“This funny, well-intentioned book is right on when it comes to human behavior. Read it, learn from it, and apply it to your life and you will never again pass the buck so easily.”
-Stephen R. Covey,
"The Blame Game crackles with humor but shines with real psychologist insights. Just as he does in his popular posts on our blog site, Farber gently illustrates the dangers of not taking responsibility for one's self."
-Carlin Flora, Features Editor,
“Rather than blaming, start reading! This is a thoughtful, accessible book that could actually make you happier.”
“The Blame Game presents a humorous guide to blaming with practical and insightful ways to
jump off the Blame Train. Dr. Farber’s witty and informative style makes this a fun and edifying
read. Take it seriously and it will change your life for the better."
-Jon Gordon, author of The Energy Bus and The No Complaining Rule
“Dr. Farber paints a persuasive picture of how ordinary is our extraordinary tendency to blame.
More important, he shows how well-being will follow when we give it up."
“I've read numerous books on this subject and by far and away found this lighthearted approach to be the most enjoyable to read. Full of great advice and levity, it is just fun. The author's approach is refreshing and insightful. Enjoy and be inspired to stop blaming.”
-Mark S. Gridley, Vice President Physician Affairs, FHN Healthcare, Freeport, IL
“I’m astonished at how good this book is. Tremendously insightful and chalk full of interesting historic and current events that highlight the point.”
-Jeffrey Clayton, MD, Anesthesiologist, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, CA
“The Blame Game helps to usher in our new era of responsibility with: Ask not where the buck stops. It stops with thee.”
“To Blame is human; to write about it with humor, skill, and insight s to write a book worth reading. How wonderful to have a help book that actually helps.”
R. Spiro, MD,
“If you are like me, you spend way too much time and energy blaming others for disappointments and offenses when you could be moving on with a productive and happy life. Want to learn how to stop blaming and live more abundantly? This is the book for you, Entertaining, yet thoughtful, playing the Blame Game will unclutter your emotions and your life.”
“Throughout my career, supplementing my life experiences with thoughtful texts on management, psychology and human behavior have been invaluable. One of the difficulties with many of these is that it often feels like studying to digest the comments. This book effortlessly brings wit and readability to a vitally important topic no matter what rung of the ladder you are on and regardless of your field of interest. This text has the potential to transform individual lives and corporate cultures. I have placed it on my shelf of must read books!”
-Joseph Kerschner, MD, CEO, Senior Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs for Children’s Specialty Group, Professor and Vice Chairman, Otolaryngology, Medical College of Wisconsin
“In a book that is long overdue, Dr. Farber identifies a critical problem most of us face: and unwillingness to hold ourselves accountable. While many of us seem to be all too willing to point fingers at others for our failings, Dr. Farber provides a map with which we can become more self-aware and, in the process, lead a more fulfilling life.”
-Denise Augustin, Executive Director, Surgicenter of Greater Milwaukee
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