Character Disturbance : The phenomenon of our Age

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-08-15
  • Publisher: Parkhurst Brothers Inc Pub
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This book is about character, and the clinically disturbed; it seeks to examine the topic and help the reader understand and survive personality disturbances in their lives.

Author Biography

George K. Simon Jr., Ph.D. received his degree in clinical psychology at Texas Tech University. For thirty years, he has studied disorders of character, including the mayhem caused by under-developed or failed characters in the home, the classroom, and in society. Following his international best-seller (see reader reviews above), this new book is the culmination of Dr. Simon's career in psychology. Websites where Dr. Simon's blogs and essays can be found include www.drgeorgeksimon.com and www.manipulative-people.com

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 11
Introductionp. 23
Neurosis and Character Disturbancep. 27
Major Disturbances of Personality and Characterp. 59
The Aggressive Patternp. 96
The Process of Character Developmentp. 135
Thinking Patterns and Attitudes Predisposing Character Disturbancep. 156
Habitual Behavior Patterns Fostering and Perpetuating Character Disturbancep. 175
Engaging Effectively and Intervening Therapeutically with Disturbed Charactersp. 196
Epilogue: Neurosis and Character Disturbancep. 246
Endnotesp. 254
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