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Staring At The Sun : Being at peace with your own mortality
It should give comfort to the dying and to those they leave behind. This is a wise book by a wise man about the most taboo of all subjects. Read it, and fear not. I honor his courage and rare insight. He has won two major awards from the American Psychiatric Association and is the author of the highly regarded Love's Executioner and Moomma and the Meaning of Life. He continues to run his clinical practice and lectures widely.
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We're featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Now, that I've finished the book, I feel so much more peace, relief that there are many, countless, people who have felt what I have been feeling. That my fears are natural progression in life and not death premonitions. I really like the questions in the Afterward and will go back over time to answer these for myself and write them down. I am actually not done reading this but wanted to leave a review to say this book has been helping me so much.
My fears of death are so intense, sometimes I have moments I just want to die, ironically, because it's too much to bare. Already, this book has given me a new perspective and is helping me not be so afraid. I'm glad I bought this as I am now not wanting to give up but instead live my life to the fullest.
I read this as a mental health counseling student, with an interest in existential psychotherapy. I couldn't put it down and it gave me so much to think about. You don't need to be interested in mental health counseling or death terror to find this book amazing.
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I am always skeptical of such books. I have read a few of them and I always found them missing the deep issues. The discussion is deep and resonates with my own understanding and concerns. The writing is enjoyable and engaging. I recommend it warmly to my friends. An excellent book by an author who ought to know this subject well. I don't always like Irvin Yalom's books, to be honest. He has his moments where he can come off insensitive, even arrogant, especially when discussing topics like religion, but this book hits the nail on the head with its frank discussions of death and how to overcome the "worm at the core" that can complicate all of our lives.
A very fine book from a legendary therapist.. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. See if you have enough points for this item. Over the past quarter century Irvin Yalom has established himself as the world's leading group psychotherapist.
Tackling the effect of mankind's fear of death - both conscious and unconscious - on life and how we might live it, Yalom explains how we find ourselves in need of the comfort of therapy. At age 70 and facing his own fear of death, which he discusses in a special afterword, Dr Yalom tackles his toughest subject yet and finds it to be the root cause of patients' fears, stresses and depression.
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