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❮Ebook❯ ➩ Therapy Author Stephen Grosz – Citybreakscheap.co.uk ‘I want to change but not if it means changing' a patient once said to me in complete innocenceWhat do we do when we find ourselves trapped by our own thoughts or behaviour? Drawing on his twenty fiEbook Therapy Author Stephen Grosz Citybreakscheapcouk ‘I want to change but not if it means changing' a patient once said to me in complete innocenceWhat do we do when we find ourselves trapped by our own thoughts or behaviour? Drawing on his twenty fi ?

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His consulting room and into the minds of his patients In these beautifully told cases we find compulsive liars deceived spouses violent children and delusional adults but we also find ourselves and in doing so understand a little about what it is to be humanSelected from The Examined Life

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Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Gro??I want to change but not if it means changing' a patient once said to me in complete innocenceWhat do we do when we find ourselves trapped by our own thoughts or behaviour? Drawing on his twenty five years’ experience as a psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz ushers the reader through the door of

eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Stephen Grosz is a practicing psychoanalyst—he has worked with patients for than twenty five years Born in America educated at the University of California Berkeley and at Oxford University he lives in London A Sunday Times bestseller The Examined Life is his first book.

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  • Sarah D

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroIf you need a human reminder of what it’s like to try and be a better you then this small vintage wonder is the perfect insight into moments of real humans trying to talk through the things we all are sometimes too scared to talk about our inner true thoughts feelings and honest truths Be it good or bad this is an excellent read for anyone wanting to people watch through the words of someone who knows what they’re talking about


  • Clementine

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroI felt that some of these stories ended a bit too abruptly but Grosz's writing is fascinating humane and moving A nice little book to read in an afternoon


  • Adél Katona

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroI reckon they should have dedicated pages to each story Each story could have been as long as the whole book


  • Apeksha Mehta

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroI am absolutely in love with this bookThe author describes 14 different thoughts and behavioural problems through the stories of his patients He talks about what happens inside the consulting room Patients from different age groups are presented He also tells us about his life a bit It's an insightful and fascinating read While reading one could understand what it means to be humanFew uotes from the book told by patients and author areLive well while you can die well when you have to Dad I think it's just that things that seemed big to us as kids look smaller when we see them again as adults' All sorrows can be borne if you put them into a story or tell a story about them But what if a person can't tell a story about his sorrows? What if his story tells him? Now as many of the patients I saw when I was young are gone or dead but sometimes as when waking from a dream I find myself reaching out to them wanting to say one thing


  • afshh

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroPsychoanalysis as it was taught at my university is something of a pariah branch of psychology My uni was very into the scientific method and you cannot really prove that psychoanalysis works or is real via scientific method which explains the distance That said I don’t necessarily think you can prove psychoanalysis doesn’t work or isn’t real eitherThis was honestly fun to read bc Grosz writes and explains his analyses of patients really well and the logic behind it all is fascinating Pariah branch or no a lot of the conclusions that Grosz reaches are poignant and worth reflection


  • Georgie

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroFascinating and very insightful despite the fact I'm not sure my views align with that of psychoanalysts Written in a dreamy prose half narrative and half observation Strangely sitting in the living room this Saturday afternoon finishing these case studies the one of the man with AIDS sleeping in his sessions as a way of feeling safeprolonging


  • Frank Rensen

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroA good introduction to the various things we do and feel and tell ourselves or neglect to and why Some stories are touching others are frustrating but all insightful in some uniue way They are all short samplers of something bigger the author's career in psychotherapy


  • Darren Stallard

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroGreat little introduction to his work and lovely insights


  • Júlia Schönfeld

    eBook Ë Therapy AUTHOR Stephen Grosz ✓ citybreakscheap Therapy AUTHOR Stephen GroI am not sure to what extent I consider myself a fan of psychoanalysis but these case studies were just beyond beautiful and captivating to read