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Breaking Free epub ebook

by Nathaniel Branden

Breaking Free epub ebook

Author: Nathaniel Branden
Language: English
Publisher: Nash Pub; 1st Edition edition (1970)
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 084021149X
ISBN13: 978-0840211491
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 618
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A Book about the Past and Self Esteem. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. Nathaniel Branden is a major proponent of "self esteem psychology". He took some of the ideas of Ayn Rand and developed them in a psychological direction. He usually focused on what we can do in the present moment to feel better about ourselves.

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Nathaniel Branden, best selling author of The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem introduces a revolutionary method to. .Breaking Free will liberate you from your inhibitions and allow you to have a greater sense of yourself and your true potential.

Nathaniel Branden, best selling author of The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem introduces a revolutionary method to show you how repressed feelings and forgotten past experiences may have shaped your current sense of self. Breaking Free introduces 22 key questions designed to break down repressive barriers.

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Nathaniel Branden, The Disowned Self). To ensure we don’t fall victim to the biggest danger of losing oneself, it is necessary to integrate painful emotions into our awareness

Nathaniel Branden, The Disowned Self). To ensure we don’t fall victim to the biggest danger of losing oneself, it is necessary to integrate painful emotions into our awareness. In his book Breaking Free, Branden explained the advice he gave to patients in one of his group therapy sessions: I encouraged them to pay attention to the emotions they were feeling and to let themselves experience those emotions fully – not to block them or inhibit them or repress them.

Nathaniel Branden, author of The Psychology of Self-Esteem, is a revolutionary psychological theorist and a distinguished practicing therapist. This book is the story of his discovery of a new method for rapidly uncovering the childhood origins of a negative self concept, through a list of questions calculated to break the barrier of repression and to bring to light the early experiences that fostered a view of oneself as immoral or ineffectual or mediocre or helpless or worthless. Further, it is the story of the liberating power of these questions, told by means of dramatized case histories that have explosive relevance to the overwhelming majority of readers. Mr. Branden writes: "I have always been keenly aware of the drama inherent in the therapeutic process. It was fascinating to watch my clients efforts to think clearly despite acute suffering, their abrupt digressions into irrelevancies, the sudden eruptions of emotional violence, the relapses into passivity and resignation, then the resurrection of their desire to fight, to break their chains, to burst forth. This is the drama I invite the reader to share with me." (from the dust jacket)
Reviews (5)
Xtani
This book was different than I expected but a lot of well organized cases to be used as examples, most of the book is about sessions dialogs , with sections from other books by same author ... Really good as a reference ...

Nalme
Good book.

Mejora
very happy with purchase and quick shipping

Feri
Nathaniel Branden is a major proponent of "self esteem psychology". He took some of the ideas of Ayn Rand and developed them in a psychological direction. He usually focused on what we can do in the present moment to feel better about ourselves. In this book, he shows how some of our hurts and wounds from childhood have shaped us. We are then able to acknowledge this things, feel the hurt, and move past them. The book is a series of transcripts from people doing group work with him and working through their childhood stuff. This gives a practical flavor as well as feeling how people process their stuff and work it through.

WUNDERKIND
Dr. Branden leads a psychotheraphy group. You get to sit in and participate. He covers about 18 standard mistakes parents make in raising their kids. As he asks questions to the group and they share their pains from childhood you identify with them and say, "thats what my parents did." This also brings up the emotional hurt that leads you on the way to learning from your childhood, instead of repressing it, allowing you to integrate yourself more fully. This will lead you to the life you want to live today, not from the controlled unknowing internally denied past.

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