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How people change e-book

Author:

Allen Wheelis

Language:

English

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ePub size:

1446 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Harper & Row; 1st edition (1973)

Pages:

117

ISBN:

0060145587

How people change e-book

by Allen Wheelis


This book clarified many things about change and the nature of humans. Because it is one of those works whose every sentence packs a punch, it will need to be reread a couple of times.

This book clarified many things about change and the nature of humans. This is also a deeply moving book written without dramatic flair. 8 people found this helpful.

This thin book is so refreshing. It is anything but predictable to the self-help junkie. This is not self-help

At a time when slick, superficial, psychological works are foisted on the lay-public, Allen Wheelis has written a serious treatise. This thin book is so refreshing. This is not self-help. This a realistic look at the discipline that it takes to change oneself. It takes an unexpected turn, bringing the reader closer to the author's own struggles. A great compassion came over me after reading this book. Will You Change? Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago.

People may indeed be treated as objects and may be profoundly affected thereby. Kick a dog often enough and he will become cowardly or vicious. People who are kicked undergo similar changes; their view of the world and of themselves is transformed. People may indeed be brainwashed, for benign or exploitative reasons. If one's destiny is shaped by manipulation one has become more of an object, less of a subject, has lost freedom. If, however, one's destiny is shaped from within then one has become more of a creator, has gained freedom.

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Allen Wheelis (October 23, 1915 – June 14, 2007) was a psychoanalyst and writer who lived in San Francisco, CA. He achieved renown and success with his psychoanalytic practice. He achieved renown and success with his psychoanalytic practice, which spanned five decades despite the fact that he expressed ambivalence and doubt about the field and his own work in it (Merkin, 2007). Wheelis died on June 14, 2007 at the age of 91 in a San Francisco hospital after receiving back surgery(Squatriglia, 2007).

by. Wheelis, Allen, 1915-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Personality change, Psychotherapy. Gutierres on November 14, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

by Allen Wheelis "At a time when slick, superficial, psychological works are foisted on the lay-public, Allen Wheelis has written a serious treatise. -San Francisco Sunday Examiner-Chronicle.

At a time when slick, superficial, psychological works are foisted on the lay-public, Allen Wheelis has written a serious treatise.

Toggle navigationMENU. The main thrust gives variant forms of the contention that insight, while promoting change, will not necessarily produce it and that it proceeds from a natural progression of ""suffering, insight, will, action"" and cannot be reflexively conditioned (cf. Skinner). The other prominent concern here is freedom, ""the awareness of alternatives and the ability to choose"" although here again the finite is shaped by other factors - the past for one.

How people change [hardcover] Wheelis, Allen [Jan 01, 1973]
sergant
A memorable, moving, intelligent mix of memoir and reflection. Excellent writing; sage observations. Four stars only because the title almost suggests a self-help book, and while there is plenty of wisdom here, it doesn't neatly fit that genre. But this book has stayed with me in a way typical self-help books don't.
inetserfer
everyone should read this little book
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
Wheelis presents thoughts in a simple heart felt manner, and backs up his theories with clinical study. He is extremely open, unassuming, frank, and sensitve. It is a book that launched plenty of thinking, for me, about change and pain. There is much about the gap between what we know and how we behave. The most challenging stage of change is moving from contemplative to action and he details this transgression. Kudos to Wheelis for this poignant piece of insight.
Andromakus
very helpful book
Flathan
I haven't read it in years, but it was one of three book that I would rate as life-changing for me. Since it was introduced to me in college, I've bought and given this book away so many times I cannot count, but each time it was gone I would seek out another copy (sometimes in bulk). What an important work!
Steelraven
This book clarified many things about change and the nature of humans. Because it is one of those works whose every sentence packs a punch, it will need to be reread a couple of times. This is also a deeply moving book written without dramatic flair. Highly recommend.
Banal
I love the use of analogy when trying to express any concept and so Wheelis' use of his own personal story to share his insights and challenge my thinking was a perfect fit for me. A quick, easy read - I selected it seeing it referenced in Peck's book The Road Less Traveled; if you like Peck - you'll like this book as well.
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