Thers think I voluntarily read and reviewed this book in exchange for a free copy Although I agree that people can make a habit ut Stanford Wong Flunks Big-Time of being unhappy and thinking negative thoughts I am not sure I buy into the fact that the unhappiness we experience now is becausef childhood experiences and the past relationships with OUR PARENTS *OR AT LEAST NOT TO THE EXTENT parents *OR AT LEAST NOT TO THE EXTENT AUTHOR *at least not to the extent the author I m not
Sure I Unreservedly Buy I unreservedly buy the central thesis which is that when children aren t treated Thoroughly Disarmed optimally they mistake the resulting negative feelings for happiness because to their minds it s what their perfect parents intend for them to feel and must thus be an ideal state According to this theory adults then end up addicted to the unhappiness they felt as children and consistently act in ways that sabotage their true happin I very much appreciated what I learned from this book and that I need to examine my life for areas where I am satisfied with being unhappy I ve come to live with things that are very wrong but I don t do anything to address them because I accept them as normalUnfortunately the solutions to solving these issues always involve intentional focused hard work There are no shortcuts But realizing there is a problem is the first step and always leads to some improvement So that s the good news The authors are claiming that we can be addicted to unhappiness in the sense that we need it inur lives The idea is really not that crazy because in built into us is the pursuit f happiness As a child unfortunately through inappropriate discipline for appropriately aged behaviour and values we associate ur feelings After the Ashes of unhappiness with what makesur parents and authority figures happy Children being mirrors The Angry Planet or imitators simply take it in Thusur happiness can be not Melody's Key only linked to appropriate things but also things that make us unhappy In fact we hangn to painful things memories and feelings simply because they are familiar and give us supposed comfortThis book is not any ld self help book but rooted in research and years f practical experiences I found the book really uite helpful Builds A Chance Acquaintance on attachment theory The harder workn figuring ut your emotional makeup is better. Ntial to live fulfilled lives but many f us find it difficult to realize that potential Best selling authors Martha and William Pieper will help you understand how you unknowingly became an addict to unhappiness Using real life examples drawn .
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Anthony Storr S Solitude AndStorr s Solitude and Heidt s Happiness Hypothesis to reach the kind f The Wallflower's Revenge objectivity needed to do what this book suggests Still several sensible insights It works after you don t need it so badly Someone recommended this book to me so I was a little surprised that I got so littleut f it Perhaps I didn t find much value in it because I am not addicted to unhappiness so I could not relate to what the author was talking aboutThis book seems to say that people whose life circumstances are good are nly unhappy because they have some unconscious desire to make themselves unhappy This unconscious desire is something that comes from a confusion between happiness and unhappiness that dates back to childhood According to this book a lot War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861 of people had unhappy feelings as a child that were the resultf bad parenting But since we believe that Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World our parents love us and are perfect we also strive to continue to have those unhappy feelings that we had as a child As a result as adults we sabotageur pportunities to be happyI think this is probably true but this seems like such a simplistic and watered down explanation f human psychology that it is not all that worthwhile The book does provide *a ton f examples so there may be some value in the examples if you think *ton f examples so there may "Be Some Value In "some value in examples if you think authors correctly analyzed what was going Introductory Algebra: Models Concepts Skills on with their patients But I think a better word for what the authors are talking about is a neurotic complexr the concept Marriage After God: Chasing Boldly After God’s Purpose for Your Life Together of toxic shame that is explained in books by Pia Mellody and John BradshawThis book makes it sound like it sbvious what people need to do to be happy and the nly reason people are unhappy is that they are not choosing to do these things But different people find happiness in different ways and for many people I don t think it s bvious at all what they should be doingI will say this though There do seem to be a lot Blue Blood of people who appear to spend allf their waking hours complaining without any The Gollywhopper Games: Friend or Foe obvious justification It does seem like there are uite a few people who would be absolutely miserable if they had nothing to complain about So I guess those are the typef people that this book is abou. Rom their clinical experience the authors provide insights and effective strategies that will help you choose and maintain the happiness you deserveRUNNING TIME ➼ 6hrs and 59mins©2019 Martha Heineman Pieper PhD P2019 Martha Heineman Pieper Ph. Reading this was alright but I don t think i will read this book than nce i just don t *Agree With The Whole Bookthere *with the whole bookthere parts I liked and excerpts i enjoyed and Fascinating book so far Has some really good advice not nly for raising children but also pertains to problems that adults have that may have manifested as a result It's Like This of things that happened in their childhood We all know parents are not perfect but it is important to analyzeur behaviors examining the past closely so that we can better understand The Mirage ourselves andur loved nes around us With a better understanding f the role that discipline love
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