6 edition of The resilient self found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-227) and index.
|Statement||Steven J. Wolin and Sybil Wolin.|
|LC Classifications||RC455.4.F3 W62 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||92050493|
The Resilient Option. The Resilient Option program shares three fundamental facts: * your brain's default state (of wandering attention) is extraordinarily depleting * your brain needs creative rest every few hours * your brain's negativity instinct usurps joy, productivity, self-worth, and more * Overcome these traps in four modules: 1. A self-help volume for adult children of dysfunctional families that puts the emphasis on rising above adversity rather than on reliving the pain of abusive relationships. Here's a book with as many clichÇs as there are buzzwords in the sentence above, with the authors including dozens of anecdotes about people with no last namesBarbara, Noreen, Alan, Bill; a do- it-yourself ``Damage.
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The culmination of New York Times bestselling author and respected psychologist Rick Hanson's work, this is a scientifically grounded program for developing the 12 inner strengths for being resilient no matter what life throws at you.
Rick Hanson is known for his trademark blend of neuroscience, positive psychology, and contemplative practices. And now he's showing the way/5(). The Resilient Self encourages readers to recognize and appreciate their strong, insightful, and creative survival.”—Barbara Mathis, author of Between Sisters: Secret Rivals, Intimate Friends “The Resilient Self shows adult children of dysfunctional families that they can escape a painful past and become resilient survivors.
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“In this landmark book, Rick Hanson guides the reader, with clear practical steps, to build and fortify the critical resource of resilience.
In clear terms, large with research and wisdom while short on jargon and platitudes, Hanson shows us how we can all grow “an unshakable core of calm, strength, and happiness.”Cited by: 3. These make you resilient: the foundation of lasting well-being in a changing world.
With his trademark blend of neuroscience, mindfulness, and practical psychology, New York Times bestselling author Dr. Rick Hanson (with Forrest Hanson) shows you how to deal with stress and pursue your dreams with a deep sense of capability and contentment.
The Resilient Self book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A guide to self-empowerment designed to help adult children of dy /5. The resilient self: how survivors of troubled families rise above adversity User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
This book, directed at people who claim to have been raised in troubled families, provides methods for overcoming the handicaps created by a dysfunctional upbringing. Resilient definition is - characterized or marked by resilience: such as.
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Gardens are designed to offer up good things during good times-handfuls of bulbous tomatoes after weeks of careful watering, weeding, and monitoring for invading insects, for Author: Carol Deppe.
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The Resilient Self encourages readers to recognize and appreciate their strong, insightful, and creative survival.”—Barbara Mathis, author of Between Sisters: Secret Rivals, Intimate Friends “The Resilient Self shows adult children of dysfunctional families that they can escape a painful past and become resilient survivors.
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Part complexity theory, part psychology, Resilience is a pivotal book for today and a necessity to plan for tomorrow.”. The Resilient Self: How Survivors of Troubled Families Rise Above Adversity Steven J. Wolin, Author, Stephen J. Wolin, Author, Sybil Wolin, With Villard Books $23 (p) ISBN Buy.
“Resilient is a wise and compassionate book. It's a beautiful hands-on guide to foster balance, happiness, and health. It's a beautiful hands-on guide to foster balance, happiness, and health. In reading these pages, you can literally feel Rick and Forrest's sincere and kind voices guiding us to grow wiser and more : Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale.
The Resilient Self explores how international migration re-shapes women’s senses of themselves. Chien-Juh Gu uses life-history interviews and ethnographic observations to illustrate how immigration creates gendered work and family contexts for middle-class Taiwanese American women, who, in turn, negotiate and resist the social and psychological effects of the processes of immigration and Cited by: 2.
The book shines with strength and a resolute optimism as Eric gives a methodical plan to his former team mate on how to overcome the difficulties and build a resilient life.
Eric's profound knowledge of Classical Greek is reflected on almost every page as he expounds ancient wisdom with hard won experience gained during their BUD/S training and /5(). Resilient people use positive self-talk. This doesn't mean every day is happy and problem-free, but resilient people are very careful with their inner dialogue.
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He authored the award-winning book The Resiliency Advantage: Master Change, Thrive Under Pressure and Bounce Back From Setbacks ( Independent Publisher's Best Self-Help book), and best seller The Survivor Personality: Why Some People Are Stronger, Smarter, and More Skillful.
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Put down the self-help books. Resilience is not a DIY endeavour This is the way of the billion-dollar self-help industry: You are to blame when the guru’s advice does not produce the Author: Michael Ungar.