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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • Publisher: Bantam Books (1 Dec. 1982)
  • ISBN-10: 0553234498
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553234497
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.4 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adanaya on 22 Mar. 2014
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It's a book of it's day. God help the poor people who read it looking for help. Death in paper
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An Intriguing Study of Psychology Developed from Impeccable Logic 27 July 2012
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Few elements of persona are as important to one's quality of life as self esteem. As one of the most notable authors on the subject, Nathaniel Branden offers a comprehensive overview of the elements and importance of self esteem. Near countless opinions of self esteem exist from a variety of psychological studies, yet few (if any) are as supported with such impeccable logic as Branden provides in The Psychology of Self Esteem.

Branden begins by illustrating the importance of choice. Put best in his own words, he explains, "A man is free to think or not to think, but he is not free to escape the fact that if he fails to think, if he characteristically evades facing any facts or issues which he finds unpleasant, he will set in motion a complex chain of destructive psychological consequences." From this Branden builds to the importance of self esteem, as it directly affects the manner in which one thinks. Branden takes readers through a comprehensive study of individuality and a clear breakdown of the elements of self esteem, most notably its roots which Branden concludes are based on human values. It is here that Branden separates himself from traditional psychologists in that he declares the process of evaluating a psychological condition is purely based on an objective definition of value; one many prominent psychologists fail to regognize.

Branden provides new insights (at least new at the time) into the very nature of self esteem as has thus developed an intriguing approach to handling psychological issues. Branden is heavily influenced by his early associations with Ayn Rand and its quite evident in both his approach and his views. This book is not at all affected by anecdotal evidence nor any potential for observer biases that generally infect and weaken so many books on the topic. He begins with very clear defined premises and develops his conclusions in a strict logical process. The result is a full understanding of his reasoning that is both easy to follow and reasonable to accept and one that will be of interest to anyone intrigued by matters of psychological influence.
love, free will 10 April 2015
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Nathaniel Brandon his considered the pioneers, and the leading on the field of Self-Esteem.Psychology and maturity are the two Cardinal
foundation that you can build a suitable conversation on the development of Self-Esteem. Care, love,free will, help are some of the most
important notion to build a relation with a need person, that could be a person you love, a relative, brother, sister, or a group of people
or community--- or most effective an enemy. The psychology of self-esteem is an important investment, with no feed back, but the strong will
to give to help a human being incapable to see or understand the darkness that had totally blocked the mind of a humans.
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