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Dare to Live, Dare to Die Taking hold of death in order to live fully
The delicate issue of choosing to die is raised, explained, and critiqued. A generous book with lively prose, including many anecdotal stories.
In the Time of Souls and Seasons Psychology and Ecology
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 Secret of High Performers
Psychology and neuroscience as scientific support for a new understanding of high performance, by an author who is both a clinician and a researcher.
Motherhood, the Cradle of Humanity
Gathered together in one book, all the great themes that have been central to Monique Bydlowski’s work for more than fifty years, from life debt to the psychic openness so characteristic of pregnancy.
Rebuilding Oneself After a Life-Altering Incident
A very supportive voice, with enough optimism to encourage a beneficial change, and simple advice to instill confidence and to encourage practice.
A Spring at Home
55 daily meditation texts for inspiration, grounding, connecting. • Illustrated meditations to reconnect to ourselves and to others.
Therapy through Rhythmic Dance Healing through dance
Dance: an inner movement that can liberate any person who allows him or herself to be carried away by music.
Attachment in 26 Questions foreword to Boris Cyrulnik
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.
Gifted Adults and the Quest for Love Making Good Romantic Choices
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.
Body Language A Tool for Communication and Influence
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.
Untangling Psychic Knots When the Past Acts in Me
This reflection is supported by very rich clinical material: victims of military dictatorships in South America; mothers of jihadists; people suffering from mental disorders, etc…
Boris Cyrulnik, Philippe Bouhours
Sport and Resilience
An analysis of what makes great champions, which also deals with the influence of sports on resilience, and the impact of resilience on sports.
Regretting Being a Mother Being a Mother and Being Oneself Isn’t Easy
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.
Paula Thorès Riand
Wounds of the Mother Don’t Pass on Your Own Abuse
An analysis of the mechanism that puts into place a mother/child relationship influenced by a complicated mother/daughter relationship.
Against Harassment at School, at Work, and On the Net
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.
Based on the latest advances in research, notably in Anglophone countries. An approach that leans heavily on the neurosciences and looks at the cerebral foundation of lying.
Christophe André, François Lelord
Self-esteem Liking Oneself in Order to Live Better with Others
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.
Meditation and Brain
A study of the brain of one of the greatest meditators by one of the most brilliant neurologists today.
Governing is an Ambition For Which One Must Have Talent
What is power? This wonderfully written book, powerfully argued, enhanced with contemporary examples, attempts to respond to that crucial question.
How Not to Be a Perfect Mother
Are you a perfect mother or a real mother? Perfect mothers are forever smiling, their homes are immaculate, and they never raise their voices.
At Night, I Would Write Suns
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. . .
Slimming is simple and in your head
A visionary approach that very early on stressed the importance of the relationship between the body and the psyche in problems relating to weight-loss.
Jérôme Boutang, Michel DeLara
The Biases of the Mind Ways of thinking modeled by evolution
An evolutionist psychology for dummies. A fun book on a subject that concerns us all.
Gilles Teneau, Géraldine Lemoine
Toxic Handlers Generators of Goodwill in Companies
Criteria to enable HR professionals and company managers to recognize, recruit, and support these unique personalities who are so valuable to organizations.
Developing Your Teen’s Concentration
Concrete advice to help adolescents concentrate. A book that addresses adolescents directly.
Be Brave, Let’s Dream! How to Think of the Future Without Stressing Out
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.
Fanny Nusbaum, Olivier Revol, Dominic Sappey-Marinier
The Philocognitives They Only Like to Think, and to Think Differently
Uncommon and compulsive thoughts, reasoning pushed to its limits, extreme sensorial and emotional sensitivity, a mind that constantly creates connections…: the high potential dusted off for the general public, but also for professionals!
Sylvie Le Pelletier-Beaufond
A François Roustang Reader
A pivotal, essential book that enables the reader both to enter into the thinking of François Roustang, and one that carries on his work. The last book thought of and conceived by François Roustang with Sylvie Le Pelletier-Beaufond.
Living with a Victim of an Attack The Trauma of Those You Love
An incomparable book: a practical guide to help the friends and families of victims of an attack to assist them in the trauma they are experiencing indirectly.
Vincent Trybou, Baptiste Brossard, Marianne Kedia
Self-harm Understanding and Treatment
The first book to offer a complete and pragmatic approach to the treatment of self-harm behavior
Help Me to Live, Please!
With the energy and talent she is known for, Jeanne Siaud-Facchin proposes here less a new theory than a new practice of psychology...