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He died there on July 24, in his wife’s arms. Alienated rated it liked it Apr 16, To be fair though, this was written in the ’70s.
Simeon rated it really liked it Jan 18, I bought this as a new book from the bookstore and have been reading it after one of our dogs chewed on it years ago. Blown your diet after 8 weeks? My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Ellis A. & Knaus W. : Overcoming Procrastination : Dr Albert Ellis :
Based procrastunation a professional survey of USA and Canadian psychologists, he was considered as the second most influential psychotherapist in history Carl Rogers ranked first in the survey; Sigmund Freud was ranked third. Vahiderfani rated it it was amazing Apr 07, But, as annoying as that was, I think it helped drive some key concepts home.
Aziz Khouri rated it really liked it Apr 01, Need a refresher after all these years so currently rereading it. Despite the poor writing there is a significant amount of useful information for ove This book is about using REBT to combat procrastination.
Mike Kollmansberger rated it really liked it Aug 03, There is lots of repetition; I often felt that the authors were trying to beat simple concepts into my head like I was a five-year-old.
Realise that if it has happened then it must have happened and should happen so visualise feeling having less emotionally strong emotions and reactions. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. MP rated it liked it Dec 13, Open Preview See a Problem? The authors – two established doctors of psychiatry who pioneered the “Rational-Emotive Technique” of dealing with and changing behavior – have a clumsy, ham-fisted way of getting their ideas across Yoshi rated it really liked it Oct 08, Return to Book Page.
Ellis A. & Knaus W. : Overcoming Procrastination
Norman Cook rated it it was ok Aug 02, Books by Albert Ellis. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Cheryl rated it it was ok Jan 31, Despite the poor writing there is a significant amount of useful information for overcoming procrastination in this book.
Chase Ellus rated it really liked it Jan 19, Despite his health issues, Ellis never stopped working with the assistance of his wife, Australian psychologist Debbie Joffe Ellis.
Ellis originated the rational-emotive therapy movement, which ignores Freudian theories and advocates the belief that emotions come from conscious thought “as well as internalized ideas of which the individual may be unaware.
The ideas presented are basic; and the many examples of generic patients suffering conveniently generic problems can get tiresome. I’m currently on my iPhone so this review will be short. Then give up or continue if you are on a roll 13 give yourself a reward for completion – chocolate or holiday dependent on the task The book goes in to a lot more detail on picking the right method for the right task and for your particular reason for procrastinating. The book is not the best thing ever, but if it’s the first self help book of this type that you’ve read as in my caseit’s a nice way to break the ice per say, and start te wheels turning on fighting the war against procrastination.
Jose Manuel rated it liked it Apr 04, Published July 3rd by Signet first published Lee rated it really liked it Mar 09, New American Library- Psychology – pages.