“I wrote this book as a consequence of being obsessed, I would say, with the insanity of the Cold War. It struck me in the ’80s, and I suppose in the late ’70s, that the fact that two armed camps had appeared in the world, each of which was poised to destroy the other utterly, and themselves at the same time, was a problem of such paramount importance that nothing else was worth thinking about.”
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“I wrote my book because from as far back as I can remember, I treasured my alone time. And I love to travel, so I set out to answer the question: What might the benefits of being alone and traveling alone be, if any?”
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“My book is a memoir entitled THE TERRIBLE, and THE TERRIBLE is my real-life story. I wrote a memoir by mistake. I intended to write a work of fiction, and when I sat down to write this work of fiction, everything that came out was true.”
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“What inspired me to write GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY is that most people come to psychotherapy trying to get out of their own way. Itâ€™s the greatest block to their success, their happiness, their wellbeing, to living a life they wonâ€™t regret, when they get to the end of it.”
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