Happiness and Self-Growth Insightful Statements Leo Henry Wildeman

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Happiness and Self-Growth Insightful Statements by Leo Henry Wildeman
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THE AUTHOR:I am a US male MD psychiatrist.I collected therapeutic thoughts and wrote others during my eighteen years as a psychotherapist. The best of them are in this book.Some categories and number of pages covering:Optimism 2Blame 3MoreTHE AUTHOR:I am a US male MD psychiatrist.I collected therapeutic thoughts and wrote others during my eighteen years as a psychotherapist.

The best of them are in this book.Some categories and number of pages covering:Optimism 2Blame 3Reconciliation 3God 3Honesty 4Reality 4Activity 5Fear 5Power 7Truth 8Freedom 9Love 9Anger 10Self-esteem 11Self Concept 16Ego 16Expectations 34Forgiving 34The overall goal is self help that is also enjoyable reading.

Half of the book consists of quotes from others: Pharaoh Rameses II, Buddha, Confucius, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and many contemporary authors.Everyday problems are addressed. For example, Aristotles We go to work to have leisure and go to war to have peace” is still noteworthy today.I have placed connected aphorisms together so that the thoughts support and build on each other.Examples of two self-esteem quotes:1 - A self-help book is like a lawn mower.

You can go out and spend a tidy sum buying a good one. But if you don’t get behind it and push, it won’t cut grass. Lebouf2 - A person without self-esteem is like a car without gasoline. Thomas SzaszPARTIAL OUTLINE OF BOOK (only the first four chapters)Chapter 1 - Aphorisms On AphorismsA proverb is a short sentence based on long experience. CervantesAction: Absence of occupation is not rest. A mind quite vacant is a mind distressed. William CowperModern Culture: Women who seek to be equal to men may be seeking to lower themselves.You can afford a home as long as you don’t stay home.

Herbert V. ProchnowMorality: Puritanism The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy. H.L. MenchenChapter 2 - Giving ThanksAll our discontents spring from want of thankfulness for what we have. Daniel DefoeMoney: The meek shall inherit the earth but not the mineral rights. Jean Paul GettyAddictions: Money and TV are only instruments to be used, not deities to be worshiped.Television: Be disciplined enough to keep your well filled with well thoughts, or it will occupy itself with TV, at your own considerable expense.Education: I learned much from my teachers, more from my books, and most from my troubles.

I. KaminerAcceptance: To have no choice is the ultimate freedom- there is only the way things are. KrishnamurtiHistory should prevent the same mistakes. But we now write history to rationalize our present mistakes. Claud G. BowersHistory is more ideological than objective. George Washingtons inability to lie was and is a historical myth- it is a lie used to prevent our lying. A particular past is concocted and used as a tool to get you to act in a particular way now.Attitude: How you view your past and future is determined by how you want to feel at the present time.

If you want to be happy now, you’ll recall happy memories and envision a happy future.Beliefs: We all have our cowardices. We call them our principles.” Whenever a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed of, he declares it is his duty. George Bernard ShawWork: God cares for even the birds of the field- but he doesnt throw the food in the nest.Grief: Cry child cry. For unexpressed grief never ends.



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