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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.
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!
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.
This new book is the result. It radically embraces the daily practice of self-esteem and of how to live in friendship and harmony with yourself.
An exploration of a certain personality profile and a particular form of intelligence
A book for a general audience and for health-care professionals that explains how behavioral disorders, can be hiding repressed issues of abuse
How can one perceive one’s own freedom? How can one listen to oneself, others, and chance? How can we act so we’re not on automatic pilot? Fifty short essays that focus on that bit of awareness that helps us see life from a positive angle.
A landmark book, situated between philosophy and neuroscience, in which Damasio deals with the challenging question of the origin of civilization.
The Thetis complex, or the increasingly widespread difficulty in finding a good balance between the quite natural desire to enjoy life, and the acceptance that everything cannot be lived according to one’s desires.