Synopses & Reviews
Holocaust survivor, Dr. Erica Miller, shares her five core beliefs that she acquired throughout her colorful life. This book offers an engaging combination of personal recollections and self-help guidance.
From her experience as a refugee during the Holocaust to her time in the Israeli Air Force, Dr. Miller witnessed the dark side of humanity. Yet, rather than becoming bitter over these trials, she has chosen to live life with an optimistic spirit, determined to overcome any obstacle that dares to impede her path.Also, Dr. Miller candidly discusses her experience raising two children while attending graduate school. Her determination to live "life according to Erica," while incorporating the lessons she's learned along the way, makes "Don't Tell Me I Can't Do It" a persuasive book that encourages readers to live life in the present. "Live life today. The past is gone. The future might never be." This quote is one of the five core beliefs that encompasses Dr. Miller's philosophy. The power of optimism and self-reliance is what she uses to help get her clients back on track in therapy, and the same message is shared with readers and audiences alike.