168: Breaking Free


Topic: Wes Bertrand joins me to discuss Nathaniel Branden's book, Breaking Free. Wes is currently doing on series on this book on Complete Liberty Podcast.

"Do you believe you're worthless? Ineffectual? Mediocre? Helpless? Nathaniel Branden, best selling author of The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem introduces a revolutionary method to show you how repressed feelings and forgotten past experiences may have shaped your current sense of self.

Breaking Free introduces 22 key questions designed to break down repressive barriers.

Questions such as:
Were you taught to be an independent thinker, or encouraged to be obedient? Were you free to express your fears openly, without fear of punishment? Did your parents' behavior towards you make you feel guilty? Were you taught to have a healthy and positive attitude toward sex and toward your own body?

Through dramatized case studies, Branden reveals how responding to these key questions can expose you to new ways of thinking about yourself and your past. Breaking Free will liberate you from your inhibitions and allow you to have a greater sense of yourself and your true potential.." -GoodReads.com

Complete Liberty Episode 165 - Breaking Free, part 1
Complete Liberty Episode 167 - Breaking Free, part 2
Complete Liberty Episode 170 - Breaking Free, part 3
Complete Liberty Episode 171 - Breaking Free, part 4
Complete Liberty Episode 172 - Breaking Free, part 5

This is an edited version the 10-18-12 Ustream-only live show. School Sucks is live on the Liberty Radio Network and UStream Thursdays at 10pm EST.

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