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Wishcraft: How to Get What You Really Want

by Sher, Barbara

Condition: NEAR FINE / Very Good-


NY: Viking, 1979. (1st edition). Hardbound. NEAR FINE / Very Good-. As new except for faint foxing to top, exterior page edges and slight softening to spine ends. Dust jacket is intact and unclipped but has faded spine, a faint stain at top of spine, light age soil and 2 tiny rips on top edge. "exercises to uncover your individual tastes and talents, to discard the myths you've been told about yourself, and to shake off the burden of past mistakes, so you can get on with your future...Practical techniques for solving problems and acquiring skills, information, and contacts...Commonsense strategies for coping with fear, depression, and laziness...Expert help for riding out emotional storms and getting the support you need for risk taking..." 278 pages ISBN: 0670776084.


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