Making Sense of Suffering; the feeling confrontation with your own Past

By: Stettbacher, J. Konrad

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Making Sense of Suffering; the feeling confrontation with your own Past by Stettbacher, J. Konrad
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New York, New York, U.S.A.: E P Dutton, 1991. 400 g; XII, 148 pages, last five pages blank, includes further reading list, and index. The foreword and afterword by Alice Miller. Ownership inscription at the top of the front end page. Fifth printing. Slight ruffling of the top edge of the dust jacket. With this powerful and illuminating book, the author slowly and gently outlines the groundbreaking form of his primal therapy. He shows us how to discover and feelings and within the reality of our childhoods, to reconstruct their histories, define a primal needs and bus heel. The author maintains that suffering is the result of the primal wounding of a child before he can understand abuse, articulate his pain and outrage, or bear the hurts of being unloved or uncared for. The author provides a force step program that enables an adult to become the caring, conscious advocate of the once-her child and offers means to proceeding in therapy according to his concept. Alice Miller not only endorses his approach but credits it in her own recovery from abuse.. Reprint. Black Cloth Yellow Boards. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Psychology.

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