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As victims of the pleasure principle and of immediate gratification, how can we overcome our reptilian brain? By relearning how to wait and to think.
A precious help to help you live in a peaceful way with those with whom you are brought to work.
From the body to language, including the climate, culture, and, of course, the family, an astute description of the way in which our different environments (“ecology” in the broadest sense of the term) determine, from childhood, the person we are to become.
The delicate issue of choosing to die is raised, explained, and critiqued. A generous book with lively prose, including many anecdotal stories.
Dance: an inner movement that can liberate any person who allows him or herself to be carried away by music.
A book for the general reader to learn everything about attachment and understand its repercussions in our daily lives or in those of our children.
The theme of love is not often addressed in writings on gifted people, yet it is a domain in which it is particularly useful to have clear self-awareness in order to make good romantic choices.
A synthesis of the principal results of scientific research on a subject that has generated many studies and has often produced superficial or misleading works.
A controversial subject: one can have children, love them, and think that one has not completely succeeded in life. A book based on a fieldwork survey. The words of liberated women.
Concrete solutions for an individual to escape the violent situation he or she is enduring, but also in the form of guidelines for prevention in the professional or educational realm.
A format adapted to the individual: tests for self-evaluation; keys for understanding how self-esteem is formed at every age, in private as well as professional life; concrete solutions to help live in the best harmony with oneself… and with others.
What is power? This wonderfully written book, powerfully argued, enhanced with contemporary examples, attempts to respond to that crucial question.
Alongside Genet, Tolstoy, Gary, and many others, a perceptive and sensitive exploration of resilience through a few great works in our literary canon: how writing can sometimes save a life, how words enable one to escape, to flee reality, or to create oneself, to create a world, one’s own, or to fill a void, or to tell one’s story. . .
An evolutionist psychology for dummies. A fun book on a subject that concerns us all.
Criteria to enable HR professionals and company managers to recognize, recruit, and support these unique personalities who are so valuable to organizations.
In line with Alain Braconnier’s books on optimism. In this book, he starts with an observation — there is a sort of general doubt experienced with regard to the future — and proposes tools to help move forward constructively into the future.