By Edmund J. Bourne
The anxiousness and Phobia Workbook, 5th version, a revision of the bestselling vintage, bargains readers a step by step plan for overcoming anxiousness and offers the newest therapy ideas for a number of nervousness problems, together with panic illness, agoraphobia, generalized nervousness affliction, and obsessive-compulsive disease.
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She picks a book called Struwelpeter. It has many pictures and verses. Frau Rahe says that these are cute pictures and funny stories. But "bad Friedrich" is not cute. He is a "furious boy" who "catches flies in the house and rips out their wings," kills birds and hurts a peaceful dog with a big whip. The dog then bites Friedrich in the leg so hard that Friedrich must lie in bed, take bitter medicine. But the dog is rewarded for biting Friedrich. Like a person, he gets to sit and eat at the table, have wine and cake and sausage.
In Gebhardt's room, an awful, awful odor, a bandaged bundle. " Both Mother and Father are hiding their crying. In our house, there is the theme of death, Father's livid rage. " He fumes against the fire-police. " Mother's enemy is Death itself. " And Father: "If you keep letting him hang his head over your shoulder every night, so that the wound-serum runs all over your face you will soon be blind! " Stern, red face at the head of the table, blue eyes flashing. Soups spooned in silence; silences lasting throughout the meal.
Is this why Mother is outside? I am her "embarrassment," her third girl. But why this? Punish me. "I've never heard a little one scream so loud," says the doctor, pulling bloody gloves off his hands. "Well, your tonsils are cut in half, soon you shouldn't be snoring so loudly anymore. " I can still see the terrible eye from behind the shiny round thing, the fiery shiny round thing. Mother rushes into the room, exclaiming, "We should have used the chlo . . after all! " Why did Mother let this happen to me?