Valley doctor's book featured on Good Morning America's Hot Holiday Gift Pick

Posted at 4:16 PM, Dec 18, 2020

PHOENIX — Dr. Linda Buscemi's new book, "Innatious," is getting praise all the way from New York City!

The Valley-based psychologist was beyond excited to hear Robin Roberts talk about her new book, "Innatious," on national television.

In a segment about holiday gift buying, the long-time host of GMA shared a list of her favorite reads right now saying, "My first book, written by a dear friend Dr. Linda Buscimi. This my personal copy, and it is dog-eared. It will not only help you understand why you think the way that you do, but it also offers a blueprint for making changes in your life."

Since Roberts shared her positive review, life has been an exciting whirlwind for Dr. Buscemi.

Her book shares ways to help heal broken relationships.

She says once we understand why we're angry, we can peel back emotional layers to understand where conflict is coming from, and that's where real growth begins.

Dr. Buscemi also says, "There are three things we can all focus on in a relationship. We all want to be loved. We all want to feel accepted and we all want to be respected."

"Innatious" is available now at Amazon.com.