The Will to Happiness by Arnold A. Hutschnecker
New York : Trident Press, 1970. New Revised Edition. Hardcover. 192 pages ; 21 cm. $4.95 dust jacket. A very good copy with firm binding, clean and unmarked pages.
YOU CAN ACHIEVE happiness if it is your will to be happy. The well-known author of this book shows you how to do it.
It is the free release of our energy toward a meaningful goal—physical or psychological—that gives us pleasure. If inhibited, the same energy turned against itself causes frustration, tension, depression, and illness. According to Dr. Hutschnecker we have within our power the ability to choose the path that leads to happiness. The means whereby we do so are fully discussed in this book, and the language is simple and clear.
Using typical case histories, the author demonstrates
° how you can recognize the symptoms of self-destructive behavior or the first warning signal of a nervous breakdown; 9 how inhibitions can be both destructive and useful;
° how you can use the principles of brain-washing to make or break a habit;
° how you can identify your personality type;
° the importance of re-evaluating the values by which you live; and even how to use your neurosis if you can't cure it.
Above all, Dr. Hutschnecker shows that once you recognize and understand the nature of your conflict there is a door through which you can move—if you have the will. It will open the way to a free release of energy toward a meaningful and enjoyable goal, bringing you a sense of freedom and the gratifying experience we call happiness.
About the Author
A graduate of the Friedrich Wilhelm University of Berlin, Dr. Hutschnecker has practiced internal medicine, and since the late 1950s psychotherapy in New York. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians, a Fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, and a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and the American Medical Association.
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