Swiss therapist Stettbacher provides a four-step program that enables adults to reconstruct their histories, find and heal their primal childhood traumas. Famed psychotherapist Alice Miller says, "I have undergone this therapy myself and felt its astonishing holistic effect on the body, mind, and emotions". Includes bibliographical refrences p. Translation of: Wenn Leiden einen Sinn haben soll.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Making Sense of Suffering by J. Konrad Stettbacher ,. Alice Miller Foreword. Swiss therapist Stettbacher provides a four-step program that enables adults to reconstruct their histories, find and heal their primal childhood traumas. Famed psychotherapist Alice Miller says, "I have undergone this therapy myself and felt its astonishing holistic effect on the body, mind, and emotions".
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Jan 23, Tom Britz rated it really liked it. Not only is this a good book on self therapy and healing from childhood abuse he also has an intriguing theory on humanity at large and why we are so violent. It is worth the read.
View 1 comment. Jul 31, Andrew Barnett rated it it was amazing Shelves: therapy-healing. This book defines the process of understanding suffering, and articulates clearly the means to heal from deep internal wounds.
This book does in less than two hundred pages what other psychotherapy and counseling books don't come close to accomplishing. It has been extremely helpful to me in my own healing process. My relationship to this book was deepened through reading Alice Miller.
They inform each other a lot. May 11, S. This book serves as a map for people from difficult or abusive families to examine their current problems and trace their origins into the deep past.
Ideally then, one would be freed from the difficulties and the problems resulting from not being cared for as a child A lot of work but the four steps and the book serve as a trusted guide in a forest of much darkness and uncertainty Sep 17, Morthen rated it liked it.
Interesting book that gave many seeds for thought. At some stages I thought the writing to be jumping from here to there, but I still enjoyed reading it. Not agreeing with all the writings and proposed ideas, but still thought that the book was worth reading. Apr 06, Susan added it. Read long ago. Only comment is "way too dry". Apr 20, Devin rated it it was amazing. A short book outlining the general theory and practice of primal therapy. Interesting stuff, particularly as it gets such high marks from Alice Miller.
I stopped reading half way through and resumed reading an Alice Miller book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About J. Books by J. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more Trivia About Making Sense of S No trivia or quizzes yet.
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