Emotional Inheritance: A Therapist, Her Patients, And The Legacy Of Trauma
ISBN: 0316492124
EAN13: 9780316492126
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 25, 2022
Pages: 288
Format: Hardcover
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   The power of being heard.
In her book, Galit's sensitive descriptions of her relational psychoanalytic work in helping her clients are well worth reading and listening to. In her new book, Winslet explores the vital importance of our emotional connections to one another and what it means to be human.
 
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   A validation that my feelings werent my own
I've read a few books, but this is by far the best. Ive always wondered why I had those feelings. Dr. Atlas takes you by the hand and literally shows you “where your coming from” with your fears, depression, anxiety and loss. A wonderful read that helped me to validate that my questionable feelings were not always my own. Thanks for the support!
 
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   I finished reading it in 48 hours...
We have been waiting for that moment when we can name all those feelings we carry but do not always recognize or understand when they visit our bodies and souls. The book is an extraordinary reading for a therapist because of its clarity of expression and important knowledge, Eisenberg said. But it is also very easy to read by a person who wants to know more about therapy and how it works to understand how the therapeutic process is developing. I was moved by the openness and courage of the writer to share her personal experience and life with that of her clients, Morgenthau said. Paul LiCalsi recommended the book as one of the keys we search for to open closed doors of so rich environments. It's great to see people still talking about it. gabriela gabriela Concepcion said: "I think we're going to have a good year."
 
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   Superficial at best
The book is full of relatable stories of everyday people. However, there is no reference to how to heal emotional inheritance.
 
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   Finally some answers!
Just finished reading this book on my kindle and can't wait for my hardcopy to get here so I can re-read it with my highlighter! Some of the stories were spot on with regards to circumstances in my own life and helped me to see the reasons behind why I do some of the things I do and what my motivation is. So glad to have stumbled across this book, Gillian.
 
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   Finally making sense of inherited trauma
There are just too many family secrets and stories that just didn't ring true. Thanks to this book, I have been able to uncover quite a few and so many things that make sense. I have been on a quest for many years to uncover the meaning of fleeting memories, Raymond said.
 
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   A mustvread
I've read this book in one sitting. As I was reading, pictures from my childhood kept popping up in my head. I made so many connections to my own life reading about the therapy sessions of strangers and the authors. I've always read books with pencils to underline key passages and write notes off to the side. I am going to read it agin, but it is going to be slow.
 
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   A deeply wise and important book
In a book that combines patient stories, personal memoir and references to the psychoanalytic literature, Emotional Inheritance makes the insights of psychoanalysis accessible to the general public in a way few books have ever done. This book is highly recommended by both medical examiners and general readers. I've read the book and plan to recommend it to my patients.
 
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