Dignity: Its Essential Role in Resolving Conflict [Audiobook]
17 April 2018, 12:14
2016 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 7 hours and 32 minutes | 207.32MB
The desire for dignity is universal and powerful. It is a motivating force behind all human interaction - in families, in communities, in the business world, and in relationships at the international level. When dignity is violated, the response is likely to involve aggression, even violence, hatred, and vengeance. On the other hand, when people treat one another with dignity, they become more connected and are able to create more meaningful relationships.
Surprisingly, most people have little understanding of dignity, observes Donna Hicks in this important book. Drawing on her extensive experience in international conflict resolution and on insights from evolutionary biology, psychology, and neuroscience, the author explains what the elements of dignity are, how to recognize dignity violations, how to respond when we are not treated with dignity, how dignity can restore a broken relationship, why leaders must understand the concept of dignity, and more. Hicks shows that by choosing dignity as a way of life, we open the way to greater peace within ourselves and to a safer and more humane world for all.
Too Busy Earning a Living to Make Your Fortune?: Discover the Psychology of Achieving Your Life Goals [Audiobook]
15 April 2018, 16:00
2018 | MP3@64 kbps | 3 hrs 14 mins | 88.86MB
In Dr. Larry Waldman's fifth book, he tells step-by-step how to achieve life goals by using accepted tenets of the four schools of psychology: Biological, Behavioral, Cognitive, and Analytic. He uses the same easy-to-understand style he established with his acclaimed child-raising classic Who's Raising Whom? A Parent's Guide to Effective Child Discipline. Like that book, in this one he gives many anecdotes from actual case histories to illustrate his points. Those who study, learn, and put into practice the psychology revealed by Dr. Waldman will be equipped to achieve their life goals.
Jung: An Introduction to His Psychology [Audiobook]
15 April 2018, 15:56
2018 | MP3@64 kbps | 5 hrs 18 mins | 147.2MB
This classic introduction to the psychology of Carl Gustav Jung is important because it is the only English original text he sanctioned in his lifetime. In his personal foreword, he wrote: 'Mrs Frieda Fordham has undertaken the by no means easy task of producing a readable resumé of all my various attempts at a better and more comprehensive understanding of the human psyche. She has delivered a fair and simple account of the main aspects of my psychological work. I am indebted to her for this admirable piece of work.'
Originally issued in 1953, this Introduction immediately became the standard first step for those eager to understand the varied work and thought of this remarkable man. Mrs Fordham explains her reason for attempting the work. She wrote: 'Most people have heard of the late C. G. Jung, often linking him vaguely with Sigmund Freud; and although the terms 'complex', 'introvert', and 'extravert' are often used in everyday speech, few realise they were coined by him. Jung's influence has been far-reaching, touching many of the human sciences, and his ideas have proved of value in such widely differing fields as biology and theology. Many of his writings are technical, and even those of a general nature often appear somewhat obscure, but they contain a core of significance for everyone. This book aims at revealing this core to the reading public in language which is easily comprehensive and yet does not do violence to the subtlety and creative genius of one of the greatest modern psychologists.'