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What do you see from a therapist’s chair? For more than 15 years, David Sabine, Ph.D., has occupied that chair, helping to transform the lives of his patients dealing with their grief, regret, sadness, fear and longing. Only later did he realize that working with them had also transformed him. Come sit for a while in Dr. Sabine’s chair, and listen with a careful ear as he reveals with pathos, shimmering clarity, and undeniable empathy the intimate stories of ten patients. You will hear the steady drumbeat of human courage. You will confront both the messiness and the heartbreaking beauty of being alive. Resonating with an affirmation of life, this is a book about the psychologist’s relationship to his patient. How he impacts the patient but, more importantly, how the patient impacts him. It touches the heartstrings, giving the reader a real sense of what goes on behind the necessarily detached exterior of the psychologist. It is about the unavoidable connection that occurs, the humanity that is revealed.

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