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What Do You Say After You Say Hello? ebook

by Eric Berne


As Berne himself said, "I can't cure him my way, and I'm damned if I'm going to try anything else. This diploma on my wall proves i. This author also wrote Games People Play which I believe is still in print

As Berne himself said, "I can't cure him my way, and I'm damned if I'm going to try anything else. This author also wrote Games People Play which I believe is still in print.

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This book is considered by many to be Eric Berne’s sequel to Games People Play. Eric Berne was a psychoanalyst who became well known in the 1970s for his system of transactional analysis, the transactions in question being mostly those between a young child and its parents.

This book is considered by many to be Eric Berne’s sequel to Games People Play. Although Berne published other books since Games was released in 1964, most of those works were oriented towards those trained in psychotherapy and not towards the individuals who made Games People Play a runaway bestseller.

Eric Berne's best book, I feel After reading Games people play I was thirsty for more info in the transactional analysis.

Eric Berne's best book, I feel. Berne became the darling of social workers and pop-psychologists, and I suspect was correspondingly disliked by real psychologists. Nevertheless, I have a lot of time for him. In particular, his belief that human beings contain within them a Parent, Child and Adult, and use these to build their relations with others and their understanding of themselves is not at all daft. After reading Games people play I was thirsty for more info in the transactional analysis. and a lot about yourself and people around you. Enjoy!

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In it, Dr Eric Berne reveals how everyone's life follows a predetermined script - a script they compose for themselves during early childhood.

In it, Dr Eric Berne reveals how everyone's life follows a predetermined script - a script they compose for themselves during early childhood What Do You Say After You Say Hello? demonstrates how each life script gets written, how it works and, more important, how anyone can improvise or change his script to make a happy ending.

In short, the system that Eric Berne created has become an important social phenome non, offering therapy to. .Berne uses his sources too loosely, often neg lecting the spirit of their work to focus on the superficial similarities.

In short, the system that Eric Berne created has become an important social phenome non, offering therapy to many thousands and providing ad vice and counsel to milllions more. It is for this reason that faults one may have excused in Berne's books must be examined more closely. The style of the master as well as the substance of his arguments are now hardening into power ful dogma in the minds and work of his followers Berne uses his sources too loosely, often neg lecting the spirit of their work to focus on the superficial similarities that support his contentions.

What Do You Say After You Say Hello? The Psychology of Human Destiny.

This book discusses four questions: How do you say Hello? How do you say Hello back? What do you say after you say Hello? and, principally, the plaintive query, What is everybody doing instead of saying. Hello? These questions will be answered briefly here.

What Do You Say After You Say Hello? explains what makes the winners win, the losers lose, and the in-betweens so boring...In it, Dr Eric Berne reveals how everyone's life follows a predetermined script - a script they compose for themselves during early childhood. The script may be a sad one, it may be a successful one; it decides how a person will relate to his colleagues, what sort of person he will marry, how many children he will have, and even what sort of bed he will die in...What Do You Say After You Say Hello? demonstrates how each life script gets written, how it works and, more important, how anyone can improvise or change his script to make a happy ending...
Skrimpak
Derives from many sources (Jung, Freud to name two I know of), explains much (wish he had spent less time being witty and metaphorical and more nailing down hard theoretical facts (is that an oxymoron?)). Written when the nature/nurture question tilted to the nurture. The pendulum has swung back now so people are being drugged instead of cured. The idea today is that your personality and problems are the result of your genes. This has been completely disproved, so therapists and doctors and those in the know just ignore the proof. The proof is twin studies. Briefly, identical twins have identical genes. Ipso facto, if one becomes schizophrenic, the other will too (even though they are raised by different families). Well, they don't. That should settle it. Enough said. As Berne himself said, "I can't cure him my way, and I'm damned if I'm going to try anything else." Or "I'm a healer. This diploma on my wall proves it." This author also wrote Games People Play which I believe is still in print. The book these comments are about is not in print, but excerpts from it as of a couple years ago (edited by a colleague of Berne named I think Steiner) are.

Lots of psychology, fascinating, and downright fun.
Zeueli
For those who are working on being mindful of their own dynamic and how to be more authentic. I found this book helpful in reminding me that much of interaction with others is largely reactionary and learned response and that by intentionally being more present and by recognizing my attitude helps me to interact on a better level. This book offers guidelines to more effective communication.
Wohald
I'm reading Eric Berne's works out of personal interest. In his witty characterisations of the quirks and delusions of his patients, I see myself, my family, and my friends. In the context of transactional analysis, I'm able to make sense of some of the defects in my own personality and thereby make positive changes in my life.
Kare
If anyone is thinking about eatting married or starting a relationship... this book is a good read!
Tyler Is Not Here
Great book as always with Eric Berne, you'll learn a lot about how your mind works and why you think and act the way you do (might even be scary...).
The only complain is that sometimes the author doesn't get too much into the subject and leave it to the reader to understand what he's talking about. Without prior knowledge of Eric Berne's work it might be hard to understand sometimes (even with).
You have to remember that this book was published after he died, so it might sometimes feel like it's not quite finish.
Cordabor
The classic text on transactional analysis.
Kipabi
was a very good book, but just a bit over my head. would be awesome if I already very educated in psychology
i. suggest the book to those who want to understand their behaviour and attitude and want to change certain thoughts and beliefs that prevent us from being our true self.
sometimes it is a bit technical for those who are not proessionist in the field but it is understandable overall and gives you interesting hints.
What Do You Say After You Say Hello? ebook
Author:
Eric Berne
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Psychology & Counseling
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Transworld Pub; New Ed edition (March 31, 1975)
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475 pages
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