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Come Meditate with Us Meditation with the Experts
Assembled for the first time in a single volume, twenty-one leading figures in the world of meditation, who share their meditation secrets, including their doubts and the difficulties they, themselves, have encountered.
Living through Bereavement
All civilizations have therapeutic methods to deal with death and the period of mourning. Not ours. By hiding away the experience of death, aren't we becoming more helpless, more disoriented than ever?
Coping with Death
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, a psychologist, is a lecturer at the University of Lille and the vice president of the Society of Thanatology.
Marie-Frédérique Bacqué, François Baillet
Coping With Cancer
This book will help readers understand cancer's dual physical and psychological impact.
Mourning and Health
Should mourners be medically treated ? How can we treat post-mortum depression ? Can mourning be a philosophical experience ? If you have lost a loved one, this book will help you make sense of all of your questions...
Déborah Ducasse, Véronique Brand-Arpon
BPD Sufferers: Overcoming the Daily Challenges A practical guide to home therapy
A guide based on the daily clinical practice of the University Hospital of Montpellier, one of the French centres of excellence in the management of borderline disorder. A practical self-care guide that allows you to follow a programme to overcome the difficulties that a borderline person encounters on a daily basis.
Laurent Chneiweiss, Éric Laurent
Anxiety (New Edition) Day by Day Health
Knots in your stomach and feelings of anxiety are common sensations. But what can be done when anxiety becomes overpowering, handicapping ? What are the symptoms ? When does it become a disease ? How can it be managed on a daily basis ? Who should be consulted ? A simple and practical book to help you to deal with this problem. Eric Albert and Laurent Chneiweiss are both psychiatrists, and specialists in the modern treatment of anxiety.
Internal Enemies Obsessions and Compulsions
Why do some people become obsessed with cleanliness, fear of causing accidents, or the idea that they are guilty of some fault or imperfection? Where should the line be drawn between "normal" obsessions, from which everyone suffers to a greater or lesser degree, and pathological obsessions? When should measures be taken to treat those who suffer from obsessions? Why have obsessive-compulsive disorders become so common (2.5% of the population now suffer from them)? Jean Cottrauxs study of several clinical cases enables him to describe how obsessive-thought processes function. Doctor Jean Cottraux is a clinical psychiatrist and lecturer at the Université de Lyon I.
Telling and Dying of Shame
It is shame’s “intimate theatre” that Cyrulnik explores here, in his new book
Martin Desseilles, Moïra Mikolajczak
Living better With Your Emotions
Learning to master your emotions will make you stronger to overcome life’s difficulties
Overcoming Anxiety All By Yourself
An accessible approach in the form of 100 questions/answers on an ever-present subject
Being a Parent and Liking Yourself As You Did Before The Strength of Mentalization within the Couple
A clearly-written and practical work, the result of more than twenty years of clinical practice and research on parents, children, and, of course, couples.