Ichiro Kishimi lives in Kyoto. He writes, lectures and teaches
in psychiatric clinics as a certified counsellor and consultant for
the Japanese Society of Adlerian Psychology.
Fumitake Koga is a freelance writer.
The ideas proffered here will certainly make you think twice about
the real cause of the emotional drama in your
life. A thought-provoking read.
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Provides an enlightening and balanced argument that'll leave you much more aware of why you do the things you do.
The Courage To Be Disliked can easily be consumed in an entire day, but its insightful, humanistic ideas will linger in the minds of readers. It's a self-help book of the most unusual variety, but by empowering people to realise that they hold all the keys to unlocking genuine happiness, it's also one of the most worthwhile things you'll read all year.
This thoughtful book . . . is almost spookily relevant in this age of digital one upmanship and increasing anxiety. A real game-changer.
an absorbing recent addition to the self-help subgenre . . . it is primarily an accessible exploration of the work of the Austrian psychotherapist Alfred Adler