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Choice Theory - A New Psychology of Personal Freedom

William Glasser, M.D.

Dr. William Glasser offers a new psychology that, if practiced, could reverse our widespread inability to get along with one another, an inability that is the source of almost all unhappiness. For progress in human relationships, he explains that we must give up the punishing, relationship–destroying external control psychology. For example, if you are in an unhappy relationship right now, he proposes that one or both of you could be using external control psychology on the other. He goes further. And suggests that misery is always related to a current unsatisfying relationship. Contrary to what you may believe, your troubles are always now, never in the past. No one can change what happened yesterday.

Dr. William Glasser offers a new psychology that, if practiced, could reverse our widespread inability to get along with one another, an inability that is the source of almost all unhappiness. For progress in human relationships, he explains that we must give up the punishing, relationship–destroying external control psychology. For example, if you are in an unhappy relationship right now, he proposes that one or both of you could be using external control psychology on the other. He goes further. And suggests that misery is always related to a current unsatisfying relationship. Contrary to what you may believe, your troubles are always now, never in the past. No one can change what happened yesterday.
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Dr. William Glasser offers a new psychology that, if practiced, could reverse our widespread inability to get along with one another, an inability that is the source of almost all unhappiness. For progress in human relationships, he explains that we must give up the punishing, relationship–destroying external control psychology. For example, if you are in an unhappy relationship right now, he proposes that one or both of you could be using external control psychology on the other. He goes further. And suggests that misery is always related to a current unsatisfying relationship. Contrary to what you may believe, your troubles are always now, never in the past. No one can change what happened yesterday.

Language:

English

Narrators:

John Meagher

Length:

12h 6m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

05:50


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

47:24


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

42:24


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

39:42


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

59:50


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

55:38


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

43:18


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

57:13


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

57:35


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

44:34


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

45:32


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

56:13


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

54:31


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

50:52


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

48:54


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

17:18