The Parallax by Donald R. Rickert PhD
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"We’ve all been there—times when tumultuous events collide with our lives, sending us down an uncertain path of anger, fear, confusion, and despair. What exactly is the secret to effectively managing these difficult situations when they arise?

In The Parallax, Donald Rickert, PhD, relies on his extensive teaching and research experience as he shares a compelling story of restitution and forgiveness with the goal of teaching others, through his characters’ examples, how to effectively manage change and improve personal effectiveness. As Atlanta police captain Francis Ryan Beck and his wife, Sarah, celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary in a cabin in the Colorado Rockies, catastrophic world events interrupt their plans and force a reexamination of their relationship. As Frank and Sarah learn to see things differently, they not only begin changing their self-limited paradigms, but also begin affecting those around them in profound ways.

The Parallax provides hope and helps others discover their own personal stories, ultimately enabling the kind of positive change that encourages a new way of looking at life and those we love."
 

About Donald R. Rickert PhD

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Donald Rickert is a professor at St. Louis College of Pharmacy and an adjunct professor at Washington University School of Medicine’s Health Behavior Research Division. His teaching and research focuses on managing change and improving personal effectiveness. He resides in St. Louis, Missouri; this is his first book.
 
Published September 26, 2011 by AbbottPress. 116 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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