HEWLETT, N.Y. (PRWEB) November 05, 2021
Pamela Greenbaum, a renowned educator who specializes in developmental patterns for early childhood education, has extensive experience in analytics and in developing psychological paradigms for human living, and has worked with parents regarding children’s issues—such as bullying, self-worth, and friendship—while fostering the expansion of underprivileged children’s minds since 2005 in an elementary after-school program in Hewlett, New York, and Dr. Robert Wolf, a psychotherapist specializing in working with children, adolescents, and couples who has coauthored thirteen books, hosted a radio show on 620 AM for fourteen years, and has been speaking for twenty-five years regarding childhood trauma, marital issues, and genetic predispositions in predicting personality development and Primary Needs, have completed their new book “Ready, Set, Go! 17 Primary Needs to Create a New Life”: a thought-provoking work offering a guide to creating new, positive patterns with the potential to bring the peace, serenity, and happiness craved by readers from all walks of life.
“Ready, Set, Go!” is the first book to expand on Abraham Maslow’s Primary Needs. This book presents the seventeen Primary Needs—each person has six to nine of them from the earliest stages of life—and tackles how to get them filled. These needs include being valued, being visible, being secure, being independent, plus thirteen more. This book also describes how most people spend their lives being filled with Pseudo-Fillers such as vacations, dining, social media, shopping, and so on. Only by discovering our Primary Needs can we live peaceful, rewarding, and satisfying lives and create New Beginnings resulting in a happy, healthy, and fulfilled life.
Published by Page Publishing, Pamela Greenbaum and Dr. Robert Wolf’s engrossing book is an excellent choice for avid self-help readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Ready, Set, Go! 17 Primary Needs to Create a New Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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