Verena Kast

Seeing Conflicts Differently

Discovering Your Own Life Themes

“I always miss out” or “nobody likes me!” – there are conflicts that keep recurring. These complexes, which conceal our individual life themes, are connected with strong emotions. They determine our experiencing and behaviour in the here and now, even though they originate in conflicts of the past: For example, people who were constantly devalued by their father may suffer from a debilitating inferiority complex as adults.

In this classic on the topic of complexes, the renowned Jungian analyst and psychotherapist Verena Kast shows the following: When we uncover our life themes, we can more easily free ourselves of the constantly recurring conflicts and discover new, enriching aspects of life.

  • How to deal with recurring conflicts
  • The classic on the topic of complexes
  • By bestselling author Verena Kast

ISBN: 978-3-8436-1236-4
208 pages
Format 12 x 19 cm
EUR 18.00

The Author

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Verena Kast

Verena Kast is a former Professor of Psychology at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. Today she is a lecturer and teaching analyst at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich, as well as a psychoanalyst in private practice. She has published numerous books on subjects including emotional psychology, principles of psychotherapy, and the interpretation of fairy tales and dreams. Her works – many of them long-sellers – have been translated into numerous languages.