by Dr. Batya L. Ludman
Published by Devora Publishing
Softcover, 368 pages
ISBN 13: 978-193-4440-57-5
Do you say what you mean and mean what you say?
How do you get your child to listen, live with your teenager and not turn gray overnight,
love your lover, succeed in marriage, deal with illness and aging, comfort the bereaved,
and cope with terror and war?
Life is a journey. Whether you are content with where you are, or you are ready to
take a detour, the choices you make along the way have a tremendous impact on
just how successful and self-fulfilled you are as you attempt to pursue your own
happiness, put meaning into your life and complete your journey.
In Life’s Journey: Exploring Relationships, Resolving Conflicts you’ll find answers
to some thought-provoking questions, get expert advice and have the opportunity
to do some homework as you explore issues with the premise that, as an active
participant, you can engender change and become the person you’d like to be.
Topics include managing stress, communicating effectively, pro-active parenting,
eating disorders, dealing with anger, coping with depression, trauma recovery,
facing fear, internet addiction, and the loss of a loved one.
About the author:
Dr. Batya L. Ludman is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than thirty years of clinical experience. Receiving her doctorate
from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University, she completed her internship and further postdoctoral
work in sex therapy at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Dr. Ludman has advanced certification in death education and counseling and writes an acclaimed psychology column for the Jerusalem Post.
Praise for Life's Journey:
"Dr. Batya Ludman’s sage, cogent, kind and sane psychological outlook/interventions permeate
her book: Life’s Journey: Exploring Relationships, Resolving Conflicts. Written in a style that is
beckoning, readable and erudite, I highly recommend this book to both laymen and therapists."
–Dr. Judith Guedalia, Director of the Neuropsychology Unit and Chief Psychologist at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem