96. Why Self-Esteem Is an Unreasonable Concept with Dr. Michael Edelstein

Monday, July 25, 2016



Episode Summary

Dr. Michael Edelstein joins Adam Camac to discuss the concept of self-esteem, flaws with it, and alternatives to self-esteem.

About the Guest

Dr. Edelstein is a clinical psychologist and the co-author of Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life. He is also a co-author of Therapy Breakthrough: Why Some Psychotherapies Work Better Than Others, Stage Fright: 40 Stars Tell You How They Beat America’s #1 Fear, and Rational Drinking: How to Live Happily With or Without Alcohol.

You can follow his work at threeminutetherapy.com.

Biographical information is from threeminutetherapy.com.

Picture is from threeminutetherapy.com.

Books Mentioned
1. Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life by Michael Edelstein and David Ramsay Steele
2. Therapy Breakthrough: Why Some Psychotherapies Work Better Than Others by Michael Edelstein, Richard Kujoth, and David Ramsay Steele
3. Stage Fright: 40 Stars Tell You How They Beat America’s #1 Fear by Michael Edelstein and Mick Berry
4. Rational Drinking: How to Live Happily With or Without Alcohol by Michael Edelstein and Will Ross

Resources Mentioned
1. Threeminutetherapy.com
2. Albert Ellis’s Amazon Page
3. 2016 Capitalism and Morality Conference

Related Video
1. Michael Edelstein – Why Ayn Rand’s Self Esteem Is Unreasonable (August 1, 2015)

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