If you have ever experienced or been frustrated by people who seem to have a hidden agenda then you will enjoy and benefit from this book. The author states (some are paraphrased) and explains the following:
1. The evil hide their motives with lies.
2. Evil people want to appear to be good.
3. When confronted by evil, the wisest and most secure adult will usually experience confusion.
4. Evil seeks to discourage others to think for themselves (fosters dependency).
5. To oppose evil we must have an ongoing dedication to reality at all cost.
I agree that to be mentally healthy we must believe what is true and only what is true. After reading this book you will be better equipped to deal with people who cause strife and confusion. It will also help you identify thought patterns where you are lying to yourself.
M. Scott Peck – The Road Less Traveled
Created on Tuesday, 24 March 2009 19:09
By melding love, science, and religion into a primer on personal growth, M. Scott Peck launched his highly successful writing and lecturing career with this book. Even to this day, Peck remains at the forefront of spiritual psychology as a result of The Road Less Traveled.
In the era of "I'm OK, You're […]
The Normalcy Bias/Analysis Paralysis
Created on Thursday, 14 November 2013 14:33
In a previous article I stated that the ignorance and denial with regard to the true state of the US economy (click here for the US economy special) and the inevitable collapse of the US dollar never cease to amaze me. People simply don't understand that they will never -as in NOT EVER- get the […]
Robin Norwood – Why me, Why this, Why now
Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 20:56
From the Back Cover
Robin Norwood's international bestseller 'Women Who Love Too Much' changed forever the way we think about love. Now, in Why Me, Why This, Why Now?, she takes her readers - women and men - on a deeper journey into the realm of the Spirit, and offers a revolutionary perspective on adversity that […]
Karen Horney – Our Inner Conflicts
Created on Thursday, 26 March 2009 21:16
Karen Horney is one of the greatest of the Post-Freudian psychoanalysts. Horney's concepts of the root causes of neurosis, a basic anxiety, a sense of lurking hypocrisy , an idealized self image, conflicting impulses, are ingeniously insightful and, I have found, correct.
Her paradigm is very useful for understanding human […]
Bruce Fisher – Rebuilding when your relationship ends
Created on Sunday, 29 March 2009 13:23
The end of a relationship can be difficult. Whether you are the one who initiates the break-up or are on the receiving end of it, "Rebuilding," is a helpful tool to move you through the grieving process, to work through the pain of the breakup.
Alberti & Fisher provide a comprehensive outline in the form of […]