Synopses & Reviews
Is Goldilocks a manipulator?
Do Hansel and Gretel have abandonment issues?
And what happens after "happily ever after" anyway?
Therapist Sue Gallehugh and her son Allen adapt classic fairy tales to illustrate the fundamental principles of self-love through mental health and psychological growth. Through wit and humor, these tales tackle serious issues such as anger, isolation, taking responsibility, bitterness, labeling, emotional boundaries, staying connected, abandonment, manipulation, fear and forgiveness. This little gem of a book cuts through the dreary mire of conventional self-help books to help you discover real solutions to the common problems that prevent us from growing.
You'll laugh out loud while reading "The Low Self-Esteem Duckling," "Cinderella, Inc.," "Little Red in the Hood," "Jack the Beanstalker," "The Third Little Pig" and more. A truly delightful book!
About the Author
Sue Gallehugh, Ph.D., has been in private practice for the past 15 years and is director of the Trinity Counseling Center in Arlington, Texas. She is licensed by the state of Texas as a professional counselor and as a marriage and family therapist. Dr. Gallehugh conducts workshops on self-esteem, and teaches and lectures on a variety of mental health issues.Allen Gallehugh, M.B.A., is a writer with a degree in psychology from Baylor University and a Masters in Business Administration from Texas A&M University.