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What Your Childhood Memories Say About You

What Your Childhood Memories Say About You

Written by Kevin Leman

Narrated by Chris Fabry


What Your Childhood Memories Say About You

Written by Kevin Leman

Narrated by Chris Fabry

ratings:
4.5/5 (13 ratings)
Length:
6 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Sep 14, 2007
ISBN:
9781608144358
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Chris Fabry's narration flows so naturally that one forgets the author isn't the reader in this production. Fabry seems to offer just the inflections that Leman intends. As the author blends humor into his discussion of childhoods impact on adulthood, the listener can hear the smile on Fabry's face. Leman believes that understanding ones memories can help one improve ones self-image, make the most of oneÕs strengths, and overcome ones weaknesses. The key is which childhood days are remembered: evaluating the types of memories one returns to is revealing about personality and self-image. Woven into the mix is Leman's previous writing on birth order. Fabry's melodious reading makes a thought-provoking topic engaging
Publisher:
Released:
Sep 14, 2007
ISBN:
9781608144358
Format:
Audiobook

About the author

El Dr. Kevin Leman es fundador de MatchWise.com y autor de más de 25 libros acerca del matrimonio y la familia. Dr. Leman es un invitado frecuente en numerosas estasiones de radio y programas de television como. El Paisaje, Oprah, Hoy, CNN, y Enfocandose en la Familia con Dr. James Dobson.


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  • (3/5)
    Yes, it's yet another book by Dr. Leman! Admittedly, I didn't plan to read this one so recently after reading Firstborn Advantage, but I was waiting for someone and didn't have anything to read... so I searched the trunk of the car and found some library books that hadn't made it to the church yet. Thus, this book.Anyway, all things considered, it was a nice diversion. I can't say it told me many things I didn't already know - especially considering I've read all his books on birth order - but it did challenge me to really think about the most prominent memories I have from my childhood. His assessments were spot on: as a firstborn, most of my early memories deal with failures, hurts, disappointments, or major achievements. All of my early memories are extremely detailed, as if I'd taken a video of each event through my eyes.I was a bit surprised to realize how many "negative" childhood memories stuck with me over "positive" ones, but that's the nature of who I am as a firstborn - constantly concerned with success, perfection, and doing things right... so when something goes wrong, I'll almost always remember that over when something goes right.I can see how retaining these specific memories can have an impact on shaping a person's reality during their childhood, and then when they're grown... Leman talks about how that reality may or may not even be real, but something you developed when you were younger, based on your experiences. Your worldview is reflective of your life as a child... but the good news is, you can change it.Like I said, not too many things I didn't already know, but it was interesting to learn about memories and the role they play in shaping who you are, right from those early years until today.
  • (5/5)
    Humorous but so real!!! This is my 3 rd of his books.
  • (5/5)
    What a great book. I have read a couple of Dr. Devin Leman's books and I always find them extremely interesting and helpful. This one is the same. Very helpful in everything pertaining to life.