Jerry Greenwald

A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on loneliness and people

We all respond to those who are nourishing, and genuinely nourishing people will not be lonely.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on experience and past

Human functioning that is dominated by past experience is almost invariably toxic.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on change, life, and past

To refuse to let go of the past is to deny the natural process of change that is a function of every living organism.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on experience, fear, justice, and risk

Taking risks means reaching out in spite of fears and anxieties. We cannot expect our anxieties to just disappear. Only after we experience reaching out are anxieties and fears apt to diminish.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on behavior

Routine and unvarying human behavior deadens us. To be alive involves variation in attitudes and behavior patterns.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on caring, losing, and needs

Toughness is a valuable human attribute. The nourishing person can be very tough when the need arises, but he can do so without losing his warm, caring, and loving qualities.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald

Greediness is greediness, no matter how justified or sophisticated. It wears out the "feeder."

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

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A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on listening and senses

Relating to another on an intimate level means really listening with all one's senses. Only in this way can one know the other person as he is.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by Jerry Greenwald

Intimate relating means avoiding using our resources to manipulate the other person.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

Contributed by: Zaady

A Quote by Jerry Greenwald on compromise and relationships

In a nourishing relationship, compromise is a foregone conclusion.

Jerry Greenwald

Source: Dr. Jerry Greenwald in Be the Person You Were Meant to Be, 1973

Contributed by: Zaady

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