Emotional Bullshit The Hidden Plague that Is Threatening to Destroy Your Relationships and How to S top It In this breakthrough book Dr Carl Alasko takes apart the emotional stealth disease that destroys trust and happiness in every area of life dating marriage parenting friendship and work Nothing is e

  • Title: Emotional Bullshit: The Hidden Plague that Is Threatening to Destroy Your Relationships-and How to S top It
  • Author: Carl Alasko
  • ISBN: 9781585426669
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this breakthrough book Dr Carl Alasko takes apart the emotional stealth disease that destroys trust and happiness in every area of life dating, marriage, parenting, friendship and work Nothing is exempt from this hidden plague, including your financial security.This stealth disease is actually made up of three common psychological dynamics the Toxic Trio of Denial,In this breakthrough book Dr Carl Alasko takes apart the emotional stealth disease that destroys trust and happiness in every area of life dating, marriage, parenting, friendship and work Nothing is exempt from this hidden plague, including your financial security.This stealth disease is actually made up of three common psychological dynamics the Toxic Trio of Denial, Delusion and Blame Emotional Bullshit emerges when we use these three dynamics together to deny, manipulate and distort essential facts substitute a delusional and false reality, and then blame someone or something when things fall apart.Dr Alasko provides a revolutionary way to eliminate Emotional BS from your life, markedly improving all of your relationships.Based on twenty five years of clinical experience, Dr Alasko leads you through a simple to understand and proven way to ban Emotional BS and significantly increase your happiness and fulfillment.

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    About “Carl Alasko

    1. Carl Alasko says:

      Carl Alasko, Ph.D has been a practicing psychotherapist specializing in couples and families for twenty five years He writes a weekly article about healthy relationships for the online Expert s blogs at Psychology Today and for the past fifteen years has written a weekly advice column On Relationships for the Monterey County Herald He lives in Monterey, California with his wife and son.



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    1. الكتاب يتحدث عن ضرورة معرفة الشخص باحتياجاته الأساسية وأهمية تعبيره عنها بطريقة واضحة بعيدًا عن "الاحتيال العاطفي"، سواء كانت تلك احتياجات متعلقة بالحياة العائلية أو المهنية أو بين الأصحاب أو حتى بين الشخص ونفسه.يدعو الكتاب إلى ضرورة الاعتناء بالذات وأن ذلك ليس من النرجسية [...]

    2. Explains 'reality distortion field' as it applies to pretty much all your relationships, both ways. It's what happens when people build their lives around opinions instead of facts, but haven't taken the time to tell the difference.

    3. I picked up this book expecting less than what I took away from it, namely a constructive resolution model that is actually workable. One thing I loved about this book was how Alasko didn't pull any punches, he was clear and concise about what emotional bullshit is and isn't, and why it's so damaging. Because it's a psychology-based self-help book it's inevitable that Alasko reiterates his points but once you internalize those it's easier to see how much truth is in his simple tenets. I think mo [...]

    4. Extremely helpful tools to help you learn how to argue - all married couples should own this book and reference it frequently. Should also be assigned reading to young teenagers before they get stuck in the really bad circular habits of denial, delusion, and blame. Everyone I know (myself most definitely included) exhibits these behaviors to some degree, but I know at least one person whose picture should be on the bloody cover!

    5. This book is what I call a "skimmer." I was able to just skim through the book in a sitting and fully understand what the whole book was about. It was too dry and repetitive for me to read every page, but I didn't want to just give up on itSo, I'm glad that I successfully skimmed it and in the process actually learned a thing or two from it.

    6. I found this book at my sister's house -- she was getting ready to return it to the library, and I returned it for her and checked it out for myself. This guy nails it. I really appreciate the clarity he brings to the subject -- it helps to empower everyone.

    7. I recommend this book to anyone who knows they're as capable of bullshitting themselves as they are being bullshitted by someone they love (or despise). And if you can learn to spot it, you can learn to avoid it - in yourself as well as others. Great read. It's so true.

    8. This author seemed too enamored of his idea so the nuggets of truth were buried under the prose tricks--not very well written.

    9. Stripped down, but still goodLike a lot of self-help books, this one relies heavily on short lists (remember the toxic trio, remember your core values) but with the examples presented, the book achieved its purpose.

    10. It is a short, clear, well-written book, about the need to be honest and caring.I highly recommend it, especially if you have relationship problems.

    11. Carl Alasko uses many examples of "Emotional Bullshit" and how the Toxic Trio are pulling us down whether we realize it or not. The thesis of the book could easily be summarized as "check yourself." Overall, the messages make logical sense and are particularly strong when they focus on ensuring we remember that a lot of how we act is controlled by unconscious feelings and motivations, or "desires" that we need to fulfill one way or another. The strongest advice in the book is that it is not narc [...]

    12. Sometimes you find books, other times, books find you. This stuck out at me on my way through the bookstore the other day and pulled it down. About a half an hour later and almost halfway through the book, I decided to purchase and take it home. It really was nailing some pretty great insights into my own life/actions that I had previously been unable to really articulate or get my mind around. The writing may be a little repetitive at times, but the core nuggets of information, namely his conce [...]

    13. BS abounds as Dr. Alasko takes us through the quagmire of interpersonal relationships. There are great messages and themes throughout the book such as, "it's ok to take care of yourself and not feel like you're being narcissistic." This specific thought helps the reader focus on the Emotional BS in their own lives before they address it in others (similar to the teaching of Jesus in Matthew 7:5). However, the book deviates from the course toward the end when the focus of the last section is almo [...]

    14. The book was interesting to be sure. I appreciated how frank he was about certain situations and that the role of a marriage counselor was not to save a marriage, but rather to assess how/if it could be saved or to help the couple dissolve it amicably. The processes he described (Constructive Communication) are very similar to nonviolent communication. I appreciated his references to recent research as well. Overall very informative.

    15. This book is very interesting and filled with a meriad of psychological insights. I found some great advice to apply in my life. I did get a bit bored in the beginning, skipped to the middle/end. Overall, interesting reference.

    16. Some insights; a very definite point of view. The solutions too structured and rigid to be very helpful to me.

    17. This book is amazing's a little repetative at times, but there's a good reasonIt's been so incredibly helpful to me.

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