By Martha Heineman Pieper, William J. Pieper
Drawing upon their years of counseling adventure, the bestselling writer crew of Martha Heineman Pieper, Ph.D. and William J. Pieper, M.D. clarify how parenting types in line with self-discipline and over the top expectancies young ones to equate disappointment with love. This usually persists into maturity, resulting in behaviors together with consuming issues, compulsive playing, disastrous romantic offerings, substance abuse, and extra. This publication offers readers with strong instruments, together with self-assessments, checklists, diaries, and routines, to beat their desire for sadness.
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Yet your parents may have had trouble meeting your needs because, like other parents, they were told to expect a level of maturity from you that does not fit with the way a child’s mind really develops. If you are one of the many people who periodically suffer from feelings of inse- Confusing Unhappiness with Happiness 21 curity and inadequacy, it is likely that too much was expected of you as a child, with the result that you grew up feeling that you were frequently disappointing your parents and other important adults.
Although for a long time she continued to feel furious with employees who made mistakes, Sarah now understood that when she felt disappointed in an employee she turned to angry feelings for the comfort of feeling that she was doing the right thing in responding like her parents. Gradually and with much difficulty, Sarah developed the ability to give up the familiar security of turning to anger when someone did something she didn’t like. She learned to sit down with the person, to clear the air with a productive discussion, and to move on.
Addicted to Unhappiness: Free Yourself from Moods and Behaviors That Undermine Relationships, Work, and the Life You Want by Martha Heineman Pieper, William J. Pieper