Review of Edwin Friedman’s ‘A Failure of Nerve’

Part 1: How Societies Become Imaginatively Gridlocked and How This Can Be Overcome

Part 2: Understanding the Chronically Anxious Society

Part 3: The Data Addiction and How to Kick the Habit

Part 4: Why Empathy Doesn’t Work

Part 5: The Imperative of Self-Differentiation

Part 6: The Perverse Operations of Emotional Triangles and Dealing with Sabotage

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