Through a blending a clinical knowledge written in an easy to understand style and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic exercises, Justin Nutt opens the door to a new life for individuals seeking healthy and loving relationships. In a conversational style he welcomes the reader to walk through the door he has opened. Through explanation of the desire to love and be loved, the way which an operant condition effect created by past relationships leads to selecting new mates which are unhealthy. The exercises, designed by Justin specifically for the book, help lead the reader one step at a time from the cold of the world filled with repeated unhealthy relationships into a world where healthy and loving relationships are the norm. These exercises help deal with the entire gambit of damage that can be created by unhealthy relationships;
According to Forbes.com Americans spent $11 billion in 2010 on self-improvement books, CDs, seminars, coaching and stress-management programs, and Marketdata Enterprises, stated that over the next three years, self-help is expected to grow 6.2 percent annually. With sales of this magnitude, the new perspective and insight that is provided in The Good Guy, the Bad Guy, and the Ugly Truth is sure to fill the much over looked niche in this area of publishing.
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Truth is a book written as an explanatory work on the reason people end up with the same wrong type of person time and time again. The exercises which are included in the book were created to help people improve their self image along with shift thinking patterns where partner selection is concerned and the way a person views themselves and their past relationships.
Justin Nutt is also a clinical social worker and therapist currently working in Kansas City with a specialty in relationship counseling and identity issues connected to self-esteem and self-worth. Justin holds an undergraduate degree in social work from the Universityof Kansasand is a Master of Social Work Candidate at the Universityof Missouri: Kansas City. Justin is currently a member of the Missouri and National chapter of the NASW. His writing can be found online, in print, and in the upcoming issue of the Journal of Evidenced Based Social Work. Aside from his clinical work and writing, Justin is the founder and Executive Director of Acts of Random Kindness (ARK), a disaster relief organization that helps with connecting individuals and families with temporary and permanent housing in the wake of natural disasters.