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Take Charge of Your Emotional Life

by Robert Langs

Condition: Very Good/Very Good - Near Fine


N.Y.: Henry Holt and Company, 1991. 182 pp includes index. Self-analysis day by day. Control the emotions that usually control you. Break the cycle of self-destructive behaviour. Ease the stresses of career and family. Dustjacket has very minimal wear. Not price clipped. White paper on boards binding with orange cloth spine is in excellent condition. Former owner's name written neatly on front free endpaper. Text is clean and unmarked. A great copy.. Stated first edition. HC and DJ. Very Good/Very Good - Near Fine. 8 1/2 x 5 3/4.




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