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Thus Burns has you practice with a variety of imaginary scenarios and also provides some exercises to do with a friend. The practice is the really valuable part.

Personally, I found it to be clear, persuasive, and helpful; and although I still need practice, I have found the strategies highly effective. Also unfortunate was his choice to use imaginary couples for his examples, thus giving most his anecdotes a rather artificial and flavorless quality. While analyzing my own ineffective behavior, I began to wonder why I had acted in such a nasty way to a loved one.

Gradually, I was forced to face the fact that I got a real pleasure from acting disrespectfully. Being condescending was a way of propping up my ego and maintaining a heightened self-image.

The more I thought about it, the more I realized how many of my actions, both inside and outside my relationship, were done to gratify my ego and create a certain persona.

Meanwhile, this prevented me from effectively sharing my emotions or feeling close to others. I was trapped by a need to feel superior, which required constant snobbishness.

It feels odd to write these things about myself, for truly it is ignoble to be so egotistic. But I had to look deeply at this part of myself, and understand that my condescension was fueled by a deep fear of inadequacy, before I could change my behavior.

Feeling superior to others was something I savored, and now I'm trying to give it up.Burns, the renowned psychiatrist and author of the classic bestseller Feeling Good which has sold more than four million copies , shares positive, proven strategies for fostering new levels of intimacy between couples, coworkers, friends, and relatives.

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About Feeling Good Together Based on twenty-five years of clinical experience and groundbreaking research on more than 1, individuals, Feeling Good Together presents an entirely new theory of why we have so much trouble getting along with each other, and provides simple, powerful techniques to make relationships work. Feeling Good Together.

Outsmarting Autism, Updated and Expanded. Burns describes Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy CIT , a radically different method for developing more loving and satisfying relationships with the people you care about.