The Nature of Unhappiness
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A combined volume of two influential works. The Origin of Unhappiness is the author’s seminal account of why therapy is of limited value in treating psychological disorders in modern society; the second, How to Survive without Psychotherapy, goes further in explaining why it is not the will to change ourselves that is needed, but the will to change our social order.
Not just academic theory, but offering practical, sympathetic approaches for ordinary people. The central theme is that psychological distress is a response to damaging influences from the outside world, rather than from illness or personal failure.
Paperback, pp494. An uncommon title.
Published by Constable Robinson, 2001.