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Strangers to Ourselves by Timothy D. Wilson is self-development book which gives the awareness of thyself in the reader. Timothy D. Wilson is the author of this life improvement book. There is a famous old saying about the know thyself. There are few people in the world who are successful but this is the desire of every human to be successful in his life. The people who are successful are the ones who find their self and their interests. This book also focuses on the people to find their likes and dislikes. There is a hidden world of judgments, motives, and feeling. The author wants to tell us about these things which are in over unconsciousness.
There is the complete functionality of human development through its mind and unconsciousness also play its role in it. The reason we don’t know ourselves is the lack of our unconscious which is adaptive. Most of us do not know about our potentials and still on the track of listening to the advice of other people. This book helps to find your interest, the things you like and dislike, the events in which you have interest and you will do the things which are meant to be done by you. In last, this book is for those who are misguided and still did not find their role in the society. A must have read for students, teachers, parents, and professionals.
Details About Strangers to Ourselves by Timothy D. Wilson PDF
- Name: Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the Adaptive Unconscious
- Authors: Timothy D. Wilson
- Publish Date: May 15, 2004
- Language: English
- Genre: Self Development
- Format: PDF
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 262
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0674013824
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