men women and worthiness the experience of shame and the power of being enough

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Laufen Lernt Man Nur Durch Hinfallen

Author : Brené Brown
ISBN : 9783641197124
Genre : Self-Help
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Wahre innere Stärke erwächst nicht aus Siegen, sondern aus Niederlagen: Gerade zu straucheln und hinzufallen, birgt die Chance für inneres Wachstum und weist uns den Weg zu Weisheit, Hoffnung und einem tieferen Lebenssinn. Die US-amerikanische Starpsychologin Brené Brown erforscht seit vielen Jahren die Gesetzmäßigkeiten innerer Stärke. Anschaulich und anhand vieler Beispiele beschreibt sie den Entwicklungsprozess, der uns in Krisenzeiten positiv formt: Wir lernen, mit Scham umzugehen. Uns trotz widriger Umstände als wertvoll zu empfinden. Gehen das Wagnis ein, uns in unserer Verletzlichkeit zu zeigen. Entwickeln den Mut, uns über die eigenen Grenzen hinauszuwagen und unser Leben aktiv zu gestalten – und sind schließlich stärker als je zuvor.

Verletzlichkeit Macht Stark

Author : Brené Brown
ISBN : 9783641106782
Genre : Self-Help
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Selbstliebe statt Perfektionismus In einer Welt, in der die Furcht zu versagen zur zweiten Natur geworden ist, erscheint Verletzlichkeit als gefährlich. Doch das Gegenteil ist der Fall: Die renommierte Psychologin Brené Brown zeigt, dass Verletzlichkeit der Ort ist, wo Liebe, Zugehörigkeit, Freude und Kreativität entstehen. Unter ihrer behutsamen Anleitung erforschen wir unsere Ängste und entwickeln eine machtvolle neue Vision, die uns ermutigt, Großes zu wagen.

Die Gaben Der Unvollkommenheit

Author : Brené Brown
ISBN : 3899015835
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The Art Of Asking

Author : Amanda Palmer
ISBN : 9783732513284
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Um Hilfe zu bitten fällt uns oft schwer, weil wir Angst haben, schwach und bedürftig zu scheinen. Eine völlig falsche Sichtweise, meint Amanda Palmer. Die Musikerin ist eine wahre Expertin darin, sich helfen zu lassen, bat sie doch bei unzähligen Gelegenheiten um die Unterstützung ihrer Fans. Dabei hat sie erfahren, dass der ausgetauschte Gefallen stets für beide Seiten ein Gewinn ist. Wer um Hilfe bittet, zeigt sich zwar verletzlich, erhält aber auch die Chance, Vertrauen zu beweisen und Beziehungen aufzubauen. Amanda Palmer hat ein großes Buch über Menschlichkeit geschrieben; über Ängste und Schwächen und über die Kraft der Güte und des Vertrauens.

Chronik Eines Angek Ndigten Todes

Author : Gabriel García Márquez
ISBN : 9783462306743
Genre : Fiction
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In einem Dorf an der kolumbianischen Karibikküste feiert Bayardo San Roman seine Hochzeit. Ein prunkvolles Fest wird gefeiert, und dass die Braut den Bräutigam nicht liebt, scheint ein unwesentliches Detail, denn „Liebe erlernt sich“. Doch auf das Fest folgt der Skandal. Angela Vicario, die schöne Braut, wird noch in der Nacht von ihrem Ehemann ins Elternhaus zurückgebracht; sie war nicht mehr unberührt. Angela offenbart den Namen des angeblichen Täters, und mit Fleischermessern bewaffnet ziehen ihre Zwillingsbrüder los, um die Tat zu sühnen, das heißt, den Verführer zu töten. Das ganze Dorf erfährt von ihrer bitteren Pflicht. Jeder weiß, dass hier Vorurteile eine sinnlose Tat auslösen, doch niemand schreitet ein. Jahre später befragt der Ich-Erzähler alle Zeugen und rekonstruiert den Ablauf des tragischen Geschehens, die wenigen Stunden von der Ankündigung bis zur Ausführung des grausamen Verbrechens.

Sexting

Author : Judith Davidson
ISBN : 9789462098510
Genre : Education
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Sexting: Gender and Teens provides a close-up look into the intimate and gendered world of teens and those who live with and work with them. The author draws upon interviews with teens, parents and caregivers, and many others who work with teens from teachers and youth workers to principals and police, we learn how the new digital world is still permeated by beliefs and patterns of earlier patriarchal structures. This three state study reveals there are significant gendered differences among teens in their perspectives on sexting, and these differences have implications for how to respond to the issue of teen sexting. Adults, too, demonstrate gendered differences in their views on teen sexting, and these differences have an important impact on the shaping of youth views about gender and sexuality. As one mother said, “Girls set the pace, and boys notch the bedpost.” Some key findings include: • The human curriculum of sexuality is both conserving and adapting, and these two impulses are always interacting. • We are in the midst of social and technological changes that have vast implications for all of our cultural notions, including sexuality. • Regarding sexting: Adults are pointing fingers in many directions and leaving adolescents to fend for themselves. This compelling account—presented through the words of participants—provides a vivid introduction to hands-on social research that will be of interest to those in gender and women’s studies as well as the broader disciplines that touch upon these concerns, such as sociology, education, psychology, media studies, criminal justice, and other fields. Sure to spark strong opinions and discussion, the book offers opportunities for sustained engagement with topics of critical interest to today’s digital world. Judith Davidson, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Graduate School of Education at University of Massachusetts–Lowell, where she teaches qualitative research methods. As a methodologist, she is particularly interested in the use of digital tools in qualitative research and working with research design for complex projects. She is a co-founder of the cross-campus Qualitative Research Network and has overseen numerous qualitative research dissertations, both activities that allow her to enjoy coaching qualitative research. She has consulted and worked on qualitative research projects in diverse areas from sexting to technology integration in K-12 schools.

Jane Austen S Emma

Author : Kenneth Robert Morefield
ISBN : 9781443879286
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Jane Austen's Emma: A Close Reading Companion is a chapter-by-chapter analysis of one of literature's first great novels. Morefield combines an academic's breadth of knowledge with a fan's enthusiasm to craft a reading companion that will help illuminate the novel regardless of whether the reader is approaching Austen's work for the first time or the twentieth. Deliberately crafted with the student in mind, this title offers lucid, specific, and often surprising interpretations of key passa ...

Shame And The Making Of Art

Author : Deborah Cluff
ISBN : 9781351600538
Genre : Psychology
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Shame remains at the core of much psychological distress and can eventuate as physical symptoms, yet experiential approaches to healing shame are sparse. Links between shame and art making have been felt, intuited, and examined, but have not been sufficiently documented by depth psychologists. Shame and the Making of Art addresses this lacuna by surveying depth psychological conceptions of shame, art, and the role of creativity in healing, contemporary and historical shame ideologies, as well as recent psychobiological studies on shame.? Drawing on research conducted with participants in three different countries, the book includes candid discussions of shame experiences. These experiences are accompanied by Cluff’s heuristic inquiry into shame with an interpretative phenomenological analysis that focuses on how participants negotiate the relationship between shame and the making of art. Cluff’s movement through archetypal dimensions, especially Dionysian, is developed and discussed throughout the book. The results of the research are further explicated in terms of comparative studies, wherein the psychological processes and impacts observed by other researchers and effects on self-conscious maladaptive emotions are described.? Shame and the Making of Art should be essential reading for academics, researchers, and postgraduate students engaged in the study of psychology and the arts. It will be of particular interest to psychologists, Jungian psychotherapists, psychiatrists, social workers, creativity researchers, and anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of this shame and self-expression.

A Man S Way Through Relationships

Author : Dan Griffin
ISBN : 9781937612672
Genre : Self-Help
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The first trauma-informed book focused solely on helping men in addiction recovery create and sustain healthy relationships.

Maneuvering Your Career

Author : James K. Lehman
ISBN : 9781483543918
Genre : Business & Economics
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You just lost your job. Your boss called you in and said, “We have to let you go,” or “You’re fired!” What feelings do you have when you read those words? For some of you, you may be ecstatic to get away from your crazy boss. Especially if your boss is an idiot. But even after the initial relief, reality quickly sets in. You have joined the ranks of the unemployed. In today’s world, by the time you hit the unemployment line, it is too late to be prepared. So what’s going on where you work today? Are things all in their place and nothing is changing? Or is the place total chaos? Is there clear direction, or is your leadership working on the latest reorganization, or newest business strategy, or merging, or secretly preparing to be acquired? What is happening in your industry? Is it growing, or is it shrinking? What about your function? Are you currently working on what’s hot, or are you being left behind just to keep the old way working until its death? Are you on the cutting edge, or soon to be on the cutting floor? Does your crazy boss keep you under her thumb, and is she so controlling that you have zero confidence and don’t think you can do anything right? I could go on and on...but you get the idea. Nobody is safe. Everyone is at risk, even you! In my twenty-plus job changes in thirty years, I can honestly say I have been in your shoes. And it hurts! I can barely remember a time when I wasn't looking for my next job. I have experienced just about every type of career transition possible. After being fired from my first job out of college at age twenty-two, the rules I grew up with like “Get a job; keep it for life,” “The boss is always right,” and “Keep your head down and you will be successful” were quickly thrown out. Following in my father’s footsteps of working for one company for thirty years and then retiring was not going to happen. As I have had to maneuver my career, I have been fired multiple times, had my position eliminated multiple times, have quit before getting another job more than once, and had my employer be acquired, merged, closed, and go bankrupt. I have worked for the same employer three different times. And I have been self-employed. As a Senior Human Resources Professional and Professional Coach, I have seen this sad story be repeated over and over again by many people, from both the inside and the outside. What if there were a set of strategies you could follow so you could always be prepared, not just for those times that fit your company or your boss, but for those times when you are ready to make a change, on your schedule, as part of your plan? In this book, I have created a list of twenty such strategies to put you in charge. These strategies will allow you to take control of your job and help you achieve your dreams. No more living in fear, or being stuck, or being a victim in your life because of the whims of your idiot boss. In this book, you will learn the importance of identifying those limiting beliefs and past demons that are holding you back. You will be given permission to break those old rules, just like I did. I will show you how to focus on what you value and how to live your life in freedom and control. We then will review the strategies to get you prepared: Knowing What’s Hot, Learning for Life, Accepting Feedback, and Becoming an Expert. Finally, we will review strategies to ensure you are taking care of what needs taking care of: You! These strategies are Building Your Network, Getting the Payout, Knowing Your Rights, and Giving Back. I describe the strategies by telling you about the real life lessons I experienced, including my run-ins with crazy bosses.... Let’s do this together. If you use this book as a workbook, my hope is you can make progress step-by-step, and by the time you get to Chapter 20, your life will be different. Here’s to putting that crazy boss on notice!

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