This book is intended for psychotherapy patients. It may also be a good read for those looking for some self-help. Here is allowed the opportunity to examine one's life from different vantage points without abandoning their current point-of-view. Self-awareness is the key to understanding one's problematic behavior, and also is often the biggest barrier to self-understanding. Utilizing this material in the psychotherapy process will allow clients to review what is accomplished during therapy sessions, to examine the principles discussed, and to form questions for future discussions with the therapist. Personal responsibility for one's own actions is stressed throughout along with ways in which to understand and to make decisions about those actions. Nothing happens by accident or is changed or corrected by accident.