cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories
eBook Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories ePub

eBook Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories ePub

by Randy Carlson,Kevin Leman

  • ISBN: 0840776314
  • Category: Psychology
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Randy Carlson,Kevin Leman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc; First Edition, First Printng edition (April 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 218
  • ePub book: 1484 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1830 kb
  • Other: docx doc mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 932

Description

Early childhood memories are significant because they are more predictive of your personality than formative of it. You chose to select those memories - a lot of stuff happened really fast when you were small, and you didn't always understand them because you were a child, after all.

Early childhood memories are significant because they are more predictive of your personality than formative of it. The book shows you how to re-frame your unpleasant memories using an adult perspective. It features a lot of anecdotes from the authors that can sometimes seem a bit self-promoting

Kevin Leman, Randy Carlson. Written by two physiologists, this book explores how childhood memories (or lack thereof) can (in)form the people we become.

Kevin Leman, Randy Carlson. I have my doubts about this basic premise and it seems more likely to me that our temperament, psyche, disposition and character in life causes us to retain selective memories of our childhood that validate our individual personality.

I was in the process of reading this eye opening book when my house burned down, my husband of 24 years left me and my life started over. It is an easy read and even lighlty humorous. We are all unfinished grain, as in wood, to be shaped into whatever we choose.

Leman, Kevin; Carlson, Randy, 1951 .

Leman, Kevin; Carlson, Randy, 1951-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Their own lives, celebrities' lives, and case studies serve as examples to prove the staying power of subconsciously selected recollections. With their signature humor and warmth, Leman and Carlson take readers step by step down memory lane.

Kevin Leman,Randy Carlson. Books will be free of page markings. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. See all. Item description. About this item. Postage, Returns & Payments. Best-selling in Non-Fiction. Mrs Hinch: The Activity Journal (2019, Hardback).

Leman is a psychologist and Carlson is a marriage and family counselor. With their psychological background and experience it is no wonder that they see life from a psychological, rather than a biblical, perspective. As an expression of their psychological point of view, they say: Tell us about your earliest childhood memories, and we’ll tell you about yourself. Where is God in all of this? As usual, almost totally absent.

Home . Details for: Unlocking the secrets of your childhood memories. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Unlocking the secrets of your childhood memories, Carlson Randy ; Leman Kevin. Publication: New York : Pocket books, 1990Description: 262 . ewey: 15. 2 L547uSubject: Индивидуальность (личность), Personality Самовыражение; самореализация (Психология)/ Self-actualization (Psychology) Воспоминания (Психология), Recollection (Psychology).

Items related to Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories . Leman, Kevin; Carlson, Randy Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories. ISBN 13: 9780785266037. He has appeared on Fox and Friends, The View, Today, 700 Club, Mancow, and Oprah and has served as a contributing psychologist to Good Morning America. Dr. Carlson coauthored Parent Talk with Kevin Leman, and is the author of Father Memories, In My Father's Image, and The Cain and Abel Syndrome. He and his wife have three children. Unlocking The Secrets Of Your Childhood Memories. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Unlocking The Secrets Of Your Childhood Memories from your list? Unlocking The Secrets Of Your Childhood Memories. We begin this book with a promise: tell us about your earliest childhood memories, and we'll tell you about yourself today.

Offers a guide to deepened self-understanding based on recollection of childhood memories and linking those past behaviors and reactions to present-day personality traits

Comments

Wafi Wafi
This book is useful, but not as useful as you might think. I don't want to give it away, but it is a non fiction book....
Early childhood memories are significant because they are more predictive of your personality than formative of it. You chose to select those memories - a lot of stuff happened really fast when you were small, and you didn't always understand them because you were a child, after all. The book shows you how to re-frame your unpleasant memories using an adult perspective. It features a lot of anecdotes from the authors that can sometimes seem a bit self-promoting. There's a chapter I skipped (no kids) on how to not give your children awful memories (even though you can't really avoid it, even if you're Ozzy and Harriet). Basically, get over it. Forgive and forget, re-frame, look at it from another perspective, yada, yada, yada.... probably the same things your Mom and your counselor have told you. If you haven't talked to your Mom or your counselor, I guess you might find this book useful and an easy read.
Anazan Anazan
Right on about my childhood memories. Very interesting. You should read this and see what you remember first and how that impacts who you are today.
Whitebeard Whitebeard
I was in the process of reading this eye opening book when my house burned down, my husband of 24 years left me and my life started over. It is an easy read and even lighlty humorous. We are all unfinished grain, as in wood, to be shaped into whatever we choose. Thank you for writing it.
Daiktilar Daiktilar
If you want to know why your actions as an adult don't seem to make any sense, at least when you're in your rational mind, then this book very likely has the answer. It in all probability directly relates to actions that you were forced to take as a child, or even as an infant, in order to survive, or at least to belong. A process is presented to "unlock" those actions and to help change your unconscious actions and reactions as an adult so that you no longer have to deal with the world from the perspective of a child with essentially no power or control over your environment. Not only will this help you directly, but it will really benefit your perspective of your young children as they go through similar experiences.
Dangerous Dangerous
As a licensed professional counselor this is a book that stays in my office as a reference. I have used a technique that I learned from this book. I like to ask the question, "What are your three earliest childhood memories." I have found this an invaluable technique to use with clients to enable me to understand them at a much deeper level. The authors also go one step farther by showing the reader how to take the sting out of these memories. As always, A+ for any book that Kevin Leman has helped author.
Bukus Bukus
I have always these two authors, and I always get much insight in why certain things trigger our behavior when we don't remember what happened long ago.
Nilabor Nilabor
this book is great for doing some therapy work in your own home
Thank you, your insight is amazing!!!