Top 10 Things We Can't Blame the Recession On

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Failing marriages, behavioral issues and isolation. Are they really byproducts of the economic fallout? Psychologist and life coach Ron Frederick, Ph.D., says the recession isn't the culprit for all that's wrong in our lives.

Minneapolis, MN August 16, 2009 -- Is the Economy Being Used As an Excuse?

According to Dr. Frederick, many of us felt that something was missing long before the economy began to fall apart, and despite how comfortable our lives may have been, we still felt dissatisfied. But there is good news: each day offers an opportunity to get back to - and rediscover - what truly matters in our lives. Dr. Ron Frederick - whom FOX News Radio called the "Fear and Phobia Counselor" - discusses how we can use our feelings to move forward to a better place.

He explains:

  • How to beak through the fear that keeps you from feeling alive, vital and closer to others.
  • Why having more wealth and material things - is not necessarily better.
  • How to use the wisdom of your feelings to deal more productively with life's challenges.
  • How to recognize the top 10 terrible physical consequences of suppressing your feelings.

And more.

CREDENTIALS: Ronald Frederick, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist, life coach and speaker who has appeared on several talk shows including FOX News Radio. In addition to being the author of LIVING LIKE YOU MEAN IT, he's cofounder of the Center for Courageous Living, senior faculty member of the Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy Institute and the clinical supervisor of Park House, an outpatient program of Minneapolis' Abbott Northwestern Hospital.

AVAILABILITY: Minneapolis, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Dr. Ron Frederick, (612) 926-8149 (MN)


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