Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do? Or why certain members of your family behave the way they do? In this book, Our Mysterious Behavior Box, professional counselor Andrea L. Chapman explains how you can get to know yourself better by becoming aware of the dynamics surrounding you and your family. She also shows how you can work through many of your past experiences and make changes in your life that will benefit you as well as others. "Mysterious behavior box," says Chapman, "is my term for what goes on in people's brains and how they process that information." Drug use, sexual desires, dishonesty, fear, love for gossip, lack of forgiveness, jealousy, and hate are just some of the things you might find in your mysterious behavior box. So are humor, spirituality, forgiveness, and love. But why are they there, and how did they get there? You are about to get a glimpse of what may be in your box. Why is it so important to know what is there? Because the more you know, the better equipped you will be to fight against your greatest enemy-yourself. ANDREA L. CHAPMAN has a master's degree in counseling psychology and is a professor at Strayer University. She is the president of Chapman Health Kare Corporation, a training center dealing with health and safety issues. She gives seminars on stress and anger management, which she feels is one of the leading causes of individual problems, family breakdowns, and health issues. She has been married for forty years to Teddy; they have two children, Melinda and Lonnie, and two grandchildren. Her passion is to help people understand why they do the things they do and to empower them to move on to a better life.