Got a Bad Picker? After countless first dates, too many breakups, and maybe the development of a late-night ice cream habit, have you started to wonder if you’ve Got a Bad Picker? After twenty-four years as a psychiatrist for women, men, and couples struggling to form or sustain a satisfying relationship, author Dr. Jesse Carr is here to tell you that you’re not alone―and that your picker can be trained to find your perfect mate! What’s the key? Live life and make choices today, so you won’t have regrets tomorrow. Got a Bad Picker? is a how-to book packed with holistic exercises designed to help you with that all-important moment in life: choosing your life partner. Learn how to making better decisions by- improving self-awareness, self-esteem, and taking charge of your life. Use new strategies, crafted with the tried-and-true methods of positive psychology, to savor and live in each moment along the road toward personal fulfillment and relationship bliss.
About the Author
Dr. Carr is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and has been practicing for over 24 years. He completed his residency at the University of Southern California in 1991, and has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences at the same institution. He has been a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 1993. He is also a seasoned researcher and has conducted over 100 clinical research studies as the Principal Investigator. Dr. Carr has served as the Medical Director of a number of inpatient and outpatient programs over the years, including: • The Return to Work/Function program • The Co-occurring disorders program • The Elders program • The Transitions program • The Share program II (substance abuse program) • Intensive Outpatient programs • Partial Hospital programs • Psychogeriatric consultants