Go Right and You'll Never Go Wrong

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When I left psychiatry to care for my children, I decided to write down the salient points from my years in practice. My hope was to capture the take-home lessons from my time in the trenches so I could share them with my kids as they grew older. What follows are the rules of the human condition as I've seen them.
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Words: 12,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452433158
About Michael Mefford

Michael Mefford was born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1969. He was educated at the University of South Carolina and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. His psychiatric training included three years at the William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute in Columbia where he served as Assistant Chief Resident and Chief Resident. He specialized in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio. Michael currently lives in Florida with his family.

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Review by: Jason McIntyre on Aug. 20, 2010 :
Some great insight here. Basic ideas, yes, but Mike expounds on them in a very down-to-earth, relatable way. I'm not quite young enough, but I want Mike to be my adopted dad for a few months to get access to more of these lessons.
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Review by: Meredith Moore on March 10, 2010 :
Excellent, down-to-earth guide for dealing with some common problems.
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Review by: Milenia Chung on Dec. 18, 2009 : (no rating)
Mr. Mefford does a great job speaking to the inner adolescent in all of us regarding where we can go wrong in our lives. With practical tips about how to approach life's common problems (dealing with responsibility, falling out of love, imprisoning yourself by being a hypercritical person) the author provides realistic examples of how we can fulfill realistic expectations. Thank you for providing this insightful guide, written with lighthearted forgiveness of our own worst faults.
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