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The Hitwoman Hunts a Ghost (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman Book 6), 2014

Bumbling hitwoman Maggie Lee has discovered the sister she thought was dead might be alive. She’s desperate to find her, but all of her bosses are making unreasonable demands. Demands she can’t afford not to meet. Once again, Delveccio, the chocolate pudding loving mob boss, needs someone whacked. Her obnoxious boss at her day job insists she intervene on his behalf with her semi-psychic friend, Armani. And the mysterious ...


THE HITWOMAN AND THE NEUROTIC WITNESS (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman Book 5), 2013

When her apartment building is blown to smithereens, bumbling hitwoman Maggie Lee is forced to move back into the Bed & Breakfast she grew up in. Living with her three meddling aunts is bad enough, but it just so happens that the B&B is also occupied by a U.S. Marshal, an FBI agent, her old friend Zeke who’s on a mysterious mission, and a woman who claims she can see dead people. These aren’t the kinds of roomies Maggie wants to spend time ...


Neurotic Styles (The Austen Riggs Center Monograph Series, No. 5)
David Shapiro

Basic Books, 1973

This new edition of one of the books most closely identified with clinical psychology since 1965 will expose a new generation to Shapiro’s stunningly defining conceptualizations of the Obsessive-Compulsive, Paranoid, Hysterical, and Impulsive ways of being.


The Hitwoman and the Family Jewels (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman Book 4), 2013

How do you say “no” to a mob boss? When bumbling hitwoman Maggie Lee is asked by her mob boss employer to kill a cop, she wants to say no. When her sexy murder mentor, Patrick Mulligan tells her the cop in question is a guy she once dated, she REALLY wants to refuse. But when her former date, Paul Kowalski tries to kill her, she changes her tune to “Hell, yes!” Maggie and Patrick grow closer as they scramble to figure out ...


The Neurotic Personality of Our Time
Karen Horney

W. W. Norton & Company, 1994

In this work, Karen Horney explores the basic structure of neuroses in the context of their cultural assumptions. Her topics range from the neurotic need for affection, to guilt feelings and the quest for power, prestige and possession.


Brilliant Orange: The Neurotic Genius of Dutch Soccer
David Winner

Overlook TP, 2008

Brilliant range is a book about Dutch soccer that's not really about Dutch socer. It's more about an enigmatic way of thinking peculiar to a people whose landscape is unrelentingly flat, mostly below sea level, ad who owe their salvation to a boy who plugged a fractured dike with his little inger. If any one thing, Brilliant Orange is about Dutch space and a people whose unique conception of it has led to ome of the most enduring art, the ...


The User's Guide to the Human Mind: Why Our Brains Make Us Unhappy, Anxious, and Neurotic and What We Can Do ...
Shawn T. Smith PsyD

New Harbinger Publications, 2011

Your mind is not built to make you happy; it’s built to help you survive. So far, it’s done a great job! But in the process, it may have developed some bad habits, like avoiding new experiences or scrounging around for problems where none exist. Is it any wonder that worry, bad moods, and self-critical thoughts so often get in the way of enjoying life? Based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), The User’s Guide to the Human Mind ...


The Hitwoman and the 7 Cops (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman), 2014

All reluctant hitwoman Maggie Lee really wants is to have a calm, normal life. She doesn’t want to go around killing people for money. She doesn’t want her sister to be terrified of her ex-pimp. She doesn’t want her Dad to disappear from the Witness Protection program. But Maggie rarely gets what she wants. Instead, she finds herself trying to keep everyone out of trouble. With the help of her ragtag team of supporters: ...


It's Ok to Be Neurotic: Using Your Neuroses to Your Advantage
Frank Bruno

Adams Media Corporation, 2004

At last, quick relief for the chronic worrywart. A neurosis exists if an individual suffers chronic anxiety that is out of proportion to reality. More than 20 million people suffer from some type of neurosis, and they're looking for answers. It's Ok to be Be Neurotic is a revolutionary book that presents readers with twenty psychological strategies to help them channel their neuroses and achieve posititive goals. In a straight-forward, ...


i am neurotic: (and so are you)
Lianna Kong

William Morrow Paperbacks, 2009

Book Description Did you wash your hands? Set the alarm clock? Lock the front door? Better yet: Do you like even numbers? Do you fold all of your trash neatly into squares? Do you count steps? Do you carry a bottle of hand sanitizer with you at all times? Everyone has his or her own neuroses. On a routine trip to the office bathroom, Lianna Kong discovered one of hers: "How could I possibly pee with my coworker sitting right ...


The Neurotic Cook Book
Ana Cecilia Carvalho

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014

"The Neurotic Cook Book" combines cooking and psychoanalysis in 50 chapters, an allusion on the number of minutes of a psychoanalytic session, in which humor and fiction are main spices. Along the book, family relations, psychological themes as well as psychoanalytic concepts are presented as a context in which writer and psychoanalyst Ana Cecilia Carvalho teaches her recipes for a good meal meant to gather friends and relatives around a ...


The Neurotic's Guide to Avoiding Enlightenment: How the Left-Brain Plays Unending Games of Self-Improvement
Chris Niebauer Phd

Outskirts Press, 2014

Has Self-Improvement Helped the Self? More than ever people are on a quest for self-improvement and enlightenment. People are "watching" their egos or losing their egos in order to find peace of mind or to get along better with others. And yet, the more we try to lose our ego, the more of it there is to lose. The more we try to make peace, the more we find conflict. It is exactly what happens when we try not to think of the number 3 and that is ...


The Hitwoman Gets Lucky (Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman Book 3), 2013

A novella about the further misadventures of Maggie Lee and the rest of the cast of zany characters from CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN: Maggie Lee’s a lot of things: The daughter of a mom in a mental institution and a dad serving time; The niece of three meddling aunts; The aunt (and now legal guardian) of her beloved niece, Katie; The friend of a snarky lizard, a dyslexic Doberman, and a semi-psychic co-worker; A contract ...


The Neurotic Behavior of Organizations
Uri Merry, George Isaac Brown

Gardner Pr, 1987

Drawing on many years of experience in various consulting and educational settings, the authors present an approach to organizational dynamics and diagnosis drawn from a Gestalt model of process and contact, resistance and change.


The Neurotic Parent's Guide to College Admissions: Strategies for Helicoptering, Hot-housing & Micromanaging
J.D. Rothman

Prospect Park Books, 2012

Admissions rates of 6 percent? Kids applying to thirty-two colleges? Sixteen-year-olds with more impressive resumes than Fortune 500 CEOs? Has the nation lost its mind? Why yes, it has! J.D. Rothman, the Neurotic Parent of blog fame, takes readers on a hilarious satiric journey through today’s insane college admissions process. The vividly illustrated book takes you from the Itsy-Bitsy Fiske Guide and Junior Kumon Tips for Preschoolers through ...


Neurotic Styles
David Shapiro

Harper and Row, 1965



Neurotic Styles
David Shapiro

Basic Books, 1965

This new edition of one of the books most closely identified with clinical psychology since 1965 will expose a new generation to Shapiro’s stunningly defining conceptualizations of the Obsessive-Compulsive, Paranoid, Hysterical, and Impulsive ways of being.


Psychotherapy Of Neurotic Character
David Shapiro

Basic Books, 1999

Shapiro’s keenness of observation and profound clinical wisdom are once again in evidence, as he brings to bear his brilliant ideas about neurotic character on the actual conduct of psychotherapy. The therapeutic material, argues Shapiro, consists not merely of what the patient provides but of the patient. Pay attention not only to the words, Shapiro says, but also to the speaker.Shapiro’s highly original view of the dynamics of neurosis ...


Neurotic Distortion of the Creative Process

Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1961

Neurotic Distortion of the Creative Process


How To Live With a "Neurotic" at Home and at Work
Albert Ellis

Wilshire Book Co, 1975

Book annotation not available for this title. Title: How to Live With a Neurotic Author: Ellis, Albert Publisher: Wilshire Book Co Publication Date: 1979/06/01 Number of Pages: Binding Type: PAPERBACK Library of Congress:



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