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kindle î Delusions of Everyday Life Ñ Hardcover read Ì randarenewables à We are all primitive and irrational than we care to acknowledge says Dr Leonard Shengold in this profound and elouent book We all suffer to some degree from delusions—vestiges of infantile mental functioning that coReferring to the lives and works of such literary figures as Shakespeare Swift Tolstoy Pascal Rilke Randall Jarrell Dickens Hardy and especially Samuel Butler Dr Shengold also brings in relevant clinical material because as he points out delusions of everyday life are at the heart of misunderstanding and conflict in life and of resistance to change in psychological treatment These delusions must be attenuated if therapy is to be successf

Delusions of Everyday LifeReferring to the lives and works of such literary figures as Shakespeare Swift Tolstoy Pascal Rilke Randall Jarrell Dickens Hardy and especially Samuel Butler Dr Shengold also brings in relevant clinical material because as he points out delusions of everyday life are at the heart of misunderstanding and conflict in life and of resistance to change in psychological treatment These delusions must be attenuated if therapy is to be successf

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Delusions of Everyday Life ´ We are all primitive and irrational than we care to acknowledge says Dr Leonard Shengold in this profound and elouent book We all suffer to some degree from delusions vestiges of infantile mental functioning that continue into adult life and that at times of crisis manifest themselves in narcissistic thoughts of omnipotence immortality or perfection Dr Shengold argues that we can never eliminate these delusions of everyday life but we ca doc ´ Delusions of Everyday Life ↠ Leonard Shengold

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Leonard Shengold ↠ Delusions of Everyday Life book N lessen their effect if we acknowledge or own them He asserts that insight into what we are and what has happened to us is a prereuisite for caring about others and for accepting the transient conditions of life both necessary to attain happiness Dr Shengold discusses delusions we all experience as well as delusions associated with paranoia perversions being in love and identification with delusional parents He illustrates his ideas by