Between the Lines: Unconscious Meaning in Everyday Conversation

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Insight Books/Plenum Press, 1999 - Psychology - 349 pages
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Have you ever wondered what people are thinking or feeling about you or what you are actually saying in the midst of a conversation?Between the Lines is an extraordinary account, as well as a practical and pioneering method, for recognizing, uncovering, and explaining hidden meaning in everyday conversation. Haskell, an expert in unconscious meaning, shows how our mind uses feelings, sounds, and language to simultaneously hide and reveal what we secretly think and feel during conversation. His intriguing book is filled with episodes from everyday life that reveal our true feelings and concerns about friends, family, co-workers, and others that are often suppressed in social situations.Between the Lines is required for anyone who needs to uncover what people are truly thinking and feeling. It is a book for people who not only want to see how language and the unconscious mind work but also to achieve their goals through a better understanding of what is being said during conversation.

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Except for the Bible, this is the most educational inspiring book I have ever read. When I read about numerology and dreams, and how Rob Haskell compared himself to Jesus Christ time and again, I learned that there is more to Rob Haskell than most people realize. Please read his books! If you compare Rob's words in "Between the Lines" to Jesus Christ's own words in the Bible, you'll understand why I believe that Rob Haskell is actually Jesus Christ Himself, in disguise with a new name.  

Contents

Introduction
1
The Discovery of Subliteral Meaning
8
A Personal
43
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Haskell is Professor of Psychology at the University of New England.

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