Personal Choice Theory Applications
Relationships
Of all human relationships that are the most unsuccessful, marriage ranks at the top. Currently, over half of all marriages end in divorce. The impact on families and all other endeavors that involve people getting along with each other is devastating. We recommend four books that address these issues. These books explain how choice theory can be used to improve every relationship with specific strategies for changing harmful behaviors.

We recommend five books that address Relationship issues.

Health and Wellness
It is a known fact that unhappy people get sick more often. Dr. Glasser offers choice theory ideas to help people stay well. In his books such as Fibromyalgia New Hope from a Completely New Perspective, Warning: Psychiatry Can be Hazardous to Your Mental Health, Positive Addiction
and  Choice Theory: A New Psychology of Personal Freedom, he addresses issues of health and wellness through changing the way you think and act which are components of one's total behavior.

The other two components of total behavior are feelings and physiology over which we have no control but which can be indirectly controlled by how we act and think.


We recommend these four books
to positively address this issue.

Recovery from Addictions
Perhaps one of the most difficult of all human problems to address is the widespread use of addictive substances and maintaining a drug-free life in recovery.

Reading the books Choice Theory: A New Psychology of Personal Freedom , Positive Addiction and Warning: Psychiatry Can be Hazardous to Your Mental Health as well as many of the other books we offer here have been very helpful in the treatment and recovery process. Many who have been helped report that Dr. Glasser's ideas are compatible with the 12-Step Program of AA and does not conflict with any other belief systems.


We recommend these three books to
positively address this issue.
Ministry and Faith Traditions
Many religious traditions have embraced choice theory because it is so compatible with their systems of beliefs. The book Choice Theory: A New Psychology of Personal Freedom  has been widely read and implemented in study groups by people of faith.

We recommend this book for Ministry and Faith Traditions.