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Praise for Walking the Tightrope

Praise for Walking the Tightrope

“The bewildering pace in which we live today seems contrary to a healthy rate of human development. Those in the know will come to an 'age of reconciliation' where we will create a balance between ourselves and other aspects of our lives, be it job, marriage, finances, or spirituality. Walking the Tightrope provides a stepwise guide to this change. The authors gently, through their own self-disclosure, support the reader in a realistic commitment to a balance of the 'self.'”

—Dr. Phil Heller, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist

“In their new book, Walking the Tightrope, Erica Orloff and Kathy Levinson are daring high wire artists who offer hope on a rope by helping us put the balance back into our three-ring circus lives. They show us how to map success and to chart life courses that are fulfilling and dynamic. By helping us clear up our fuzzy thinking, they focus us on creating solutions that become foundational blueprints for our new lives. If you are at the end of your rope, don't despair because Orloff and Levinson throw us a lifeline with their down-to-earth, commonsense approach to finding exciting equilibriums for our hearts and souls and for making change last for us and the ones we love.”

—Ronald J. Chenail, Ph.D., Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs, Nova Southeastern University

“This book is about simplifying life's complexities to find balance in our harried, fast-paced world. Orloff and Levinson guide us in how to actively take control of what we can control with concrete strategies, mindfulness, and respect for ourselves.”

—Edmund C. Neuhaus, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital

“What a large, therapeutic journey to capture life and its core . . . Not only are [the authors] clear and organized in [their] plan for balance, while simultaneously teasing through the fluff, but [their] personal vignettes of the numerous 'insane Kodak moments' we all share has given me room to breath, anew. I am comforted knowing my journey for balance is a shared world view.”

—Marcy Sirkin, Ph.D., Family Therapist

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