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This is a book to be read for both knowledge and enjoyment!
All people, whether they know it or not, live out their lives according to some “Great Story”. These stories are neither good nor bad, but they do help explain the root causes of their behavior. Every one of these stories, eight of them, will remind you of people you know. As a result, you will learn to appreciate and understand the many individuals in your life all the more.
Why are some men and women aggressive, while others are more caring? Why do some male types get along better with some female types? And what happens when a person, suddenly, in the middle of life, feels moved to live out a different story? You will find answers to these questions.
This book gives you a chance to affirm the great story you have been living all your life. It tells you why you have affinities for some people more than others, and why you have made certain life choices. As a result, you will be helped to make future choices and decisions more consciously and more wisely.
You will find this book to be a UNIQUE CLASSIC in the realms of human understanding. The concepts explained are an enhancement to (not a replacement for) virtually every theory of psychology. These include the theories of Personality Types, Emotional Intelligence, Self-Actualization, the Wisdom of the Enneagram, the MBTI, and all the rest.
This book is about archetypes, unique personality types that comprise the Great Stories that men and women have been living from time immemorial, in every era and in every culture:
Originally, this concept of “human archetypes” was introduced by the psychologist Carl Jung. It has now been expanded upon and further explained in this book in a way that no other authors ever have.
Each of these “archetypes” or Great Stories for men and women refers to a pattern of psychic energy, a way of life, a way of being and becoming a fulfilled human person:
As you read the Great Stories in this book, you will enjoy seeing yourself, your relatives and your friends in them. You will see the different ways that people live the Great Stories (archetypes), and how these stories interact with one another.
You will enjoy the female dramas of Mother, Amazon, Companion and Mediatrix. Similarly you will enjoy the male dramas of Father, Warrior, Seeker and Sage. As you observe these dramas being enacted in the lives of people you know, you will encounter many reasons to smile!
About the Author:
Tad Guzie (1934-2001) with three Masters Degrees and a PhD from the University of Cambridge, England, was an internationally known philosopher, theologian and educator. Author of ten books, fluent in six languages, Tad was a keyboard musician.
Noreen Monroe Guzie is an artist, author, adult education instructor, and published calligrapher. She taught at a Seniors Center for twenty years, and gave monthly workshops for six years to men at the Drumheller Penitentiary in Alberta, Canada. Noreen is the mother of five children, and grandmother of seven.
Tad and Noreen began working with Jungian theories in the Seventies, giving workshops throughout the United States and Canada, focusing on archetypes and psychological types.
Tad was past President of the Association for Psychological Type International.
About Men & Women was published in German and Swedish.
Noreen and Tad are the authors of Journey to Self-Awareness.
Title: About Men & Women: How Your Masculine and ...
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Book Description Paulist Pr, 1986. Book Condition: Good. 1st Paperback Edition. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP3063750
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