[Reading] ➱ Impossible Love: Or Why the Heart Must Go Wrong (Spring Fever) ➹ Jan Bauer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

Impossible Love: Or Why the Heart Must Go Wrong (Spring Fever) Some Love Affairs Mark Our Lives Forever Whether We Call Them La Grande Passion, Tragic Romance, Or L Amour Fou, They Remain Indelible Because They Are Impossible Why Do We Fall In Love At The Wrong Time, In The Wrong Place, And With The Wrong Person Why Do We Put Up With The Anxiety, The Pain, The Shame, And The Longing Never Fulfilled This Brilliant Book Explores The Nature Of These Marvelous Disasters And Finds A Deeper Necessity In The Betrayals, Taboos, And Excesses Of Impossible Love Using Perhaps The Greatest Of All Tragic Romances The Passion Between Heloise And Abelard As A Psychological Scaffold, Jan Bauer Examines The Erotic Structures Of Irresistible Attraction With Love Stories From The Lives Of Men And Women Today This Is An Exceptional Study Of Love S Chaotic Mystery.Jan Bauer, Author Of Women And Alcoholism, Is A Jungian Analyst In Private Practice In Montreal She Holds Degrees From Zurich, Boston, And Paris And Has Taught In Tunisia As Well As The University Of Montreal She Has Served As Chair Of Admissions As Well As Training Director For The Inter Regional Society Of Jungian Analysts Bauer Is Currently President Of The Association Of Jungian Psychoanalysts Of Quebec.

10 thoughts on “Impossible Love: Or Why the Heart Must Go Wrong (Spring Fever)

  1. says:

    This book was a good book for those who have had tumultuous love affairs and wondered what went wrong or what came over me It addresses the need to be with someone different in order to reclaim parts of yourself that may have been lost at earlier stages, and how these taboo relationships can really help us to better realize ourselves I appreciated the examples she gave, although as always I would have preferred real life examples because I always find those helpful The book follows the story of Abelard and Heloise, an interesting story and a little different from most Jungian psychology books, which mostly focus on myths, not on real historical figures I enjoyed the story, and thought it was a good illustration of what the author was trying to convey I think there are some dangers that could result from this book being misinterp...

  2. says:

    Wow If you have been in a relationship as all consuming as it is unrealistic and wanted to know about the why, read this book By a Jungian analyst, this book uses wonderful literary and historical allusions, as well as in...

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