I wanted to make the plot engaging; containing a story with interesting elements in its own right, to try to communicate these great truths.
(PRWEB) November 08, 2012
After spending a great deal of time with many individuals in both his personal and professional life who suffered from depression, author and executive coach Ted Scott decided to expand and share his knowledge of psychology in a less traditional way.
Researching and learning from positive psychologists, Scott resolved to try and integrate the principles of positive psychology and Buddhism in a way that might be helpful for those suffering depression. The result of his research and education was his fictional narrative, Froth and Goblets.
Froth and Goblets is a captivating story about a princess who seemingly has it all but struggles with her own depression. Scott gives readers a touching tale of a father who will do anything to alleviate the pain that his daughter is feeling.
After conventional treatments fail, a Buddhist sage helps her deal with her condition using basic Buddhist techniques.
“It has always seemed to me that the greatest truths are disseminated by parable and metaphor. That is why I chose to write Froth and Goblets in the form of a narrative,” says Scott.
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About the author
Ted Scott has worked as a senior executive and an executive coach. His interests include spirituality and psychology. Along with his book, Froth and Goblets, Scott is also the author of Augustus Finds Serenity and Yu the Dragon Tamer and he co-authored Humanity at Work with Dr. Phil Harker.