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Why Smart People Do the Same Dumb Things


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Why Smart People Do the Same Dumb Things: Causes & Cures from Buddhism & Science

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Break the Cycle of Repeated Mistakes

Why do you keep seeking answers in all the wrong places? Why does a smart person like you keep making the same dumb mistakes? What can you do about it? The answers to these and many other critical questions can be found in a mix of time-honored Buddhist principles and recent scientific discoveries. In Why Smart People Do the Same Dumb Things, veteran Hawai‘i psychologist Dr. Rosalie K. Tatsuguchi blends Eastern and Western thinking to help you realize your mistakes, correct them and move on to become a happier you. This unique self-help book is a powerful tool for both professionals and people who truly want to make meaningful changes in their lives.

Rosalie K. Tatsuguchi, Ph.D. has maintained a private practice in Honolulu since 1983. In addition to a Ph.D. in Psychology, Dr. Tatsuguchi has an M.Ed. in Educational Psychology and a B.A. in Philosophy and Asian History. A member of the American Psychological Association and certified by the Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, she counsels children and adults, including couples of many different ages, ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic levels and religious beliefs.

Softcover; 112 pp.
Author: Rosalie K. Tatsuguchi, Ph.D.
Release Date: May 2012

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