A Collection of Handouts (2003)
by Carleen Glasser, M.A.

Pub. Date: January 2003
Format: Soft Back
Pages: 29
Price: $25.00

"The best way to visualize total behavior is to think of all we do was if it were a car. To move, a car has to use all four of its wheels, and the back wheels always follow the front wheels. But the only wheels over which we have voluntary control are the front wheels, acting and thinking.

We steer or control all of our behaviors by what we choose to do with the front wheels. We have no direct control over the back wheels. Therefore, we choose all our actions and our thoughts but we cannot choose our feelings and physiology; they follow our actions and our thoughts."

– Carleen Glasser, M.A.