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Addicted to UnhappinessReading this was alright but I Don T Think I don t think i read this book than once i just on t agree with the whole bookthere were parts I liked and excerpts i enjoyed and that I will put in my journal but that s about it The premise was not anywhere close to what I was thinking this book was headed towards It just idn t float my boat Fascinating Book So Far Has Some Really Good Advice Not book so far Has some really good advice not for raising children but also pertains to problems that adults have that may have manifested as a result of things that happened in their childhood We all know parents are not perfect but it is important to analyze our behaviors examining the past closely so that we can better understand ourselves and our loved ones around us With a better understanding of the role that iscipline love and parenting that our parents gave us we can see our behaviors in a objective way and try #to better ourselves for future generations The book is based on years of #better ourselves for future generations The book is based on years of However it is a relatively easy and fast read because of all of the examples that the authors use to illustrate their points So far it s a good and very informative read An Interesting Premise Explored with Depth and BreadthI enjoy nonfiction and therefore I read a lot of it In these On His Majestys Service days where self publishing is such a boon allowing authors who would never have been published by a traditional house to sell their own books too often nonfiction books are seemingly slapped together from a variety of web sources rather than coming from the author s personal experience or expertise So I waselighted to find this book to be one of greater Different Class depth and breadth than I typically see The premise of the book is that our unhappiness which manifests in a variety of ways fromepression to excess weight stems from the way we were parented and that we have accepted a certain reality based on this unconsciously It is this invisible aspect that makes the cycle hard to break Are you unable to follow through on important resolutions Are you frustrated or inefficient at work Is your love life unrewarding or filled with conflict Are you plagued by unpleasant emotions for no apparent reasonEveryone is born with the pote. ,


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S 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 on t o anything TO ADDRESS THEM BECAUSE I ACCEPT THEM AS NORMALUNFORTUNATELY address them because I accept them as normalUnfortunately 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 in our lives The idea is really not that crazy because in built into us is the pursuit of happiness As a child unfortunately through inappropriate iscipline is the pursuit of happiness As a child unfortunately through inappropriate In Defence of Dogs discipline appropriately aged behaviour and values we associate our feelings of unhappiness with what makes our parents and authority figures happy Children being mirrors or imitators simply take it in Thus our happiness can be not only linked to appropriate things but also things that make us unhappy In fact we hang on to painful things memories and feelings simply because they are familiar and give us supposed comfortThis book is not any old self help book but rooted in research and years of practical experiences I found the book really uite helpful Builds on attachment theory The harder work on figuring out your emotional makeup is betterone wrangling other intense books for me Anthony Storr s Solitude and Jonathan Heidt s Happiness Hypothesis to reach the kind of objectivity needed to o what this book suggests Still several sensible insights It works after you on t need it so badly Someone recommended this book to me so I was a little surprised that I got so little out of it Perhaps I The City in Mind 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 only unhappy because they ha. Rom their clinical experience the authors provide insights and effective strategies that will help you choose and maintain the happiness youeserveRUNNING TIME ➼ 6hrs and 59mins©2019 Martha Heineman Pieper PhD P2019 Martha Heineman Pieper Ph. He book is split into two parts first exploring how this paradigm is set up and then looking At How You Can Break how you can break pattern I Revenge (The Red Ledger don t necessarily buy that this affects everyone though it may to greater and lesseregrees I really liked that this got me thinking about my own background If you re tired of self HELP BOOKS THAT DON T SEEM TO HAVE MUCH books that on t seem to have much and you want to attempt to get to the core of any unhappiness that you may have you may find This Book To Be book to be helpI received a free copy of this book but that id not affect my reviewMy book blog I had never thought of any of this before I The City Of Heavenly Tranquillity do not believe this is completely true for all people But Io think it has relevance in most people s lives If nothing else it is very informative on what others think I voluntarily read and reviewed this book in exchange for a free copy Although I agree that people can make a habit out of being unhappy and thinking negative thoughts I am not sure I buy into the fact that the unhappiness we experience now is because of childhood experiences and the past relationships with our parents Or at least not to the extent the author believes I m not sure I unreservedly buy into the central thesis which is that when children aren t treated 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 happiness to bring themselves back to a state of unhappiness which to their unconscious minds euals happiness because it s the state they experienced as small children with their parentsAnyway It s an intriguing theory even if I felt like there was a certain Penguins Poems for Life degree of oversimplification it is a laypersoni I very much appreciated what I learned from thi. Ntial to live fulfilled lives but many of us find it ifficult 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 rawn

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