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The Family Dinner or How to Survive Your Loving, Neurotic Family
Family dinners are the perfect opportunity to show a rogue’s gallery of characters with strong personalities, who will, over the course of a meal, offend and wound each other, but come to love each other once again. Family get-togethers, where neuroses take centre stage. Olivia Hagimont’s sense of humour works as a magnifying glass, allowing us to see our own idiosyncrasies in order to be able to put things that hurt us into better perspective, and to start letting go of past events.
The Secrets of your Dreams
Each of these case studies is illustrated by Eloise Oddos, making the book an attractive gift. A true practical guide of the interpretation of dreams, it is concrete, precise, practicable, written by one of the most inventive French authors. This book renews our understanding of dreams and puts the study back in its deserved place in our "rationalised" lives.
Stay Freudian with Lacan
An unknown scene from the history of psychoanalysis
Olivier Bouvet de la Maisonneuve
Narcissus and Oedipus Go to Hollywood Psychoanalysis with Depression
Art and creativity can help us understand depression and how the psyche works
The Freudian Couch Revolution
Existential psychotherapy: a new approach grounded in the power of consciousness
As Time Goes By
The power of the passage of time
Between You and Me
Giving and receiving: how to establish trust in affective relations?
The Manufacture of Children
What are the limits of assisted reproductive technology (ART), a crucial issue for our children and the future?
The Telemachus complex Fathers’ New Identity: Reconstructing a Paternal Image
A clear-sighted, indispensable work to understand the changing role of fathers in today’s society
A Part of One’s Self in the Life of Others
The role of the patient in the psychoanalyst’s personal life
Geneviève Delaisi de Parseval
Infertility and the Pain It Causes Nine Months in a Psychoanalyst’s Life
Reproduction examined from every angle: hopes, ethics, norms, values and a changing society
Who Were the Hidden Children? Thinking With the Major Witnesses
Nathalie Zajde continues to research the psychological trauma and the identity of children who were hidden during the Holocaust
At the risk of the order
Could order exist in the absence of any sort of authority to enforce it?
Happiness is Taking Responsibility Overcoming Guilt
Accept responsibility instead of succumbing to guilt — and take a step toward happiness
A Heartache Can Help You Grow Up
Understanding the pain caused by an unhappy love affair can help you pick up the pieces — and start loving again