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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Tomas Videgård
  • ISBN:
    9122006982
  • ISBN13:
    978-9122006985
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  • Publisher:
    Almqvist & Wiksell International (1984)
  • Pages:
    301 pages
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    Psychology & Counseling
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Videgård concluded that therapy at The Primal Institute was marginally better than the Tavistock clinic and markedly better than . Primal therapy is cited in the book "The Death of Psychotherapy: From Freud to Alien Abductions. 2000) Donald A. Eisner ISBN 0275964132.

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When the rewards of success are great, embracing possible failure is key to taking on a variety of challenges, whether you’re reinventing yourself by starting a new business or allowing yourself to trust another person to build a deeper relationship

My Primal failure is that over the past year, I have gained 40+ pounds. I have let problems turn me back to sugar as an emotional crutch, even after . years of primal success. Life can take a dump on anyone, and it can be tough.

My Primal failure is that over the past year, I have gained 40+ pounds. I found out last December that I would be losing my job sometime in 2015 and my husband told me he was moving out in the spring. Given that we were in full holiday mode, I ate my way through my emotions and the holidays. Thank you for sharing, and here is hoping that all of us dealing with sugar addiction have a more successful 2016. It’s within our grasp.