- 出版社: Health Communications Inc; Revised edition (2005年10月15日)
- 丛书名: Recovery Classics
- 平装: 350页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 0757303234
- 条形码: 9780757303234
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Healing the Shame That Binds You: Recovery Classics Edition (英语) 平装 – 2005年10月15日
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John Bradshaw (1933-2016) has been called "America's leading personal growth expert." The author of five New York Times bestsellers, Bradshaw On: The Family, Healing the Shame That Binds You, Homecoming, Creating Love, and Family Secrets. He created and hosted four nationally broadcast PBS television series based on his best-selling books. John pioneered the concept of the "Inner Child" and brought the term "dysfunctional family" into the mainstream. He has touched and changed millions of lives through his books, television series, and his lectures and workshops around the country. During his career he worked as a counselor, theologian, management consultant, and public speaker, becoming one of the primary figures in the contemporary self-help movement.
One therapist once told me that this sounded like "when I grow up...". I never forgot that.
This book is important. To me, it was an absolute revelation.
If you identify with anything I wrote above, check this book out. It brings an almost immediate feeling of relief. What happens after the first eureka moment is up to each one of us and our individual stories. But, as a group, it's like realizing your symptons are documented and part of a disease that afflicts a lot of people and not just you - and which CAN be treated; which has nothing to do with your real identity.
And that place? Where we belong? It's right there inside each of us, patiently waiting for us to come back. I'm trying to find my own way back, and this book was the most precise and clearest "guide" I found so far. For the first time in my life, I feel like I'm on my way. Using the right road and all. At the right pace.
I do wish I had come across this before. But then again, time and place for everything, right?
From a genuine and soul-affirming account of the author's own personal childhood shaming trauma, to treatises on how shame develops psychologically, to chapters of how to combat and console wounded characters, to a (too) brief treatise on the numinous and spiritual, Bradshaw covers nicely the various facets of what it means to be shamed toxically, and how to recover and even thrive.
Whether for personal self-help, or to learn perhaps academically on the topic, or even as an aide to therapists and their ilk, I highly recommend this book as an eye-opener on this "daimonic" (all-encompassing) facet of life.