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The Other Side Of Happiness

Author : Brock Bastian
ISBN : 9780241239858
Genre : Psychology
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'Required reading ... Brock Bastian expertly picks apart the fundamental idea that humans thrive when they approach pleasure and avoid pain, explaining why hardship sometimes yields richer lives that are laden with meaning, deep social connections, and unexpected bliss' Adam Alter, author of Drunk Tank Pink In today's culture, happiness has become the new marker of success, while hardships are viewed as personal weaknesses, or problems to be fixed. We increasingly try to eradicate pain through medication and by insulating ourselves from risk and offence, despite being the safest generation to have ever lived. Yet in his research, renowned social psychologist Brock Bastian has found that suffering and sadness are neither antithetical to happiness nor incidental to it: they are a necessary ingredient for emotional well-being. Drawing on psychology, neuroscience and internationally acclaimed findings from Bastian's own lab, The Other Side of Happiness encourages us to take a more fearless approach to living. The most thrilling moments of our lives are often balanced on a knife edge between pleasure and pain, whether it is finding your true love, holding your new-born for the first time, finishing a marathon or even plunging into an icy sea. This is because pain and the threat of loss quite literally increase our capacity for happiness, as Bastian reveals, making us stronger, more resilient, more connected to other people and more attuned to what truly matters. Pain even makes us more mindful, since in our darkest moments we are especially focused and aware of the world around us. Our addiction to positivity and the pursuit of pleasure is actually making us miserable. Brock Bastian shows that, without some pain, we have no real way to achieve and appreciate the kind of happiness that is true and transcendent.

The Other Side Of Happiness

Author : Pamela Evans
ISBN : 9780755374847
Genre : Fiction
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A young woman takes strength in friendship and motherhood, until tragedy threatens to strike for the second time... Pam Evans, much-loved author of In the Dark Streets Shining and The Apple of Her Eye, brings us another heart-stopping saga of tragedy, friendship and a mother's love. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Sheila Newberry. For typist Sadie Bell, the 1960s promise a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities. Young and carefree, she lives happily with her parents and older brothers in Hammersmith. When Sadie meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, it marks the beginning of a new chapter in her life. Falling head over heels in love, the couple can't wait to be married and move into Paul's parents' home in a beautiful Surrey village until they can afford a place of their own. Despite the disapproval of her mother-in-law, Sadie is deeply happy with her new husband. But Paul and Sadie's joy is tragically short-lived and Sadie returns to London alone and pregnant. Although heartbroken, Sadie finds support in her family and close friend Brenda, and a new sense of purpose with the birth of her baby girl, Rosie. But life has more surprises in store for Sadie, and a terrible secret threatens to take everything away from her once more... What readers are saying about The Other Side of Happiness: 'This is Pam Evans at her best. I was totally hooked and as the story neared the end a large box of tissues was a must!' 'Loved this book. It's set in the 60s and about family life and the way life can hit hard. A real page turner'

Jacques Lacan And The Other Side Of Psychoanalysis

Author : Justin Clemens
ISBN : 0822337193
Genre : Literary Criticism
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DIVArticles by noted Lacanian psychoanalysts and scholars discussing issues that emerge in Lacan's Seminar XVII (newly translated) that import fields of psychoanalysis, philosophy, political theory, cultural studies and literary studies./div

La Trampa De La Felicidad

Author : Russ Harris
ISBN : 8408093940
Genre : Self-Help
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¿Te sientes solo, aburrido, desdichado, inseguro o insatisfecho y, a pesar de todo, pones cara de felicidad, fingiendo que todo va bien? Si tu respuesta es afirmativa, tranquilo, ¡no eres el único! Los últimos estudios científicos sugieren que vivimos prisioneros en una trampa invisible: un círculo vicioso en el que cuanto más luchamos por alcanzar la felicidad, más sufrimos a largo plazo. Por fortuna, escapar de «la trampa de la felicidad» es posible gracias a una nueva e innovadora psicoterapia conocida como Terapia de Compromiso y Aceptación (ACT). A través de seis poderosos principios, la ACT permite lidiar con el dolor, vencer los temores y construir una vida rica, plena y llena de sentido.

The Other Side Of Medicine

Author : Peter Tate
ISBN : 1846191548
Genre : Medicine
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"The Other Side of Medicine" is an amusing and challenging reflection of changes and fashions in general practice. Covering various themes including humanity in medicine, communication, and quality assessment of doctors, Peter Tate offers an abundance of personal anecdotes and patient perspectives. Doctors, particularly general practitioners, their trainers and examiners, and medical students will find this romp through a half century of medical life invigorating and invaluable. "This book is a collection of articles and short stories covering a medical career. Some are iconoclastic, the theme of good communication in medicine runs throughout, other themes are quality in doctors and the assessment of that quality but I hope the main strand of the book is humanity in medicine and my attempts at understanding what that is." - Peter Tate, in the Preface.

The Other Side Of Perfect

Author : Jacqui Cullen
ISBN : 9780595245185
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Other Side of Perfect is about living in a world that is less than it ought to be. A world full of fear, self-limiting beliefs and behaviours. It shows us how our negative attitudes keep us locked in a prison of our own making. What we can see in 'The Other Side of Perfect' is that it doesn't have to remain that way. We are the Masters of our life, we can take back control by choosing new thoughts and new ways of being.

The Other Side Of Forever

Author : Josette King
ISBN : 9781456605308
Genre : Fiction
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Every French woman knows about 'le coup de foudre', the thunderbolt of love at first sight that changes your life forever. But romance is the last thing on the mind of Jacqueline Marechal when the young Parisian woman arrives in Cologne in 1963, during the days leading to Carnival. All she wants is relief from her rigid family environment, and to bide her time while she devises a plan to escape even farther, all the way to America. Until she meets Rainer Heinrich. A self-professed cynic, German student Rainer Heinrich doesn't believe in love. He is content to observe its ravages from afar and relish his own carefree life. Until he meets Jacqueline Marechal. With the fearless innocence of young love, they trust that the intensity of their feelings will overcome national borders and centuries-old prejudices. Yet the forever happiness they promise each other is not meant to be. The opposition of her parents soon forces them apart. But they never forget. When their paths cross again two decades later, they finally confront the youthful fantasies that shaped their lives. From historic Boston suburbs to glamorous European cities, they must face The Other Side of Forever.

The Other Side Of Some Where

Author : Rhiannon Waits
ISBN : 1456744577
Genre : Fiction
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The other side of some where was written by Rhiannon Waits in 2006 and was stored until she become ready to publish. After numerous off ers, Rhiannon chose AuthorHouse to publish her manuscript. “Jessie Marie Harris enjoyed the cool fall Kentucky mornings. She was in her late twenty’s with three children and a worthless husband when she encountered Th e Other Side. Did her love for her children make her spirit walk between two worlds? When Jessie is involved in a horrible car crash, she passes right through to the Other Side. What is on the Other Side and do we remember our previous lives?” “A spell-binding novel which will integrate the reader within it’s pages and not let go until the last page! It will stay with you long after you have fi nished reading!” “Th e Other Side of Some Where stirs your deepest emotions on all levels. It has made me wonder if the answers found in this novel could really be truths!” “Th e concept of life after death, past lives, ghosts, multiple dimensions and heaven all neatly package into one novel!” Th e Other Side of Some Where is listed in the Genre’ of fi ction, yet it addresses many common questions with uncommon answers. Why do we meet someone for the fi rst time yet feel as if we have known them forever? Th e answer is simple for Jessie Harris. Maybe you have.

The Other Side Of The Bridge

Author : Katharine Swartz
ISBN : 9781940296586
Genre : Fiction
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Ava Lancet has lost her job, her marriage, and her baby when she discovers she has inherited her grandmother’s dilapidated farmhouse in a tiny village in central Greece. With the kind of emotional impulsiveness that has frustrated her stony-faced husband for years, she decides to move there and recover from life’s sorrows. When an elderly woman in the village mistakes Ava for her grandmother, telling her, with tears trickling down her face, that she is sorry, Ava is both touched and intrigued. What is the woman sorry for, and what secrets did her grandmother keep? Soon Ava is discovering the surprising threads of her grandmother’s life, including her part in the local Resistance during World War Two and a forbidden love affair with a British SOE agent. Spanning three generations and exploring the lives of two very different and yet surprisingly similar women, The Other Side of The Bridge will remind you how a fragile hope can spring from both tragedy and despair. Written by USA Today bestselling author Kate Hewitt, writing as Katharine Swartz.

The Other Side Of Things Essays

Author : Wickham Tozer
ISBN : BL:A0024169517
Genre : Devotional literature
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