Sampson and Delilah by Arthur P. Day

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"No life is perfect. It consist of challenges and struggles that define identity and purpose. In Life's Lessons, author David Nozick uses the stories of his life to educate others in the art of survival and in being tru to their core identity.

Life's Lessons contains highlights of both Nozick's personal life and his professional life as a clinical psychologist with a carrer spanning thirty-nine years. Focusing on personal growth, this memoir includes the many lessons he learned as a result of personal failures and mistakes during his lifetime. He tells of growing up in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada;working as a psychologist; being a parent to three sons; experiencing the painful breakdown of his marriage; living in the world of a single man; and travelling the world.

Personal and candid, Life's Lessons offers a unique perspective of inner thoughts, feelings and values of a clinical psychologist battling his own inner demons. As a result of his own treatment and self-analysis, Nozick formulates a series of life's lessons that benefit any person brave enough to examine the purpose and meaning of their life."

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Published May 25, 2012 by iUniverse. 310 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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