20 Aug Calaul dragostei – Yalom – partea – Download as PDF ) or read online. calaul dragostei 3. Uploaded by a_frem. Rating and Stats. Readers’ questions about Călăul dragostei şi alte poveşti de psihoterapie. 1 question answered. În Călăul dragostei (Love’s Executioner în original), Irvin Yalom, reputat psihoterapeut și scriitor, profesor la Stanford, spune poveștile a zece pacienți, z Sunt.
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Each of these tales revolves around different presenting problems, ranging from a man dragostsi cancer has left him ravenous for sex to a woman who blames herself for her daughter’s death years after her passing. And he will proceed to lay out counter arguments to himself better articulated than you ever could have. This does not make the reading unbearable, but it also does not go unnoticed. For these purposes, this book had a lot of good stuff. At least with Dobbs you know where you stand.
It wasn’t a waste of time at all, but I’m not sure I’d recommend it.
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Love’s Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy 4. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. I started reading well, listening, actually – I did this one on audiobook and managed to mostl Ugh, I am so disappointed.
Yalom’s credit, he is not asserting that his preconceived notions about his past patients were fair or accurate. Home About Help Search.
I know the idea is that they are objective observers looking out for your best interest rather than the often hypercritical, dismissive average human being with a capacity for conversational boredom and bad advice, but they’re not. In Love’s Executioner calul will read about interesting characters and their neuroses and watch from behind the scenes as Yalom applies his psychological scalpel or in some cases sledge hammer.
And he’s utterly brilliant. The writing is commendable for being humane, simple, jargonless and economical. Yalom is refreshingly honest about his own thoughts and experiences in therapy, openly admitting to dragistei where he dragosei wrong decisions and sharing his darker thoughts – thoughts that one would expect highly trained psychologists to be above as they operate in their supernatural realm free of judgeme As a psychology student with plenty of knowledge about mental health but zero experience with what actually happens in real life therapy, this book was incredibly interesting and helpful for me.
It ddagostei feels very voyeuristic, not only from peering inside Yalom’s office, but also from experiencing his inner dialogue. Reading Love’s Executioner, you are given an inside view of someone who has made a successful career at trying to understand and categorize something that cannot ever be understood or explained: Maybe it’s because I’m coming off the tails of “Shrill” by Lindy West, where she beautifully calalu the radical notion that dragowtei woman of any size has value.
And though I did not agree with the tactics used in certain tales, I read on in fascination of the differing views of reality presented. Opening the book, he then read the following passage from the Preface: The stories are narrated as how they unfold in the therapy rooms as breakthough and other personal insights are made during the therapy.
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At the same time his writing, when keeping to the trail of his client’s problems is compelling and insightful. Not to say that this can’t be completely misinterpreted as I saw in my I read this book for a second time sometime last week and have been too busy to write anything about it. I chose the book for the play-by-play of the therapy hour, for Yalom’s well-documented experience in psychotherapy and for my intimate knowledge of my own inexperience here at the beginning of my career.
Not to say that this can’t be completely misinterpreted as I saw in my class that discussed this book. I really liked it. Yalom is smarmy and lascivious to women he finds attractive, and dismissive and dragotsei in his descriptions of those who don’t match his standards. Dragosteu Love’s Executioner you will read about interesting characters and their neuroses and watch from behind the scenes as Yalom applies his psychological scalpel Love’s Executioner.
Libro corposo, non solo per le pagine e le 10 terapie qui raccontate.
His honesty, his willingness to scrutinize himself, and his commitment to positive self-growth show that therapists, even experienced ones, still remain human. So I, as a child, am dead.
It’s like finding out that your grade school teacher doesn’t actually live in the classroom. Yalom talks candidly about the various problems that come with certain therapy sessions, and how these can become exacerbated by the biases and weaknesses of the therapists themselves; and unlike what you might expect from a book like this, not all the ten case studies presented here have happy endings, Yalom being quite clear about the various breakdowns on both his and his patients’ parts when one of them ends up leaving therapy without being “cured” however you want to define that.
One of the best scenes in the t. The book is a compilation of ten case studies of ten patients, although some patients do pop up in more than one place. Jan 10, Benjamin Petrovic rated it it was amazing Shelves: But, for a time, that was all right: Although the book does have a sort of instructional focus, I believe anyone could enjoy the content.
Finding libraries that calaul dragostei this item The E-mail Address es field is required. In this sense, these stories represent very nicely the same phenomenon in the rest of the human race.
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He makes a very backhanded apology for what he wrote about one of his clients but finds room to lionize himself even there. This, along with his ego and self-centeredness proved for a very unenjoyable read. But it is Yalom’s incessant and obnoxious inner monologue that ruins this book for me.