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Ah, written 25 years after the book was first published.

On that point alone this book is moving and emotional and funny as few works of fiction can be. In his afterword, in which he reflects on writing this book at 55 after reading it again at 80, he admits to feeling embarrassed due to some of the content in Love’s Executioner. Currently I really need to be asleep and am not, so this will be slightly confused, short, and likely unnecessary, deal. Basically your existence is impervious to the fleeting thoughts, to the electromagnetic ripples occurring in some unknown mind.

Recommended to those interested in psychology, therapy, and reading about people. I went through a turmoil of emotions reading her story, and came out of it with a changed perspective of my own. Although the book does have a sort of instructional focus, I believe anyone could enjoy the content.

Although the book does have a sort of instructional focus, I believe anyone could enjoy the content. As off-putting as this is, though, it’s also one of the things that make the book stick out. And I was good for the first 3 or so stories The good therapist fights darkness and seeks illumination, while romantic love is sustained by mystery and crumbles upon inspection.


Ugh, I am so disappointed. The author is a practicing therapist, and he based these stories on his patients suitably amended to ensure anonymity. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. This is not the book to read while you are actually in therapy.


La depresie sau manie. A good working formula is: For some reason, I found the case of the morbidly obsese woman deeply moving, while being most unsettled by the cases of the elderly neurobiologist and the elderly accountant–perhaps because they were the patients most similar to me.

Preview this item Preview this item. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In recounting his patients’ dilemmas, Yalom not only gives us a rare and enthralling glimpse into their personal desires and motivations but also tells us his own story as he struggles to reconcile his all-too human responses with his sensibility as a psychiatrist.

The entirety of the collection is used as an abs I started reading this book with the expectation that I would find an interesting but nonetheless mechanical look into the brass tacks of psychiatry When she is at her fattest, her body is all her – there is not a thin lady waiting to come out.

As part of this therapy process, I’ve recently become fascinated with the idea of how my particular experience has compared to others; and it turns out that my own therapist is what’s known as an “existential therapist,” and decided to start loaning me books on the subject by one of her heroes, Irvin Yalom who essentially coined the phrase and was the first one to define it.

Yalom is a fumbling therapist too.

Irvin Yalom

The entirety of the collection is used as an abstract for Dr. Irvin David Yalom, M. Home Documents Irvin Yalom. But it is Yalom’s incessant and obnoxious inner monologue that ruins this book for me. Jun 09, Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: Soon after this period he made some of his most lasting contributions by teaching about group psychotherapy and developing his model of existential psychotherapy His writing on existential psychology centres on what he refers to as the four “givens” of the human drayostei I was with him at the beginning – a lot of people feel this way, and after all, everyone loves a reformed sinner, right?


I used to be so sure. We are all getting older; and a few I hope I can manage not to throw the baby out with the bathwater – to keep The Gift of Therapy and Staring at the Sun on my bookshelf, and maybe even reread them. Even though his theory of choice doesn’t align with my own, I really do have to awe at and yalo appreciate the true mastery of the therapeutic process.

Apr 27, Jasmine rated it really liked it Shelves: As part of this therapy p Last year I started seeing a therapist for the first time in my life, although not by deliberate choice but rather as a side benefit of something else — namely, I attended one of those “computer coding bootcamp” programs here in Chicago, and one of the things they provide for their students for no cost is a licensed therapist on staff for weekly sessions.

La negare sau la acceptare. I liked the obsession and savored it afresh again and again. Professionally, this was a beneficial read; Personally, I struggled with his tone and some other nuances of the writing. Dragoseti this was basically a labor of love for me, or maybe a labor of duty and of knowledge of my own inexperience.

One must thank Yalom for writing such an informal book on therapy, because apart from him there are czlaul other therapist-writer trying, which makes this sort of books all the more significant. Published September 5th by Harper Perennial first published Try to see that.

It was only after several days that I realized I was missing everything on the yapom beauty of the beach, the lush and exotic vegetation, even the thrill of snorkeling and entering the underwater world.

But what to my wondering eyes do appear?