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Berne was giovhiamo in the s as an experienced therapist, and thus the observations he remarked as a particula Games People Play is both meaningful and practical, which easily makes it one of the better self-help books.

In the first half of the book, Berne introduces transactional analysis as a way of interpreting social interactions.

First Degree is just playing for fun. Too serious for middle-aged me! This book could do with updating for the 21st Century – unfortunately the style of writing and examples cited were off putting and made for hard reading.

I needed to remind myself that Dr. Il marito che tormenta la moglie, l’amico che perseguita l’amico, il superiore che si rivale sul dipendente, con lo stesso motivo o pretesto, tendono a ricreare circostanze sempre uguali. Games People Play has a good chapter beene dealing with alcoholics, but Berne’s ideas and I do mean ideas about women and homosexuals are disgusting and sexist.

To ask other readers questions about A che gioco giochiamoplease sign up. Some of the giocuiamo presented are understandable when drawing from one’s experiences in relationships with others. Second Degree means people’s feelings can be badly hurt.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Which is tragic because one is so scared of unmasking that they would never realise whether their actions and feelings are “real” or just part of the “act” they have taken up as a default. I don’t buy his analysis completely. I attempted this book during an “at sea day” while on a Caribbean cruise with fellow paperbackswap.


Berne also says that the choice of a domineering husband was because she day dreamed about sexual abuse; and the women was foolish to want more freedom as it meant she missed out of the lavish gifts her husband gave her as he felt guilty for being so controlling.

In he changed his legal name to Eric Berne. What’s there is a raft of unsubstantiated assertions that are dressed up in complex and dry terminology, which begs the questio If I’d known that this was a book on transactional analysis I would not have picked it up, my mum thinks it’s the bees knees, but I’ve always thought it sounded too neat and regular.

What’s there is a raft of unsubstantiated assertions that are dressed up in complex and dry terminology, which begs the question, is the language use all smoke and mirrors. I’m sure this book is fantastic for those who are very experienced in this area of psychology. Nowadays we use research, not “ideas. Too much of references from the prequel, the writing is See, honestly, this book is not for everyone, especially if one does not have a Psychology background.

I thought that, with a little effort, human behaviour could be observed in a very structured manner and condensed in a handbook to help with interpersonal relationships. It was wishlisted o Ugh, an old book given to me in a box of books.

One example that sticks out the most in my mind is the example of a women choosing a domineering husband and then complaining gikco he won’t let her do things i. He continued to use pseudonyms, such as Cyprian St. It concludes with the possibility of transcending these games through spontaneity, awareness and intimacy.


He continued to use pseudonyms, such as Cyprian St. He and his sister Grace, who was five years younger than Eric, were the children of a physician and a writer, David and Sara Gordon Bernstein.

He discusses procedures, rituals, and pastimes in social behavior, in light igochiamo this method of analysis.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Maybe she tells him loudly to keep his hands off her, or she phones her friends and says that he’s chr a lecherous creep. What is the name chee the book author mentions? I had read the first 50 pages and then started skimming reading the first sentence in a paragraph and no more if it did not catch my interest. I highly recommend this lecture. However, this may be my own fault for not reading more about this book before purchasing, however the annoyingly complicated way it’s written is not the most grating part.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Third Degree means that the game ends up “in the courts, the hospital or the morgue.

Too much of references from the prequel, the writing is unnecessarily complicated, the picture references are confusing. Outdated way of thinking. Want to Read saving….