Author explores America's self-help culture
From the supermarket check-out, to any bookstore best-seller section, to TV seminars and your smart phone, Americans are deluged with opportunities for self-improvement. We spend in the tens of billions of dollars annually, hoping to end co-dependency, cultivate our spirituality, improve our sleep. The list is endless.
Author Jessica Lamb-Shapiro has explored the country’s pervasive self-help culture. She embarked on a quest to conquer her fear of flying and even walked on hot coals.
Lamb-Shapiro shares her experiences and insights in her recent book, “Promise Land.”