For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 9781466806764
Release Date: 2002-11-14
Number of pages: 320
Author: Alice Miller
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Download and read online For Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB For Your Own Good, the contemporary classic exploring the serious if not gravely dangerous consequences parental cruelty can bring to bear on children everywhere, is one of the central works by Alice Miller, the celebrated Swiss psychoanalyst. With her typically lucid, strong, and poetic language, Miller investigates the personal stories and case histories of various self-destructive and/or violent individuals to expand on her theories about the long-term affects of abusive child-rearing. Her conclusions—on what sort of parenting can create a drug addict, or a murderer, or a Hitler—offer much insight, and make a good deal of sense, while also straying far from psychoanalytic dogma about human nature, which Miller vehemently rejects. This important study paints a shocking picture of the violent world—indeed, of the ever-more-violent world—that each generation helps to create when traditional upbringing, with its hidden cruelty, is perpetuated. The book also presents readers with useful solutions in this regard—namely, to resensitize the victimized child who has been trapped within the adult, and to unlock the emotional life that has been frozen in repression.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 1927575672
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 95
Author: Leah Horlick
Publisher:

Download and read online For Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB In the canon of contemporary feminist and lesbian poetry, FOR YOUR OWN GOOD breaks silence. A fictionalized autobiography, the poems in this collection illustrate the narrator's survival of a domestic and sexual violence in a lesbian relationship. There is magic in this work: the symbolism of the Tarot and the roots of Jewish heritage, but also the magic that is at the heart of transformation and survival.These poems are acutely painful, rooted in singular and firsthand experiences. But Horlick also draws from a legacy of feminist, Jewish and lesbian writers against violence: epigraphs from the works of Adrienne Rich and Minnie Bruce Pratt act as touchstones alongside references to contemporary writers, such as Daphne Gottlieb and Michelle Tea.In this reflection on grief, silence and community, we follow the narrator's own journey as she explores what it is to survive, to change, to desire and to hope. At once unflinching and fragile FOR YOUR OWN GOOD is a collection withtransformation at its heart.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 9780684871158
Release Date: 1999-05-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Jacob Sullum
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online For Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB The tobacco controversy is usually portrayed as a battle between selfless defenders of public health and greedy merchants of death. In For Your Own Good, award-winning journalist Jacob Sullum argues that such a view conceals the true nature of the crusade for a smoke-free society. As Sullum demonstrates, this struggle is not about the behavior of corporations; it's about the behavior of individuals. It is an attempt by one group of people to impose their tastes and preferences on another. For Your Own Good shows that long before Philip Morris or R. J. Reynolds existed, tobacco's opponents condemned smoking as disgusting, immoral, addictive, unhealthy, and inconsiderate. In recent decades, they have used scientific evidence that smoking is hazardous to enlist the state in their crusade, arguing that the government has an obligation to discourage behavior that might lead to disease or injury. Given this country's tradition of limited government, however, Americans tend to be skeptical of this argument. Sullum justifies their misgivings, noting that achieving a "smoke-free society" in a nation where tens of millions choose to smoke is necessarily an exercise in tyranny. It therefore comes as no surprise that tobacco's opponents resort to censorship, punitive taxes, violations of property rights, and other coercive tactics. Sullum argues that such uses of state power are illegitimate and dangerous, threatening the freedom of anyone who dares to trade longevity for pleasure. In response to this charge, tobacco's opponents have offered various rationales designed to overcome suspicions of paternalism. They have portrayed tobacco advertising as an insidious force that seduces people into acting against their interests. They have said that smoking imposes costs on society that need to be recouped through special taxes. They have claimed that secondhand smoke poses a grave threat to bystanders, so smoking should be confined to the home. They have accused the tobacco companies of hiding the truth about the hazards and addictiveness of smoking, preventing their customers from making informed decisions. They have described nicotine addiction as a compulsive and possibly contagious illness, fitting nicely with the public health mission to control disease. Often these arguments are combined with appeals to protect children, as when former FDA commissioner David A. Kessler called smoking "a pediatric disease." Sullum refutes each of these claims and shows that the anti-smoking crusade in fact rests on two complementary beliefs: that the government should stamp out the use of hazardous drugs and that it should deter activities that impair "the public health." He argues that the dangerous implications of these ideas extend far beyond tobacco.


Too Nice for Your Own Good

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ISBN: 9780759522053
Release Date: 2000-10-01
Number of pages: 288
Author: Duke Robinson
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online Too Nice for Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB If you're like most folks, you were raised to be "nice". Yet now you find yourself asking: "If I'm so nice, why isn't my life better?" Renowned minister and lecturer Duke Robinson has the answer. Robinson says that well-intended behavior is essential to a humane society, but carries a down side. Being nice often means we take on too much, tell little lies, strive endlessly for perfection, and fall prey to other self-defeating behaviors. Now Robinson outlines the nine unconscious mistakes nice people make daily, and he shows how to correct them and avoid unnecessary stress with life-affirming actions. Learn how to: -- Say "no" and save yourself from burnout -- Tell others what you want, and actually receive it -- Express anger in healing ways that maintain valued relationships -- Respond effectively when i0rrationally criticized or attacked -- Liberate your true self. Are you, like many of us, too nice for your own good? This remarkable book will empower you to get what you need and deserve,out of life...and still be a nice person!


Too Busy for Your Own Good Get More Done in Less Time With Even More Energy

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ISBN: 9780071612876
Release Date: 2009-06-14
Number of pages: 256
Author: Connie Merritt
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

Download and read online Too Busy for Your Own Good Get More Done in Less Time With Even More Energy in PDF and EPUB Taps into the “simplicity movement” featured in magazines and TV reports A high-profile expert on women’s issues, Merritt has appeared on 100 radio and television shows, and is regularly quoted in Cosmopolitan and Men’s Health. A member of 200 professional speaker’s bureaus, Merritt gives keynote addresses all over the country Includes “Five Minute First Aid” for instant stress relief!


Young for Your Own Good

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ISBN: 9781452596938
Release Date: 2014-05-14
Number of pages: 112
Author: Sherry Ellesson
Publisher: Balboa Press

Download and read online Young for Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB “It works! Sherry is living proof. Sherry leads us to take the first, second, and more steps to harnessing the ageless wisdom of the mind and body and transforming ourselves into the selves we dream about being. Aging is a state of mind—and you CAN change your mind. Sherry shows us how it can be done.” - Bryan Sullivan, PhD “This book provides lessons from the universe that our mothers never taught us—a conscientious journey into the balance of self. A must-read.” - Gloria James, PhD Young for Your Own Good is about freedom. It is a step-by-step guide to stripping away preconceived notions around aging and breaking out of limiting paradigms. Youth is not wasted on the young; it belongs to everyone. This is the story of one woman’s well-researched journey to the Fountain of Youth. Author Sherry Ellesson has cracked the code and invites you in her easy, often humorous style to prove for yourself that agelessness is a process and that personal transformation is attainable.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 0901825204
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 24
Author: Julian Baggini
Publisher:

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The Nice Factor Book

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ISBN: 0671029487
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 252
Author: Jo Ellen Grzyb
Publisher: Pocket Books

Download and read online The Nice Factor Book in PDF and EPUB Nice people want to be liked by everyone; they are afraid of offending; they accommodate other people above themselves; they adapt their behaviour to what they think other people want. Nice people are people-pleasers but feel compromised and hard done by a lot of the time. They find it hard, if not impossible, to ask for what they want; there are times when they don't know what they want. They expect other people to be as considerate as they are and think life isn't fair when that doesn't happen. THE NICE FACTOR explores the techniques needed to help people choose a different way of behaving and to put them back in the driving seat of their lives.


It s for Your Own Good Researching Youth Justice Practices

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ISBN: 9057184338
Release Date: 2016
Number of pages: 395
Author:
Publisher:

Download and read online It s for Your Own Good Researching Youth Justice Practices in PDF and EPUB In comparative studies, the Belgian youth justice system is described as one of the most welfare oriented in Europe. In recent decades, several Western European countries have abandoned welfarism and have taken a punitive turn. At first sight, Belgium is not heading in the same direction: the age of criminal responsibility remains very high (18 years), and youth justice is still underpinned by a mainly protective welfare philosophy. 0However, it is important to take a more critical look at this welfare image of the Belgian youth justice system. As we know, there is (always) a tension between law in books and law in action (or action with law). Political discourse and policy do not reflect the views or demands of professionals. Policy documents therefore do not equate to ?street level? daily practices. Youth justice practices can be at the very opposite of formal welfare goals. With this collective work we address precisely this question. This collection of contributions can be understood as a jigsaw puzzle. When laying the pieces on the table, an empirical image of youth justice practices emerges, and gives insight into the complexity of the youth justice system and the tensions that characterise these interventions in the lives of so-called problematic youngsters.


Against Autonomy

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ISBN: 9781107024847
Release Date: 2012-11-08
Number of pages: 206
Author: Sarah Conly
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Against Autonomy in PDF and EPUB Argues that laws that enforce what is good for the individual's well-being, or hinder what is bad, are morally justified.


Nudge

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ISBN: 9781101655092
Release Date: 2009-02-24
Number of pages: 320
Author: Richard H. Thaler
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Nudge in PDF and EPUB For fans of Malcolm Gladwell’s Blink and Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow, a revelatory new look at how we make decisions More than 750,000 copies sold A New York Times bestseller An Economist Best Book of the Year A Financial Times Best Book of the Year Nudge is about choices—how we make them and how we can make better ones. Drawing on decades of research in the fields of behavioral science and economics, authors Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein offer a new perspective on preventing the countless mistakes we make—ill-advised personal investments, consumption of unhealthy foods, neglect of our natural resources—and show us how sensible “choice architecture” can successfully nudge people toward the best decisions. In the tradition of The Tipping Point and Freakonomics, Nudge is straightforward, informative, and entertaining—a must-read for anyone interested in our individual and collective well-being.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 1863240128
Release Date: 1991
Number of pages: 123
Author: Rob White
Publisher:

Download and read online For Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB A special issue of TJournal of Australian Studies' aimed at youth-work students, welfare professionals and social and welfare policy administrators. Nine contributors, including Judith Bessant, Geoffrey Sherington and Johanna Wyn, consider the implementation and ramifications of youth policy. Includes discussions of gender and Aboriginal issues.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: 088070604X
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 28
Author: Doris Sanford
Publisher: Gold N Honey

Download and read online For Your Own Good in PDF and EPUB Jerome and his younger brother stay in a foster home while their mother tries to recover from her substance abuse.


For Your Own Good

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ISBN: OCLC:950465182
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 38
Author: Service de protection et d'information du Consommateur
Publisher:

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For Her Own Good

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ISBN: 9781400078004
Release Date: 2005-01
Number of pages: 410
Author: Barbara Ehrenreich
Publisher: Anchor

Download and read online For Her Own Good in PDF and EPUB An updated history of the experts, largely men, who have given professional advice to women makes the point that this advice has been unscientific, arrogant, biased, and generally self-serving and exposes the myths told to women in the name of science. Original.