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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books Dinah

Posted by daisym on December 17, 2004, at 18:48:20

In reply to Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books Dinah, posted by Dinah on December 17, 2004, at 16:15:12


I know what you mean. I read stuff and people have these "ah ha" moments or they only need things reframed once and they move on. When I read Yalom, I often wonder if he is as good and caring as he says he is.

I just read another book called "A General Theory of Love" and I learned a lot about the function of attachment and how the brain works. It was a fairly easy read and helped me understand myself some. Particularly because there is a discussion of the distracted mother and the fall out from that. I often think of abandonment issues around moms being completely unavailable. But this research talks about how a distracted mother can result in a child who is emotionally disorganized and doesn't learn to internalize things, like coping or calming methods.




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