Living Your Unlived Life
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Living Your Unlived Life : Coping with Unrealized Dreams and Fulfilling Your Purpose in the Second Half of Life

By (author) Robert A. Johnson , By (author) Jerry M. Ruhl

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The esteemed Jungian psychologist counsels on how to cope with feelings of failure or regret in the latter half of life and how to open to a more meaningful existence, even if outer circumstances cannot be changed. In "Living Your Unlived Life," the renowned therapist Robert A. Johnson, writing with longtime collaborator and fellow Jungian psychologist Jerry M. Ruhl, offers a simple but transformative premise: Our abandoned, unrealized, or underdeveloped talents, when they are not fully integrated into our lives, can become profoundly troublesome in midlife, leading us to depression, suddenly hating our spouses, our jobs, or even our lives. When our unlived lives are brought to consciousness, however, they can become the fuel that can propel us beyond our limitations?even if our outer circumstances cannot always be visibly altered.

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 138 x 204 x 20mm | 258.55g
  • 29 Oct 2009
  • Penguin Putnam Inc
  • Jeremy P Tarcher
  • Los Angeles
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 1585426997
  • 9781585426997
  • 26,853

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Robert A. Johnson is a noted lecturer and Jungian analyst. He is the author of Ecstasy: Understanding the Psychology of Joy.

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?As one grows older and life's choices seem to diminish, it's easy to regret the roads not taken, which then lead to an inability to embrace your life as it is now. A remedy can be found in Johnson and Ruhl's wonderfully insightful, possibly even life-changing book. . . . This book is intelligent, refreshingly free of psychobabble and best of all heralds the power of the imagination to transform and possibly keep you out of trouble.? ?"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)

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