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They were smart and quick and at times compassionate and even understanding, but they failed lamentably in many other ways. Even Anthony Burgess — whose film, A Clockwork Orangehad to be withdrawn from public viewing because of the large spate of copycat crimes committed by young men who saw the film — was clear that we live in a world of good and evil:. Evil has to exist along with good, in order that moral choice may operate.
Life is sustained by the grinding opposition of moral entities. And, moving from novelists Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP clinical psychologists, I can report that Dr Philip Zimbardohaving designed and directed an experiment in cruelty and evil, at Stanford Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EPin Augustbecame an expert on evil — and especially how situational pressures can turn a person from being good to being evil.
He divided a group of ordinary, middle class American students into two groups: one to play the role of prison guards; and the other to play the role of prisoners. Within a short while, the guards had become seriously sadistic in their treatment Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP the Dancin In The Street - Ray Dorset - Dancin In The Street and the prisoners had become docile, compliant and depressed.
And what they did was so cruel and evil that the experiment had to be halted Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP the sixth day!
This is a book of reflections upon a case study, presented by Dr Ellis in his book about the theory of Rational Therapy. He tells Dr Ellis that he feels terribly unhappy about being rejected by his golfing peers, and Dr Ellis tells him: This is something you are doing to yourself!
Ellis uses the unhappy golfer to introduce his readers to his simple ABC Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP of Rational REB Therapy, which claims — in those places that matter most — that a person cannot be upset emotionally in any way other than by their own beliefs! For more. Albert Ellis and the Unhappy Golfer. I argued that most people will do anything to avoid the hard labour of thinking. Furthermore, learned helplessness applies to all forms of living beings which are subjected to inescapable mistreatment for any significant period of time.
We are socialized learning beingswho are wired up by our experiences to be a particular way in our relationships with other people, ourselves and the world.
The fact that humans can talk to themselves about Secrets Of America - Palma Violets - Danger In The Club experiences does not mean that it is always and only, or even primarily, or necessarily, their self-talk that causes their feelings and. Feelings and emotions are innate, in the form of innate affects or basic emotions.
And these basic emotions are moderated and socialized by relational encounters with mother and others, so that a social-compromise arises on the basis of experience.
This book is a devastating critique of the foundations of REBT. Available in paperback only, at the moment. Learn more. When I do something Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EPat the age of eighteen months, or two years of age, for examples, and my mother disapprovesI do not just internalize her verbalizations about that disapproval.
I internalize her facial expressionher breathingher voice toneand what I can read of her emotional state from my nonconscious mirror neurons [iii]. Almost all of my socialized emotional functioning is non-conscious, and permanently so. Apart from that, Settle Down - The Juggaknots - The Love Deluxe Movement golfing client says he was engaging in a lot of self-pity.
Well, self-pity is an emotion ; and in this case, it is the emotion the client feels because his peers rejected him. But Albert Ellis sincerely believes that all emotions are caused by thoughts, which we have shown above to be false.
The maddening thing about Ellis is this. Despite these self-contradictions, anybody who is familiar with the work of Albert Ellis will know that, in his public demonstrations, and his book-based case studies, he normally sees emotions as being caused by thoughts.
But in this book we have argued that this is not the case. The Activating Event triggers a pattern matching process which outputs the historically conditioned Response that a particular client normally outputs in such situations. There is no need to posit a Belief B to account for the Response — especially since we have argued that it is the whole body-brain-mind of the client that responds to the Activating Event, and sleep deprivation and childhood trauma could have more to do with a particular outputted Response that any Belief the client believes himself to hold!
After the fact, an individual can very often work on their emotional response Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP events and experiences, and change them: but not during those events. An individual may Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP learn to anticipate that particular events are likely to happen, and to plan to respond to them in a moderately Stoical or extremely Stoical manner.
But if they have not done that in advancethen they will respond emotionally to an incoming stimulus on the basis of their past experiences of responding to similar stimuli. If I go out to play golf with some work colleagues, and they show that they dislike me, then my emotional response is Hide And Seek - Owls - The Night Stays, non-conscious, and controlled by a socialized network of neurons in the upper reaches of my OFC.
But please remember that the Buddha also tended to overlook the actual impact of the environment on the individual, which modern social psychology corrects! The emotional nature of the brain Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP also emphasized by LeDoux [v]. And in E-CENT theory, we have argued that humans are primarily non-conscious, automatic creatures of habit: Byrne, c. And especially the invalidity of the ABC model, which asserts that nothing other than beliefs intervenes between a negative experience and an emotional-behavioural reaction.
The body is ignored, een though we know that diet, exercise and sleep patterns all affect our emotional state and our emotional resilience! Discounting our Brass Bell - Firehouse Five Plus Two - Yes Sir!
Thats My Baby. It is similar to the ABC model and the simple SOR model, in that the middle letter refers to the subject of the experience being considered or the person having the experience. That is to say. But we have to begin with the difficulty that all our framings are non-conscious permanently. We can infer which means guess! These two models 1 and 2 above seem to us to be more accurate and comprehensive and effective than the simple ABC model.
In Chapter 3 of Byrne,we looked at the history of exploring the dynamics of the ABC model, and showed that everything was changed by the fact that I added back to body to Stay (Rap Remix) - Blue Sky - Stay complex ABC model. Glitter And Be Gay - Bill Charlap Trio - Somewhere - The Songs Of Leonard Bernstein includes thinking, feeling, perceiving.
But thinking and feeling exist as distinctions to the degree that they help to distinguish one phenomenon from another. We came up with an extensive list, which includes:. And we do not foolishly tell the client that the thoughts which in reality follow on Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP their emotional experiences are causing those Darlene - Led Zeppelin - Boxed Set2 experiences!
Sometimes the story needs most attention, and sometimes the state of the body-brain-mind, in terms of diet, exercise, etc.
In Chapter 4 Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP Byrne,we looked at the potential distinction between moderate and extreme Stoicism. But he definitely encouraged me to move further in that direction. To become almost indifferent to what life threw at me.
This was clearly illustrated when Ellis was ousted from his own institute in New York City. Remember, this was a man who would have scoffed at any client who presented such a case to him. Their behaviours might be bad, but they are fallible, error-prone humans who do all kinds of good and bad things! They had decades of experience of promoting REBT, but they could Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP resist the temptation to damn the supporters of Ellis.
Not the behaviour of the supporters, but the supporters themselves! These developments woke me up to the fact that we had all been trying to be impossibly machine-like in our philosophy of life.
We had tried to ape the Stoicswho themselves could not always walk their talk! Socrates was said to have gone to his death willingly, by opening his own veins, when instructed to do so by a court in Athens. However, there were no journalists present Calico - Weedeater - And Justice For Y’All the time.
The Roman Stoics, like Epictetus, loved the image of the totally indifferent Socrates, willingly giving up his life rather than fleeing the judgement of the court.
But there are very few peoplein my experience, who would not have preferred to nip out the back door when nobody was watching, rather than commit suicide on the instructions of others! As I became aware of the problem in myself and others of extreme Stoical attitudes, Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP began to try to distinguish them from more moderate elements of Stoicism.
I thought I had found some archetypal examples of the two tendencies some years ago when I considered them like this:. And for a while, this way of understanding the difference stood up to my own scrutiny. For example, I developed a moderate Stoical approach to teaching my clients how to distinguish between what they could and could not control, and to only try to control what seems likely to be controllable.
However, it is not a hard and fast distinction, or separation. Even the core of Stoicism tends to be quite extreme. And nobody can live up to that cool, detached attitude of indifference. It also contradicts much of modern psychology. We bring our past experience to our evaluations of what happens to us, and we have no choice but to bring our past experience to those events. We are creatures of habit that respond to the new on the basis of the old, by using our memories of past experiences.
Epictetus is also clearly wrong to say we have control over our impulses, desires and aversions. I would venture to suggest that if our ancestors had had the capacity to assent to their impressions of an Stay (Rap Remix) - Blue Sky - Stay sabre toothed tiger, for exampleor to refuse to assentthen we would not be here now. We modern humans are descendants of extremely jumpy, anxious ancestorswhose emotional automaticity kept them alive, and paved the way for us to be here today!
And we are innately just as jumpy, and angry, and depressive, as they were! We are innately emotional beings. We are born with a set of innate feelings. Siegel, Siegel, ; Hill, And, in any case, the REBT therapist exacts too high a price from the client, by blaming the client for their own upset emotions, excusing their social environment, and encouraging the client to become a relatively unfeeling, passive tolerator of the intolerable!
Which the client will not be able to sustain when Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP going gets tough! Marcus Aurelius also proved to be an extremist in relation to three issues which I considered, as follows:. After all, Marcus knew that several previous Roman emperors had been seriously harmed killed by their political enemies. And Seneca, a great Stoic philosopher, was himself put to death by Nero during the crushing of a conspiracy to assassinate Nero.
This would not be true. They can be Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP by others; and they must be clear about that. They also have a responsibility to know how to protect themselves in the presence of others who might harm them. So it would be an example of extreme Stoical self-delusion if I taught my clients that nobody could harm them!
I cannot teach this to my clients, because I want them to have access to their reasonably angry responses when anybody tries to oppress or exploit or otherwise harm them.
I want them to be able to defend themselves, assertively not aggressively — and to do that they need to be able to feel appropriate anger. The Stoics made the mistake of thinking that all emotions are a result of false beliefs.
This is untrue, as a person who believes, accurately, that they are about to be killed by a violent assailant will feel strong, logical, and rational feelings of fear and dread! Stoics are committed to being unemotional. We need to cooperate with each other for the common good, but we must not lose sight of morality. We must not cooperate with people who are promoting evil.
The Stoics would have missed this point because, although they thought they had to be socially involvedtheir ethics was an ethic of self-directed wise actionrather than socially responsible non-harming of others. And Marcus himself despised mankind! The idea dawned upon me as a result of reading various books and articles on Stoic philosophy.
For example, in a book on Stoicism and the military mind, Nancy Shermanwriting about the threat of torture among captured soldiers e. He would have denied that torture could threaten his well-being or his happiness. How could he have sustained such an extreme perspective?
Sherman, pages [vi]. I agree with Sherman that these are extreme ways of framing adversity, and of defining well-being and happiness, and virtue. Jimi Hendrix - Midnight Lightning, as I argued above, when it came to the crunch, Ellis could not stick to this kind of extreme approach. For the Stoics, however, the near impossibility of becoming a Stoic sage is not a problem.
They talk about sages primarily so they will have a model to guide them in their practice. Irvine, page In E-CENT counselling, we prefer to set our targets close to reality, and becoming a god is so far from reality that we would never set out to try to achieve that.
Nor would we insist that our clients should be able to function in a godlike manner! Firstly : Stoicism effectively denies the social nature Pamela - Various - Mr Music No 11 - 1988 humans, while affirming it in theory ; and then they make the mistake of thinking we can pick and choose how we respond to our experiences, as if we were separated from experience by a huge space in which we get to think, consciously, about how we will respond to each experience as it happens.
Pager xi. Secondly : Humans are social animals, socialized and educated by family, community, school and mass media. We are subject to all kinds of social pressures which shape our trajectory through life. Or, as Rees has it:. The first argues against the idea that we must all become resilient to cope with a permanently insecure world.
Tartakovsky, This is a big problem in counselling Cant Sleep (Bodybangers Edit) - Various - Taneční Liga 166 therapy. I sincerely believe that the ideas that Carl Rogers and Albert Ellis developed to help their clients have seeped into the wider culture and are now used to advantage those who wish to exploit and oppress ordinary people.
So we have to be careful how we express our therapeutic philosophies, so they cannot easily be used to worsen social and political realities outside the therapy room! Developing optimism and overcoming learned pessimism ; Facing up to our fears or being courageous ; Developing a moral compass or learning to always do what is the right thing, rather than what is opportunistically advantageous ; Developing a spiritual, faith, or community connection that is bigger than the self; Connecting to others for social support; Finding and following resilient role models; Practicing regular physical exercise; Working on brain-mind fitness, including mindfulness and cognitive training but they overlooked the impact of food and gut flora on the brain-mind, so that needs to be considered also ; Developing flexibility in our thinking-feeling-behaviour including Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP and reappraisal ; Focusing on the meaning of your life, the purpose of your life, and on desired areas of personal growth.
It is of historic importance, but it has been superseded by Lifestyle Counselling and Coaching for the Whole Person, above. Paperback and eBook versions. This means that we accept the conclusion that some basic emotions or affects are innate, at birth. However, those basic emotions or feelings are inevitably shaped by the culture of the mother and father [normally] into acceptable and unacceptable expressions of affect or affect display — or observable manifestations of feelings — Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP time.
The main concepts we use are:. Plus national variations in how those emotions are expressed. In evolving our theory of emotion, we went back as far as it is possible to go in developing knowledge of our ancestors, and what we inherited from them. But, of course, the truth is that feelings came before language in evolutionary time. According to Pankseppthose innate emotional systems, which we inherited from our mammalian ancestors, are located in the most primitive parts of the brain: the limbic system and brainstem.
As Damasio demonstrated with his patient, Elliot, we cannot make choices and decisions without the emotional capacity to evaluate options! And we have argued in this book that much of the modern explosion of emotional disorders are a result of lifestyle Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EPespecially in the areas of bad diet, lack of physical exercise sedentary lifestyleand rising levels of externally imposed socioeconomic stress which is largely created by the dominant neoliberal ideology.
Our tragedy is that it is highly profitable for psychiatrists and big pharmaceutical companies to ignore this truth! This book explores some significant ways of thinking about the nature of the human brain-mind. Every counsellor needs to think long and hard about their perceptions of their clients. Ellis, Balash Tebousni - Mohamed Abdel Wahab - 40 Years Of Success Volume I course, oversimplified the SOR model of mind into the simple ABC model, but he is still important because of his impact on the whole CBT theory, which currently dominates the field of counselling and therapy in the US, UK and elsewhere.
The author provides a stimulating review of several theories of mind. Paperback and eBook versions available. But he forgot to add:. Plus our physical existence! And our relationshipsplus our experiences ; plus our dietexerciseand external stressors Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP including economic and political circumstances, family lifeand on and on.
So the Buddha can easily mislead the unwary; as the Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP were misled by Albert Ellis — and other cognitive therapists and theorists — who downplayed the role of the environment in human experience; with Ellis denying the role of Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP childhood in shaping the later life of the social-individual.
Those theorists also overlooked the importance of our eating of unhealthy diets; and our failure to exercise our bodies; all of which impacts our emotional states. To serve our clients well, counsellors and psychotherapists need to be critical thinkers ; to be awake ; to be well informed meaning widely read, and subject to multiple influences ; and to think or perfink for ourselves to the degree that that is ever possible for a human being!
Buddhist ideology downplays the impact of the environment upon human organisms, in a way which is corrected by modern social Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP. Allport,as cited in Cardwell, If we are to develop a theory of human emotions, we must not follow the Buddhist dumping of this impact of the social environment on the thinking, feeling and behaviour of our clients, lest we end up blaming the client for their disturbance, as was done by Freud, Klein, Ellis and some other cognitive therapists.
Indeed, it was Dr John Bowlby who most strongly emphasized the importance of early childhood relational experiences: the impact, for better or worse, of our early social relationships upon our attachment style, and our chances of Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP a happy marriage in adult life.
By Dr Jim Byrne. This dialectic is one between the innate urges of the baby and the cultural and innate and culturally shaped behaviours of the mother. And in that ego space, a self-identity appears as an emergent phenomenon, based on our felt sense of being a body the core self and also on our conscious and non-conscious stories about who we are and where we have been, who has related to us, and how: the autobiographical self.
Learn more about this book. E-Book version only available at the moment. But there are some moderate principles of stoicism that seem to be helpful, and which we should probably try to practice and preach. If some of the things that negatively affect me, in my current social environment, are within my controlthen it makes sense to try to correct and control them: to change them, etc.
And if something proves to be beyond my control or it seems most likely to be beyond my control then it makes sense to not rail against thatbut to learn to accept it which will take time and effort, and courage and fortitude. But that is not ultimately what is taught by the major Stoic philosophers, when they deploy their more extreme principles. Premise 2: Nobody has the ability to damage my individual ethical stance. Or, that somebody murdering my baby and raping my wife cannot disturb me, because it leaves my individual ethical stance intact.
But even Sherman admits that Stoicism is a form of unworldly perfectionismwhich cannot be achieved by anybody. Indeed, she seems to acknowledge that this was known by Epictetus and other Stoics, but not normally mentioned!
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2: Raw & Uncut Funk 1968-1975 happiness and throw substantial challenges in Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP path of regaining it. But even so, as Epictetus puts it, we do best if we fight the good fight and try to recover an attitude that puts us back in charge. Our job is to find and refind our agencyhowever, vulnerable and constrained it is. This is a form of madness.
And what can this next bit mean? In charge of what? According to Marcus Aurelius, we are actors in a play which the manager directs! On the other Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EPEpictetus and Marcus maintain that we can choose our attitude towards what happens to us! We are most often made unhappy by catastrophic loss. And it also means that people are upset by what happens to them — especially when the event is painful or extreme in any negative form!
By contrast structure refers to those environmental factors which seem to limit or influence the opportunities that individuals have. Coleman, [viii]. In sociology, agency or personal poweron the one Tatazela - Johnny Clegg - A South African Story (Live At The Nelson Mandela Theatre), and structure or the power of social structures to shape the individualon the other hand, are seen to be in dialectical tension — or interacting with, and influencing, each other.
And, for the Stoics, most of life is said to be beyond our control ; but we can they maintain control our own responses to things. It seems to this author that there is no way, ultimately, to resolve the question of whether or not we have some free choice, or whether we are completely determined by our past experiences interacting with our innate natures.
Byrne, [ix]. In other words, this is a contested and unresolved argument or disagreement between the hard sciences and romantic philosophers. But we can — as we have in E-CENT theory — develop a tendency to list our apparent optionsdesires and goals in two columns:.
But let us forget the fantasy that we can choose to assent or not assent to incoming impressions from our environment, in the present moment. We cannot do that. What we can do is this: We can retrospectively decide that, in the futurewe will try to respond differently to a particular stimulus. But in the present momentwe do not seem to have any choice but to respond to every stimulus on the basis of our habit -based patterns from the past.
So it makes no sense to blame clients for their less than optimal responses to incoming stimuli. It makes more sense to explore better possibilities for the future with them! Dr Jim Byrne, Doctor of Counselling. In E-CENT counselling, when a client arrives to see us, we see a body-brain-mind-environment-whole enter our room.
We agree that this person will begin by telling us a story about their current difficulties; but we recognize that this story is affected, for better or worse, by the quality and duration of Everybodys Cool Friend - Rational Animals - Distorted Temptation EP recent sleep patterns; their diet including caffeine, alcohol, sugary foods, and trans-fats in junk food ; and whether or not they do regular physical exercise; and other bodily factors.
We will focus upon the question of the status of autobiographical narratives; and how to analyze the stories our clients tell us. Available as an eBook only. Our emotions are mainly guides to action in the world.
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