The Survival Papers: Anatomy of a Midlife Crisis
Lost your mate, your energy, peace of mind? Welcome to midlife crisis. Jung's basis concepts--persona, shadow, anima/animus, complexes, projection and typology--come alive as one man's plight is dramatically portrayed with humor, compassion and ruthless clarity.
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