books about: neurotic
The Neurotic's Handbook
One of the funniest books ever.
I lost my copy of this book a few years ago and I still pine for it. I would open the book for the hundredth time and still find myself in hysterics. The author is now a magazine editor and I wish he would go back to writing.
Every Cat's Survival Guide to Living with a Neurotic Owner
Every Cat's Survival Guide to Living With a Neurotic Owner won the Tidy CatsŪ Feline Behavior Award presented for the best entry in the 2004 CWA Comunications Contest on the subject of feline behavior, and the 2004 CWA Muse Medallion for best book about feline behavior.
Brillant Orange: The Neurotic Genius of Dutch Football
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Simply the best book i have read about football. This gives massive insight into the culture of the dutch people and of their football. The connections are simple and intriguing. This book does not warrant a long review. In simple terms... Buy it, if you don't you are missing out.
Neurosis and Human Growth: The Struggle Towards Self-Realization
W. W. Norton & Company
Speaking as a non-therapist...
...this book is profound. I can see why it isn't often recommended to patients - there is nothing sugar coated or easy about this book. But if you have a copious amount of self honesty, this book is ripe for all kinds of internalization and deep reflection. It is truly a breath of fresh air for those of us tired with the thin veneer of Self Help books. I also have to comment that Karen must ...
Waiting for Birdy: A Year of Frantic Tedium, Neurotic Angst, and the Wild Magic of Growing a Family
The BEST book!
This has to be my all-time favorite book. I've had it for almost 4 years now, since I was pregnant with my daughter. Now, reading it again (this is probably the 10-15th time I've read it) while pregnant with our next child, it is STILL laugh out loud funny (literally). My husband will hear me laughing those great belly laughs and immediately knows the book I'm reading (again.) Can't recommend ...
And I Thought I Was Crazy! Quirks, Idiosyncrasies and Meshugaas
Katalin Media, 2010
Especially for amateur students of human nature
And I Thought I Was Crazy!: Quirks, Idiosyncrasies And Meshugaas is a hilarious collection of odd behaviors that are surprisingly endemic among humankind - little things like always making coat hangers face in the same direction, insisting that the toilet paper hang toward the front of the roll, and so on. Intended for mirth and amusement, yet at the same time absolutely true, And I Thought I Was ...
Empowered by Empathy : 25 Ways to Fly in Spirit
Women's Intuition Worldwide.
essential reading for empaths
I read Rose's books after having personal aura-reading sessions with her [...]. She is a truly talented aura reader and my sessions with her have helped me to move forward in my life in a powerful way. This book has a lot of helpful information for learning about empathy--what it is, how many different forms of empathy there are, and how you can learn to be a skilled empath. I have not worked ...
Hope and help for your nerves
Ahhh, sweet salvation...
You just have to be willing to apply the concepts! As someone who has suffered from anxiety and panic for the last 12 years, this book could not have come at a better time. Many days, even getting through the workday is a struggle, an I feel like I'm dying right here at my desk! Dr. Weekes' book is a quick and easy read (and from what I can tell, she speaks like a British person... her ...
Neurotic's Guide to Retirement
A Great Gift Idea
A fun "must read" if retirement is in the future or the now. The humor honesty and wit is light and so very real. Great gift idea!
Our inner conflicts: A constructive theory of neurosis
You've read the above reviews, and I second them all, so I will not repeat them. Let me just add that you will want a pencil and highlighter, because you will be underlining, circling, and making notes to yourself in the margin. This is an irreplaceable tool if you're into self-cultivation. A giant step UP from the abundant new-age spiritual soul-candy out there. It is not a book on ...
The Collected Clinical Works of Alfred Adler, Volume 1: The Neurotic Character
Alfred Adler Institute
Adler, like Jung, studied under Freud and reluctantly broke with him as Freud became, you guessed it, neurotic about his world view. Like the writings of Jung, this book provides page after page or insights and revelations. However, Adler's theories lack the drama and big picture (Star Wars) of Carl Jung's collective unconsious, so he does not have the cult following that Jung developed. This ...
The Book for Normal Neurotics
Grosset & Dunlap
Intriguing Insights into being Human
The intro "What is a Normal Neurotic?" sets the stage for Fromme's premise that "most of the people we know-including ourselves- are normal neurotics." A highly respected therapist, he states that we're not one or the other, normal or neurotic, but both. He believes that some of us are more one than the other, and that we often slip in and out of these states as conditions around us vary. This ...
Be Glad You're Neurotic!
Louis E. Bisch
Mcgraw-hill Book Company
M U S T......B E......R E P R I N T E D !!!!!
THIS BOOK, ("BE GLAD YOU ARE NEUROTIC", BY LOUIS E. BISCH, M.D.) DOES N O T TALK DOWN TO ITS READERS! This is important in any psychology book -- but perhaps especially important in a book addressed to sensitive, creative, and, (at least before reading this excllent book), somewhat frightened and terribly confused neurotic people. Being neurotic, (I know there is a newer term for the problem, ...
Backward Glances: (at a triumphantly neurotic life)
Patricia Hentz Regensburg
The poems in this volume are inspiring, cathartic, and relational. I enjoyed reading each of them with their varying tone that lend insight into the human experience -sometimes with tears and sometimes with laughter. I highly recommend this book!
Calista: Portrait Of A Mid-Twentieth Century Neurotic (Volume 1)
The author paints a vivid portrait of the conflict within a family that ultimately destroys his mother. He includes poetry composed by his mother as she coped with mental and physical illness. Calista Louviere's poetry is beautiful, poignant, and reveals her true creative brilliancy. I definitely recommend reading this book.
Driven: Notes of a Neurotic Entrepreneur : His Trails, Failures & Victories
Stones Point Pr
An emotionally honest and truly compelling novel.
DRIVEN shows the reader in real-time how things happen in a business. Driving powerfully from moment to moment, propelling the protagonist relentlessly forward, the story puts the reader in the CEO's skin. Crises pile on as quickly as solutions are found. Reading the novel is an exhilarating experience, providing a unique window on the life of a CEO, and its impact on those - his wife, his ...
Psychotherapy of Neurotic Character
A must read for all therapists!
David Shapiro's work has been well known in the field of psychotherapy. His earlier works, Neurotic Styles and Autonomy and Rigid Character, became instant classics as they appeared. In this third book Shapiro delineates his character analytic approach to therapy in the tradition of Helmut Kaiser. Following the theoretical discourse in the first chapter, he explains his major thesis ...
Nonstop Neurotic Cabaret
Gay Men's Press
I am Octavia Ariel Void, so of course I loved it. ( actually I think it is a composite of a few people) It is a very apt description of my home town Iowa City. He caught the time period perfectly, although I think the town is a bit "frozen in time".
The Complete Neurotic: The Anxious Person's Guide to Life
Charles A. Monagan
You know those humor books that try to be slyly funny but just come off as lame? This is NOT one of those. There are many laugh-out-loud moments here, including once where I was cracking up so hard I had tears in my eyes. The tone is a perfect combination of matter-of-fact and absurd. Great illustrations, too. Not for neurotics alone, it contains valid observations about the lives of all of us.
A truly graphic artist
I love this guy's work. He let's it all hang out, straight from his subconscious to your plate. Cuneo is a draughtsman's draughtsman. I've been admiring his mainstream work for years, and his cracked sensibility is obvious. In this tome he really cuts loose. This book is a pleasure.
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