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Psychotherapist Rick Carson's 1983 book "Taming Your Gremlin" (Quill), was a surprisingly whimsical and popular self-help book. He joins Diane to talk about the new updated edition and how to experience greater peace and satisfaction, and understand the difference between who you are and your own beliefs about who you are.
- Rick Carson Psychotherapist and author of "Taming Your Gremlin: A Surprisingly Simple Method for Getting Out of Your Own Way" (Quill)
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