John Lee’s Published Books
Odd One Out: Radical Revelations on Relationships, Self-Help, and Personal Growth
I have been the Odd One Out all my life personally and professionally. Being on the outside looking in I have thought about and questioned much of what we have been told by TED Talks, self- help gurus, psychologists, therapists, parents, and teachers. Much of what they have been telling us is not totally true or accurate.
For instance, is depression and despair the same thing? If not then they need to be treated differently. Is anger the same thing as rage? Absolutely not. Now at the almost tender age of 70 and still the outsider, I am going to ask you, the reader, to think differently about a whole host of things we’ve been taught or told about psychology, relationships, therapy, anger, men’s issues, love, poetry, and much more.
This is my latest book published by Teitelbaum Publishing.
Where Do I Go From Her?
This deeply heartfelt book from bestselling author John Lee deals with the depth of love, loss, and more in dealing with divorce from a very personal perspective.
The Flying Boy Letters
While cleaning out my old office, I stumbled across a box of mail, written to me nearly thirty years ago in the wake of the publication of my seminal psychological memoir, “The Flying Boy: Healing the Wounded Man” and “The Flying Boy II: The Journey Continues” both published by Health Communications, Inc. A wave of guilt washed over me.
Breaking the Mother-Son Dynamic
In Breaking the Mother-Son Dynamic, John Lee takes an eye-opening look at how a mother’s love or lack thereof impacts a son’s life choices as well as their wives, girlfriends, or lovers.
Courting a Woman’s Soul
Friends first and love forever. The time is long overdue for men to mature – to treat women with love, respect, dignity, and cherish them inside and out. He not only must find the right woman to spend his life with, but also must develop and maintain a healthy relationship with her. In order to do so, he must find the courage within himself to participate in a love so intimate that he must risk his very soul – and hers as well.
Emotional Intelligence for Couples
What makes a relationship healthy? Most men and women will respond that it’s good communication to be able to openly express their own thoughts and feelings, and to better understand their partner’s. Emotional Intelligence for Couples explains basic principles of emotional intelligence to equip you with common-sense ways to express your feelings, allowing you to enjoy greater intimacy, clearer communication, and a deeper connection than you have ever known.
In The Half-Lived Life introduces and explains how passivity holds us hostage to old ways of doing things—and provides solutions on escaping this paralyzing state of mind, body, and spirit while increasing our emotional intelligence (EQ). It also shows the freedom to be gained via compassionate assertiveness—an outgrowth of setting boundaries and enforcing limits. Just as Lee’s seminars have successfully led many to find their authentic self in the second half of their life, so too will this book.
When the Buddha Met Bubba
When the Buddha Met Bubba is the heart-warming story of Billy Bob (Bubba) Coker, a redneck who reached rock bottom, until a freak head injury results in the appearance of his own personal Buddha. From that moment forward, Bubba is led on a humorous journey of introspection through the backwoods of the deep South and through his own flawed preconceptions and relationships.
This is John’s first novel written under the pseudonym, Richard Dixie Hartwell, and soon to be a major motion picture.
The Anger Solution
Without guilt, shame, embarrassment, resentment, or hopelessness, The Anger Solution offers groundbreaking information on controlling rage. Featuring the Detour Method, a practical, easy process that can save relationships, create deeper connections, and dissipate rage, The Anger Solution is a classic in anger management.
The Missing Peace
If you or someone you love is navigating their way through recovery, there’s one thing that will either be a roadblock or a catalyst on the journey: a true, holistic understanding of anger. Unfortunately, most recovery programs don’t address or properly understand anger, and many times, this leads to relapse or a rougher transition, even for people who don’t consider themselves “angry.”
Recovery: Plain & Simple
Here, with the energy, humor, and clear-as-a-cowbell insight for which he is known, John Lee gives you the information you need to overcome, first, the feeling that you are not living the life you want and, second, the addictive behaviors you use to numb your resulting frustration. Reading Recovery: Plain and Simple is a big step toward becoming your real self.
Growing Yourself Back Up
We’ve all experienced moments when we lose control of a situation and ourselves. Now, in Growing Yourself Back Up, the first and only book to explain the idea of emotional regression to the general reader, bestselling author John Lee identifies the circumstances that cause these seemingly uncontrollable feelings and shows how they are directly tied to our experience as children.
Writing from the Body
A book about spirit, creativity, and the inner life of the writer
Certain writing books go beyond questions of craft and art to explore the deepest sources of the creative impulse. Writing from the Body is not a “head book”; it is a heart book, a shoulder book, a hand book, a back book, and a soul book that liberates writers from the shackles of self-consciousness and doubt.
The Secret Place of Thunder
This work weaves a tapestry with the thread’s of John Lee’s three passions: Psychology, Spirituality and Poetry.
A Quiet Strength
For all men who are seeking a new vision of masculinity–one that allows them to explore new roles, reclaim ancient feelings, break free of society’s stereotypes, and learn to integrate body, mind, emotions, and spirit–A Quiet Strength is an invigorating and inspiring companion.
At My Father’s Wedding
Discusses the impact on men of a father’s abandonment and explains how men can develop a masculine model to help overcome the inability to commit, give, receive, and express feelings
Do you believe: “Anger” is a negative emotion? “Nice” or emotional sophisticated” people don’t get angry? Anger is the most misunderstood and consequently, painful of all our emotions. But denying, suppressing, and avoiding our own and others’ anger can have unfortunate results: weakened immune systems, numbing addictions, stormy relationships, lowered self-esteem.
Now, John Lee, the nationally renowned speaker, teacher, and author, shows you a better way of dealing with anger based on his work with clients and his own experiences with anger.