to emotions and how a strategy for life can be found in a fresh understanding of the self. -- Dr Pieter Rossouw
George Dieter has a Masters degree in the psychology of coaching, a Masters degree in psychology, and a law degree. He is currently the principal psychologist at a private practice specialising in relationship, child and adolescent counselling. George has presented papers at national and international conferences, as well as authoring a publication on issues confronting the juvenile justice system. He lives on the NSW Central Coast.