Finding Out I'm A Bit Brave After AllBook - 2002
In his last book, Another Shot, Kita decided to get over his greatest regrets by doing them all over again.This time, Joe determined it was time to face his fears. An example to the rest of us, he made a list of 10 and set out to conquer every single one. He picked deep, dark, knee-knocking fears, like being alone, flying, and death. He tried solitary confinementand discovered that he couldnt make it through the first night. He tackled his fear of flying by taking jet fighter lessons (the results are too embarrassing to reveal here). To face his fear of death, he planned his own funeral and then, with the wry humor that he is known for, he asked a knife thrower to use him for target practice. In a courageous coup de grce, he set about tackling his fear of emotional pain and sadness, using a profound and rare form of body therapy that challenged his bravery no less than Chi-chi, the professional knife thrower.
Publisher: Emmaus, [Pa.] : Rodale, c2002.
Characteristics: xv, 239 p.