Feelings affect our:

  • health
  • relationships
  • vocational performance
  • families
  • social situations

We control our emotions or they control us.

You will learn how to recognize your own feelings and the feelings of others.

You will receive positive ways to deal with each emotion.

You will learn how to connect with others at a feeling level and how to respond to their feelings.

To see the table of contents for the book, click here.

After reading How to Make Friends With Your Feelings:

  • An M.D. who was working as a waiter in a restaurant turned his life around by returning to his earlier vocation. He got a job as a doctor in a hospital.
  • An elderly widow faced the feelings of leaving her home, moved to a new community and created a new life.
  • A person who was going to commit suicide decided to live.
  • A woman who was in pain about the end of a relationship let it go and moved on with her life.
  • A man who found a new sense of self-respect quit his job deciding, “I’m never going to be treated that way again.”

How to Make Friends with your Family

Book $15.95


“I have been fortunate to receive the friendly counsel and wisdom of Jay Uhler at first hand, and to read his book. My advice is that if you can not meet the man – then his book is the next best thing. They are of one piece with each other – and both are well worth getting to know.”
~ John Hutchinson, Organizational Dynamics Inc., United Kingdom

A book that is filled with a gentle wisdom that is easy to utilize. You’ll feel like you’re talking to a friend and the advice will help redirect your life.
~ Bernie Siegel, M.D., author of Love, Medicine and Miracles

“…This is the reference a person will always turn to in explaining any present situation they are facing, as well as future ones. I highly recommend this book for everyone. It will help them to share in this imperfect world with greater understanding. It will lead them to a harmonious life that has peace of mind. It will help them to coexist in a meaningful way in their own lives and the lives of others.”
~ Camelia Anwar Sadat, book reviewer to the Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post, International speaker, and renowned Peace Activist, author of My Father and I

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