The Right to Feel Bad

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Random House Publishing Group, 1985 - Psychology - 263 pages
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The author argues that depression is a necessary, life-enhancing process that should not be distorted by feelings of shame and guilt prompted, in part, by the platitudes of popular psychology

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Contents

The Right to Feel Bad
1
The Happy Ideal
11
The Once and Future Brave New World I
42
Copyright

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