Life, Love, Lessons Learned: Helping Others Learn to Love Themselves

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Rosenthal shows the importance of self-love and self-discovery in life in new book

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An unexamined life is not worthy living.

Loving and believing in oneself is often overlooked for differences and negatives, but that is a self-destructive road that no one should take.

In “I Want To Know What Love Is,” author Saul Rosenthal gives an autobiographical account of his traumatic childhood, array of emotional problems, addictions, self-therapy and a study of the different types of love and their healing powers. Rosenthal holds nothing back when talking of his own demons and hopefully leaving something behind for others with similar emotional and addictive problems.

“I want to leave something of value to others with emotional and addictive problems,” Rosenthal said. “An unexamined life is not worth living.”

Rosenthal is a retired English professor from Indiana State University and has written three other in-depth psychological books.

“Life is a journey of self-discovery and self-love,” Rosenthal said. “Without self-love, how can one truly love others?”

“I Want To Know What Love Is”
By Saul Rosenthal
ISBN: 978-1-5049-6685-6
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author

Saul Rosenthal is a retired English professor, having taught at three Midwest universities. In addition to being an author and journalist, he has written a dozen plays, several of which have won awards in national competitions.

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