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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books

Posted by daisym on January 4, 2005, at 22:28:17

In reply to Useful psychology and psychotherapy books, posted by Dinah on January 4, 2005, at 8:10:14

I am in the middle of reading "thoughts without a thinker" by Mark Epstein. Actually I'm jumping all around in it. It is a book about Psychotherapy from a Buddhist perspective. I find myself in tears on many of the pages but it really resonates with me.

I know it is an oldish book, about 10 years now. Someone gave it to me for Christmas.

I also recently finished "A General Theory of Love" by Thomas Lewis, which was recommended by someone here. I really liked it. It had a lot of brain stuff in it, as related to attachment and memory.




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