- Book Intro
The author, a psychological counselor with extensive experience, reveals how to stop thinking unnecessary negative thoughts about yourself. It may sound like a cliche to say that you should love yourself and boost your self-esteem, but it's true. However, you don't have to force yourself. A playful curiosity to see yourself as you are is enough. This book accepts that the personality, feelings, and patterns I have known so far are not fixed and recommends having "psychological flexibility."
You have to look at the sensitive parts inside you. What parts of you speak loudly to guard, avoid or ignore those sensitive parts?
It is only when you understand these parts of yourself and see their relationship and context that you realize: Why I had to do the things I did.
- About the Author
(English) The author acquired a Master's degree of counseling psychology in Yongmoon Graduate School Of Psychology. He is now researching affect of cognitive flexibility and regulation on the mental state for his Doctorate degree thesis. Wrote Time to Read My Mind, Time to Read My Emotion, To Myself Blocking Me, To you who do not know where to go, To Myself Who did not Meet me yet and etc and translated The Man Who Wasn't There which talks about schizophrenia in terms of ego, autism spectrum disorder, alzheimer's and etc.
(Indonesian) Lulusan dari program magister psikologi konsulatsi Yoongmoon University dengan penelitian tentang belas kasih diri dan kualitas hubungan suami istri. Saat ini penulis sedang menyelesaikan pendidikan S3 di Psikologi kesehatan di Ajou University. Buku lain yang Ia karang antara lain , dsb.