Parts Work: An Illustrated Guide To Your Inner Life
  • Parts Work: An Illustrated Guide To Your Inner Life
  • Parts Work: An Illustrated Guide To Your Inner Life
ISBN: 0979889715
EAN13: 9780979889714
Language: English
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 9.9" L x 8" W
Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Easy-to-Implement Immediate Benefits
I felt a bit silly talking to my parts, but having a mental conversation with the aspects of our personality during times of stress or even when we are contemplating our life choices or making professional decisions really helps clarify and balance the whole thought process. Simply put, these techniques are easily implemented into daily cognitive approaches and practice.
 
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   awesome basic book to learn about your parts
I have all this writer's books and this is the one I wore out and wrote on almost every page. The illustrated guide is great for those who get their hands on the cards. The book is a summary of parts work, providing an easy to understand format.
 
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   All the pages fell out
The book's content is good, but the physical book was in terrible shape, he said. It's like the spine was not glued correctly or something, it fell out.
 
5
   great content but poorly edited
Adaptable parts work great for a newbie like me. Lots of examples of how this works, he said. The book has a lot of typos, and Jackson is not the only writer to complain about the book.
 
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   Great bias to the feminine in the illustrations borne out in part of the text
I'm still reading this book, so I won't hold my overall opinion until I finish it. One of the more disturbing issues in the book is the female bias, primarily with the illustrations - 9 of the 10 parts in the first 6 out of 7 illustrations are female. The first part is a headbanging guitar playing rebellious teenager that's, you guessed it, female. With the large number of jobs that must be filled in today's world, ESPECIALLY BY WOMEN, many people need this part of the work force. What a waste of time, energy and money! In contrast, he writes, "93% of workplace fatalities were of males in 2017, that's not because... large numbers of roles must be filled especially by women." Also on 39 we are introduced to the multi-tasker that looks a lot like the eight-armed goddess Ambika, right down to the bracelets on every wrist, which gives a hint of the Eastern influences in the book.
 
5
   Best book on Parts Work that I've Found So far! Amazing!
An absolutely beautiful book. It's just that the whole thing is so comprehensible, so clear. I have come away from just reading this book more whole, more free, more connected, Mr. Stackhouse said. Thanks to all the sponsors: Tom, Lauri and Sharon.
 
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   The only thing that's really helped my C-PTSD
The Inner Family System is the only form of therapy that has made any difference for me, and this book does an excellent job of setting out the process and explanation without getting bogged down in academic jargon. In addition, my therapist used this technique in conjunction with EMDR, but you can do it alone with great benefits.
 
4
   psychology has come a long way in the last 40 years.
The premise of the book is sound by my observation and it helps greatly in understanding people around me, and myself, he said. It's great when making tough decisions, he said.
 
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