E–book [The Schopenhauer Cure]


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  • The Schopenhauer Cure
  • Irvin D. Yalom
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  • 23 May 2020
  • 9783442735884

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The Schopenhauer Cure Summary ✓ 102 Irvin D. Yalom ↠ 2 Read & download Read & download The Schopenhauer Cure Svoll Er erinnert sich an einen Fall bei dem er kläglich versagt hat An Philip Slate den er einst wegen dessen Sexsucht in Behandlung hatte Dieser ist immer noc. Relationships are difficult they can cause frustrations misunderstandings self loathing and a whole range of negative feelings especially if our own mental formation was biased by hurtful past events even by traumas that we are not able to acknowledge as such Human mind is a very powerful tool and most of us don t have any clue how to understand it and use it to our advantage Imagine an ancient city that built a high wall to protect it from the high torrents of an adjacent river Centuries later though the river had long dried up the city still invested considerable resources in maintaining that wall about human beings and their self defense systems Most of the times we perceive our own actions as the exact expression of our desires How often is it really so Sometimes consciousness plays tricks on us and what we perceive as true might only be a mental disguise for something deeply hidden inside our minds We think people are how we see them sometimes cruel not interesting or boring but we forget that what we see is not what it s really out there but a distorted version of reality filtered by our own moods passions suffering ideals Kant Rene Magritte The Glass House This book explores how psychoanalysis and group therapy can contribute to the understanding of our actions and torments It digs for the roots of unhappiness in certain individuals who have problems dealing with their relationships because their controversial actions are empowered by hidden psychological sufferings The characters can be seen as prototypes of certain psychological afflictions a beautiful woman whose relations with other people are heavily influenced by her unuenchable thirst to be admired a woman that cannot get past her rage and destroys all the relationships she has with men a sexually addicted person that cannot relate to other human beings etc and they become aware of their hidden motives only through discussions with the other members of the group during therapy sessions These discussions explore both psychological and philosophical realms Schopenhauer and his views together with the Buddhist influences on his philosophy are explored and discussed in order to support certain opinions about behaviors Together with this other philosophical views are brought to discussion The tone is erudite but also light and entertaining and this makes this book a very enjoyable read What I liked most about it is that it made me really want to know about psychology for which I seem to have uite a passion lately and about philosophy because of this book I started reading A History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell which I really enjoy and it made me understand about my own behavior Tycoons Tender Touch Second Sisters # 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The Schopenhauer Cure Summary ✓ 102 Irvin D. Yalom ↠ 2 Read & download Read & download The Schopenhauer Cure H so arrogant und ichbezogen wie früher dennoch behauptet er sich mittlerweile selbst geheilt zu haben – und zwar mit Hilfe der Lektüre von Arthur Schopenhau. The characters were such unlikable jerks it was difficult to sludge through the stooopid plot much much better were the biographical chapters about Herr Schopenhauer s life and timesAnd the dialogue Who talks like that But I suppose it is likely that people in therapy groups might babble like that The author is talented but could use a lot humor and media references to spice up the text I would have liked to see how Britney Spears changed the group s dynamics for example Or maybe a confused stockbroker who thought he was the reincarnation of Attila the HunBest to read this while listening to Nine Inch Nails or maybe the Decemberists with some Kraft cheese slices and a Fanta beside you I read the book because I am endlessly fascinated with Schopenhauer since he IS Woody Allen s favorite philosopher

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The Schopenhauer Cure Summary ✓ 102 Irvin D. Yalom ↠ 2 Read & download Read & download The Schopenhauer Cure Julius Hertzfeldt ist 65 und ein renommierter Psychoanalytiker als er ernsthaft erkrankt Zeit sich wichtigen Fragen zu stellen War sein Wirken wirklich bedeutung. Live right he reminded himself and have faith that good things will flow from you even if you never learn of them Irvin D Yalom The Schopenhauer CureThis book receives a five star rating not because the author is on the level with Vladimir Nabokov or Leo Tolstoy but because this novel is a real page turner and teaches as great deal about two topics the dynamics of group psychotherapy and the illustrious nineteenth century philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer Highly recommended Take this book with you when you travel by airplane or train and your six hour trip will seem like forty five minutes The Schopenhauer Cure is that rivetingThe novel opens with the main character a seasoned sixty five year old psychotherapist and leader of group therapy Julius Hertzfeld having been diagnosed with cancer and given a year of good health So what to do with a year to live Julius reviews his career as a therapist and asks himself if he had cured people or at least provided a degree of help This self examination leads Julius to unearth an old file going back twenty years of one patient who spent three years of therapy with him but the patient terminated treatment since what Julius had to offer was not helping Julius calls the patient Philip Slate by name and reuests a meeting for the purposes of research Turns out Philip is a counselor himself as well as being a philosophy instructor at a local college But Philip needs certification to continue his counseling Without giving away too much of the novel s plot it is enough to say Philip as part of his certification process becomes a new member of Julian s group therapy weekly gatheringIf you have never been part of group therapy here is your uniue opportunity to have the experience Of course your experience will be as a reader and not a participant but through the magic of the author s novel you will have the feeling of being an actual member of the group Not only will you come to know the men and women of the group and how they interact as part of the group but you will be given the ongoing insights and observations that go through the mind of Julian as he acts as the group s psychotherapist And the group has a certain energy that is shaken up and lifted with the entrance of Philip After several sessions with Philip as the new member the group energy is shaken up yet again with the return of Pam who has spent a month in India at a meditation retreatBack on Philip As a younger man he was a sex fiend That s why Philip was in therapy with Julius Where psychotherapy with Julius didn t help the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer did help and Philip explains to everyone in the group how and why the philosophy of Schopenhauer worked and how Schopenhauer can help others This leads the author to intersperse chapters in the novel about the life and philosophy of the great nineteenth century thinker a thinker who had a profound influence on Sigmund Freud and thus psychology and psychotherapy Schopenhauer didn t shy away from philosophizing about sexuality and other issues of the body rather his insights into nature s urges and energies are at the core of this thinking Thus the direct connection between what happens in the development of Schopenhauer s philosophy and what happens in the sessions of the groupThe cancer of the group s beloved friend and leader Julius adds a bond and emotional charge to all that happens in the group from week to week To find out exactly how events unfold please place an order for the novel today and read the first five pages You will be hooked You will want to continue reading and reading nonstop till the end Thank you Irvin D Yalom for writing a fine novel and sharing your experience and wisdom as a group psychotherapist as well providing a penetrating overview of one of the great philosophers in the Western tradition who as it turns out was foundational in linking philosophy with psychology


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    E–book [The Schopenhauer Cure] The characters were such unlikable jerks it was difficult to sludge through the stooopid plot much much better were the biographical chapters about Herr Schopenhauer's life and timesAnd the dialogue Who talks like that? But I suppose it is likely that people in therapy groups might babble like that The author is talented but could use a lot humor and media references to spice up the text I would have liked to see how Britney Spea

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    E–book [The Schopenhauer Cure] Read & download The Schopenhauer Cure This is a novel of ideas by Irvin D Yalom Given its' title the publisher decided that it would be useful to add the words a novel at the top of the front cover; presumably so that it would not be confused with self help psychology or philosophy textsThe novel portrays the operation of group therapy under the direction of Julius Hertzfeld an experienced therapist at the center of the novel But it also contains

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