New PDF release: Addicted to Unhappiness: Free Yourself from Moods and
By Martha Heineman Pieper, William J. Pieper
Drawing upon their years of counseling event, the bestselling writer group of Martha Heineman Pieper, Ph.D. and William J. Pieper, M.D. clarify how parenting types in line with self-discipline and over the top expectancies situation kids to equate disappointment with love. This usually persists into maturity, resulting in behaviors together with consuming issues, compulsive playing, disastrous romantic offerings, substance abuse, and extra. This publication offers readers with strong instruments, together with self-assessments, checklists, diaries, and workouts, to beat their desire for disappointment.
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Extra info for Addicted to Unhappiness: Free Yourself from Moods and Behaviors That Undermine Relationships, Work, and the Life You Want
In order to know how this can be so, you need to understand the special way in which you saw the world as an infant. You Were a Born Imitator At birth your eyes focused at just the right distance to light on your parents’ faces as they smiled at you and talked to you. You were born knowing your mother’s voice and finding it soothing. Also, you entered the world with an amazing talent. Having never seen your own face, you could copy your parents’ facial gestures. For example, if your father opened his mouth or stuck out his tongue, you could figure out how to make your face look just like his face by opening your mouth or sticking out your tongue.
We help you see that the addiction to unhappiness is not a shameful secret and that knowing about it is the first step toward gaining the ability to choose genuine happiness once and for all. To do this we provide many case examples showing how our clients unknowingly acquired an addiction to unhappiness and how, by recognizing it, they were able to recover and improve their lives. We cannot overemphasize that when we speak of the addiction to unhappiness we do not mean that you are choosing unhappiness of your own free will.
This is why as a two-year-old it was practically impossible to share with other children, why as a three-year-old you cried when it was raining and you couldn’t go to the park, why as a six-year-old you didn’t always tell the truth about how many pieces of candy you had eaten, and why you felt so upset as an eight-year-old when you lost a game. 22 Addicted to Unhappiness If your parents had known that, like all children, your self-esteem was dependent to some extent on having things go your way, and that this vulnerability to disappointments would be outgrown naturally, then they would have felt free to comfort you in a relaxed manner when you became upset.
Addicted to Unhappiness: Free Yourself from Moods and Behaviors That Undermine Relationships, Work, and the Life You Want by Martha Heineman Pieper, William J. Pieper