- Copertina flessibile: 320 pagine
- Editore: Arrow (19 luglio 1990)
- Collana: Arrow New-Age
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0099728605
- ISBN-13: 978-0099728603
- Peso di spedizione: 159 g
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon:
The People Of The Lie (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 19 lug 1990
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Descrizione del libro
A gripping book from the bestselling author of hugely popular self-help book, The Road Less Travelled. Leading psychiatrist and self-help pioneer Dr M.Scott Peck reveals his encounters with evil, during sessions with patients of his psychiatric therapy.
Dr M. Scott Peck was a leading psychiatrist and bestselling author of inspirational self-help books. A graduate of both Harvard University and Case Western Reserve, Dr Peck served in the Army Medical Corps from 1963 to 1972 and had a private practice in psychiatry from 1972 to 1983. In 1984, he and his wife Lily helped found the Foundation for Community Encouragement, a nonprofit organisation which he devoted much of his time to until his death in 2005.
See the author website: www.mscottpeck.com
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The stories shared by M. Scott Peck (RIP) are true, chilling, deeply disturbing and may potentially initiate a gag reflex for many decent folks who have lived somewhat sheltered, intentionally ethical and productive lives...the lucky ones whose lives have remained untouched by anything of this nature. However, after having spent many years resisting the idea of labeling anything or anyone as 'evil' I had the fortune (or misfortune) of personally coming face-to-face with more than one individual who was finally able to convince me otherwise. I'm not sure if the terms psychopath, sociopath or borderline personality disorder are better suited than 'evil' for the people that we encounter in this insightful book -- scary that it happens to provide a remarkably accurate profile of many present-day religious, political and business leaders -- but these people do exist so we must prepare and arm ourselves with knowledge in order to keep moving forward no matter what we find. Ironically, this book makes Stephen King novels seem rather tame. Sadly the truth really is stranger than fiction.
These folks suffer from a number of disorders, and while Peck's classification scheme has not caught on in main stream psychology, for those of us who have had personal encounters with these folks, we know this categorical structuring of their personality to be accurate. They are a combination of many things; arrogant, controlling, greedy, and when their lives truly spin out of control, they become irrational as their world view shifts to their own small world which is devoid of reality. Under those circumstances, the only thing a person can do when encountering a "Person of the Lie," is to walk away and don't look back.
M. Scott Peck helps us face things, painful but real things that help us take the right amount of responsibility for healing ourselves with, hopefully the help of others. At the very minimum we can come face to face with some of the demons we carry on behalf of others and realize they aren't our demons. We are here to do our work and sometimes that means putting the work of others in the proper perspective. Only then can our healing begin..
Thanks Dr. Peck