Rosalie Tatsuguchi Ph.D.

Current Books Available:

WHY SMART MEN DO THE SAME DUMB THINGS

A Warrior's Manual for Change

smart men book

This is a warrior's manual for change. Read this book if you are tired of emptying the room every time you enter, scaring your friends, wife and children; if you are tired of being an irrationally demanding boss, a temperamental, uncommunicative father, a co-worker who never admits mistakes or a husband who won't ask for directions.

Principles and cultural rules from Miyamoto Musashi's Book of Five Rings, Buddhist and modern scientific ideas and methods are guides for making changes. This book melds bushido (the warrior's code,) compassion and empirical logic. It teaches you to use your thoughts, feelings and actions to make changes.

Softcover; 144 Pages
Release Date: 2012

Norman's Book Review from the Kala stated:

"I knew I had a potentially interesting book when my wife, the females in my office, and even Kathy Castillo all laughed and nodded their head in agreement when they saw the title of the book. I wasn’t sure if I should have taken offense by that, but I did know the book had potential. After reading it I found it to be one of the most interesting books I have ever read and a perfect book to start 2016. "

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Available at the following:

  • Office of Dr. Rosalie Tatsuguchi
  • Barnes & Noble Ala Moana
  • Basically Books (Hilo)
  • Hawaii Japanese Center (Hilo) website
  • Kuakini Medical Center
  • Watermark Publishing; website

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WHY SMART PEOPLE DO THE SAME DUMB THINGS

Causes and Cures from Buddhism and Science

Why Smart People do dumb things book

This is a manual for people who want to learn how to make changes and lower their error rates in life. Are you still looking for mangoes on a kiawe (mesquite) tree? Do you keep looking for answers in all the wrong places?

Your personal paradigm or rule system can direct you to keep on making the same mistakes. This book will help you understand how your cultural and family rules direct your daily thoughts, feelings and actions and how to make changes.

Softcover; 104 Pages
Release Date: Feb 2012

Reviewed by Arnold Hiura for The Hawaii Herald:

"By frankly and honestly combining her own life experiences — with her father, her failed first marriage — with her professional training, Tatsuguchi is able to draw out the stories from deep within the hearts, minds and souls of hardcore locals unable to recognize their situation (and, therefore, unable to fix it). "

To read the full review including book summary Click Here!


Available at the following:

  • Office of Dr. Rosalie Tatsuguchi
  • Barnes & Noble Ala Moana
  • Basically Books (Hilo)
  • Hawaii Japanese Center (Hilo) website
  • Kuakini Medical Center
  • Watermark Publishing; website
Or order online with at the following:

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CARING FOR LOVED ONES--AND YOURSELF

A Combined Buddhistic and Western Approach to Caring for the Caregiver

Caring for Loved Ones Book

Break the Cycle of Repeated Mistakes. This is a manual for caregivers on how to avoid burnout. Caregiving is usually a long term affair so the caregiver needs to be able to "go the distance." You can do this by understanding your own mindset or personal rule system, using buddhistic and scientific ideas and methods, learning to invest in your personal spiritual account and protecting and nurturing yourself without abusing yourself and others. This book was written to help the survivor and caregiver.

Softcover; 56 Pages
Release Date: Feb 2001

Available at the following:
 
  • Office of Dr. Rosalie Tatsuguchi
  • Buddhist Study Center (Honolulu) 808.973.6555
  • Hawaii Japanese Center (Hilo) website








 
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