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I'm Judgmental You're Judgmental : Healing Our Condemning Attitudes

I'm Judgmental You're Judgmental : Healing Our Condemning Attitudes - 99 edition

ISBN13: 978-0809138708

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ISBN13: 978-0809138708
ISBN10: 0809138700
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Copyright: 1999
Publisher: Paulist Press
Published: 1999
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I'm Judgmental You're Judgmental : Healing Our Condemning Attitudes - 99 edition

ISBN13: 978-0809138708

Terry D. Cooper

ISBN13: 978-0809138708
ISBN10: 0809138700
Cover type:
Edition: 99
Copyright: 1999
Publisher: Paulist Press
Published: 1999
International: No
Summary

Every relationship--from our most intimate ones with spouses, parents, children, lovers, and friends, to more distant relationships with co-workers, acquaintances, and even strangers--is dramatically affected by judgmentalism. At some point, everyone is a "judge"; at some point, everyone is "judged." Written by the author of Accepting the Troll Underneath the Bridge, this book is a clear, nonthreatening explanation of the psychology and spirituality that underlie judgmentalism. Dr. Cooper presents a profile of judgmental thinking, tips for dealing with judgmental people, and proven ways to change one's own judgmentalism into a process for making healthy judgments. Non-judgmentalism is part of an integrated life, he reveals; it is the way of Jesus, a heart that opens and responds rather than blindly reacts. Engaging and always practical, I'm Judgmental, You're Judgmental is filled with anecdotes from the author's own experience and his private practice. This book speaks to all adults with humility and compassion. It's of particular interest to counselors, clergy, religious, people in recovery, and people in therapy.

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Chapter One Understanding Judgmental Thinking

In Summary

Chapter Two Anxiety and Authoritarian Thinking

Judgementalism as Authoritarian Thinking
Coping with Authoritarians
In Summary

Chapter Three Making Judgment vs. Being Judgmental

Healthy Judgments vs. Judgementalism: Eight Distinctions
In Summary

Chapter Four With an Open Mind and a Generous Heart

Responding Rather Than Reacting to Other
In Summary

Notes

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