Christine Brähler: New Paths Out of Loneliness. Irisiana Verlag (Paperback, Personal Development)

New Paths Out of Loneliness

Finding more connection through self-empathy

Original Title: Neue Wege aus der Einsamkeit

Paperback, with flaps, 224 pages, 13.5 x 21.5 cm, 5.3 x 8.5 in.
ISBN: 978-3-424-15375-0
€ 18.00 [D] | € 18.50 [A] | CHF 25.90 * (* rec. retail price) recommended retail price

Publishing House: Irisiana

Date of publication: April 27, 2020


Christine  Brähler - New Paths Out of Loneliness


Loneliness – the hidden epidemic

Dr. Christine Brähler offers an unprecedented advice book that considers self-empathy to be a means for combating the rampant loneliness in our society. Loneliness can affect anyone, from teenagers to 80-year-olds, from executives to clerks. Institutions and therapists usually recommend only external measures to those affected, such as engaging in social interactions, in conversations, joining associations, sharing hobbies, and taking on social obligations.

The radically new path put forward by psychologist Dr. Christine Brähler in this book asks us to address loneliness from the inside out: instead of looking to others or neglecting our needs, we find loving connection within by offering sincere compassion to our own sadness, abandonment and vulnerability. From a place of kindness and appreciation of ourselves, we can transform our relationships to be more authentic and mutually nurturing.

• A new approach: inward healing creates outward contact

• A life-advice book for those afflicted and their families

• With practical exercises for active self-help

• Fundamental insights, invaluable tips, and practical exercises about this pressing topic – combined in one book


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