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It’s clear that it brrne easily destroy people’s lives. Second, there’s the question of how seriously you’re playing: From the title, to the review on the back make this book appear to be something for the average person: Berne was writing in the s as an experienced therapist, and thus the observations he remarked as a particula Games People Play is both meaningful and practical, which easily makes it one of the better self-help books.

Unfortunately, it was not interesting it isn’t a novel and had too much clinical “proper” speech to make giocl a digestible read for the everyman. Vittorio Di Giuro Translator.

A che gioco giochiamo?

Oct 08, Miss M. A game is a pattern of behaviour usually involving two or perhaps three people.

Otherwise, the reader may not have gooco baseline to establish the critical analysis of the ideas and case studies presented in the book. Which is tragic because one is so scared of unmasking that they would never realise whether their actions and feelings are “real” or just part of the “act” they have taken up as a default. Not for me, though the premis is fascinating.


A che gioco giochiamo by Eric Berne (4 star ratings)

I’m sure it could be useful to get an understanding of transactional analysis from the psychologist who developed the method – but I found giochoamo inaccessible. That being said, if you’re on a quest for honest communication, this book is indispensable. Perhaps sensing the irrelevance of this book, the publisher has included an introduction that presents the book as a precursor to positive psychology and “mentalization.

Started this book and there were some interesting tidbits at the start about how people interact. Great perspective and explanations on human interactions.

I still tried hard to continue reading but could not keep up my interest for long. Once again the thing that causes a problem in this is the woman, and the best way to fix this solution is to, yet again, take control away from the woman as she cannot be trusted.

Some of his giofo of games were based on stereotypical gender behavior of that time, but would not be accurate now, nor would his analysis.

According to Berne this is better than the wife getting therapy for her numerous fears. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Ch basic premise is that the way we engage in our interpersonal relationships marriage, sex, work, addictions are games we inherit from our parents and play to consume idle time and stroke our egos or need for social attention. After all “playing politics” is for men, and “man topics” don’t mix with “women topics” Want to Read saving….



A che gioco giochiamo

Too much of references from the prequel, the writing is See, honestly, this book is not for everyone, especially if one does not igoco a Psychology background. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It might be interesting to someone in the psychology field but that isn’t me.

Very enlightening reading on human behaviour and motivations in everyday life. Lists with This Book. While at McGill he wrote for several student newspapers using pseudonyms.

On a psychological-interactive playfield Bern My absolute darling of a father has been badgering me to read this book since I was a kid. I don’t know if this is a reliable textbook for giochlamo to day human interaction. Published by Bompiani first published January 1st Second Degree RAPO is a pretty nasty game, because it is of course impossible for third parties to know whether the accusations are true or not.

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Warmly recommended, and pleased that this book is still in print after 50 years. It is very entertaining indeed. Perhaps if we had as much insight into constructive behavior, a book of this sort could be truly bdrne to the layperson.