Living, Loving, Letting Go

Dr. Neal Wiseman

Learn the psychology of relationships.
Why they work, and why they don’t.

Dr. Neal Wiseman earned degrees in Psychology from Northeastern University and from Rutgers-The State University.  He also studied at the Institute for Living/Learning in New York and at the Boston Gestalt Institute in Cambridge, MA. Dr. Wiseman’s 35 year career included service as a School Psychologist, a Clinical Psychologist, and the Director of Psychology at a private psychiatric facility in New Hampshire.  His interests in dreams and Gestalt Therapy formed the basis of widely recognized workshops offered in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Florida. He resides in Florida with his wife, Marcy.

Living Loving Letting Go

Now available in paperback and Kindle editions.

Every time I think I’ve found the right person, something happens to mess things up!

“Something happens to mess things up” takes place on such a regular basis for some people that we have to wonder what exactly is going on. Millions of men and women– bright, attractive, and financially secure—stumble into one relationship after another, only to find themselves more confused and less content than they were the day before.

Living, Loving, Letting Go is devoted to the journey, the journey that nearly all of us take in order to figure out why “something always happens to mess things up.” The readers become acquainted with the realms of passion, commitment, and intimacy, the three dimensions of a loving relationship. They tune into their motives for coupling, and they become aware of the habits, attitudes, and moods that derail the coupling process. Along the way, they are led through a series of exercises and experiments until finally they see the Big Picture: They learn exactly why “something always happens to mess things up” and what to do about it!

Questions?

DrNealWiseman@gmail.com

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