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1 online resource (309 pages).
  • Flat feelings
  • tipping the balance: one couple's experience
  • 2. The thinking and feeling functions: understanding what makes you tick
  • 3. Misunderstandings: the $64 question
  • what in the world went wrong?
  • 4. The workaholic trap: personality changes on the gerbil wheel
  • 5. Narcissism: mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?
  • 6. The narcissist's family: the birth of narcissism and its generational legacy
  • 7. The journey
  • Stage 1, awareness: learn to internalize your feelings
  • 8. The journey
  • Stage 2, rescheduling: problem-solving. Now or later, that is the question!
  • 9. The journey
  • Stage 3, non-controlling communication: unplugging our ears and staying on our own side of the fence
  • 10. Feeling and thinking language and behaviour: "I thought we spoke the same language!"
  • 11. Problem-solving through creativity: the logical circle
  • Appendices: 1. Learn to internalize your feelings
  • a summary
  • 2. Additional functions from Jung's Theory of Psychological Types
  • 3. Which is your inferior function?
Clinical psychologist Dr Barbara Killinger offers insights and a variety of techniques that she developed in working with her clients over the years. Through their stories, she illustrates the dynamics of workaholism, showing how it produces profound personality changes, negatively affects family interactions, and reduces effectiveness at work. She explains the dynamics of how workaholism can result in the loss of personal and professional integrity, and why ambitious, perfectionistic people typically become obsessive and increasingly narcissistic. Achieving Inner Balance in Anxious Times shows us how to become aware of the darker side of our personalities, and how to avoid conflict and power struggles by establishing clear ego boundaries that help build mutual trust and respect in our personal and professional lives. The achievement of inner balance makes work-life balance possible.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780773538443 20180521

2. Culture/clinic [2013 - ]

1 online resource

6. Psychological inquiry [1990 - ]

v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Green Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (x, 168 pages) : illustrations.
  • Consistencies : cross-cultural patterns
  • Continuities : a transhistorical bestiary
  • The night-mare on the analyst's couch
  • The night-mare in the sleep lab
  • The night-mare, traditional Hmong culture, and sudden death
  • The night-mare and the nocebo : beliefs that harm.
Sleep Paralysis explores a distinctive form of nocturnal fright: the "night-mare, " or incubus. In its original meaning a night-mare was the nocturnal visit of an evil being that threatened to press the life out of its victim. Today, it is known as sleep paralysis-a state of consciousness between sleep and wakefulness, when you are unable to move or speak and may experience vivid and often frightening hallucinations. Culture, history, and biology intersect to produce this terrifying sleep phenomenon. Although a relatively common experience across cultures, it is rarely recognized or understood in the contemporary United States. Shelley R. Adler's fifteen years of field and archival research focus on the ways in which night-mare attacks have been experienced and interpreted throughout history and across cultures and how, in a unique example of the effect of nocebo (placebo's evil twin), the combination of meaning and biology may result in sudden nocturnal death.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780813548869 20180521


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