Finding and Accepting Yourself and Those Around You.
It is easy, in our busy world, to get caught up in day-to-day living and neglect the inner life. In 'Looking Inwards', psychologist Dr Peter O'Connor focuses his rare blend of insight, compassion and understanding on this inner world and reminds us of life's many facets.
In this moving collection of essays, all of which originally appeared in his 'Good Weekend' column, O'Connor explores our thought patterns, emotions and behaviours throughout life's journey. By examining such common themes as love, rage, jealousy, loss, birth, rebirth and the vicissitudes of ageing, he shows us how we can learn to live with our own quirks and shortcomings and those of the people around us.
Profound, thoughtful and inspiring, 'Looking Inwards' will help you reflect upon your life and will open up new paths towards self-acceptance and contentment.