Encouragement Makes Good Things Happen is a translation of the German book Mut Tut Gut. It describes a courageous and empowering style of living and focuses on the belief that encouragement is the most important natural ingredient for the healthy development of human beings.
Written in a warm and conversational tone, the book first discusses the negative consequences of discouragement on both the individual and society as a whole. It then explores what encouragement is, why it is important in people's lives, and how a person can encourage both himself and others.
R. John Huber, PhD, is a Professor of psychology at Meredith College and a staff psychologist at Triangle Pastoral Counseling.
Jutta Street, PhD, a native German, is a professor of psychology at Campbell University.
Sandra Losa, BA, BS, is a native German and is currently a doctoral student in zoology at North Carolina State University.
- Self Improvement, Psychology
- Motivational + Inspirational, Psychotherapy / Counseling
- December 13, 2010
- December 22, 2010
- theo Schoenaker