You Are What You Remember: A Pathbreaking Guide to Understanding and Interpreting Your Childhood Memories

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Da Capo/Lifelong, 2008 - Psychology - 254 pages
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Tell me what you remember and I’ll tell tell you who you are.” With this challenge, psychologist/psychotherapist Patrick Estrade introduces his groundbreaking method to analyze and interpret childhood memories. Such memories are widely recognized as keys that unlock our internal world, direct our actions, and determine the choices we make. But unlike dreams, memories are often neglected because we have no clearly established system for interpreting them. You Are What You Remember delineates Estrade’s techniques for bringing our memories to consciousness and understanding how they inform our existence-all to the end of developing a fuller, more satisfying life and relationships.

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In his first title available in English, French author and veteran psychotherapist Estrade approaches memories in a way he considers unique, except for "certain aspects" of Alfred Adler's 1928 book ... Read full review

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Patrick Estrade, a psychologist and psychotherapist, is the author of several books published worldwide. He gives seminars on memory analysis throughout Europe and lives in France.

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