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Mind and Body Mysteries

(Decoding Persistent Depression #2)

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Decoding Persistent Depression: Book Two - Mind and Body Mysteries is the second book in a series that addresses a vital and compelling question: What if psychological symptoms aren’t necessarily the result of some cause, but personality-based means to achieve goals?
It explores common perceptions of mind-body dichotomy, conscious and unconscious functioning, the role of
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Kindle Edition, 279 pages
Published April 21st 2019
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    Kate Costello-Sullivan
    Jul 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
    While the style of this text is not for everyone, with its “whodunnit” approach and QandA format, the fundamental premise is sound, which is to introduce the Adlerian idea that depression has at its root conscious and unconscious motivations that propel both thought and behavior. It’s a mistake to read this defensively, as Dr DiPietro takes pains to signal the unconscious drivers (and potentially quite decent humanity) of those suffering from dysthymia. Rather, those willing to engage can find ...more
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    Very helpful. I highly recommend it to anyone who has anxiety and depression.
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    Dr. Roger Di Pietro, Psy.D. is clinical psychologist in private practice who has authored Early Recollections: Interpretative Method and Application (with Dr. Harold H. Mosak), The Depression Code: Deciphering the Purposes of Neurotic Depression, The Anxiety Code: Deciphering the Purposes of Neurotic Anxiety, and Decoding Persistent Depression.

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