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Each child is born with the potential to develop social interest and with the appropriate upbringing this will develop. Those children who grew up to feel inferior may need therapy to become aware of the beliefs and ideas they have about themselves which are causing them discouragement. They need to understand their lifestyle and their private logic and the mistaken goals and hidden purposes of their behaviour. They then have the opportunity to change their beliefs and their behaviour. Adler considered that each person has chosen to be the person that he or she is; we are the authors of our own creations of ourselves.
The aim of the book is to enable people to understand themselves and each other better. This is a new translation from the original by Colin Brett. Adler, A. (1992) What Life Could Mean to You, trans. Colin Brett. Oxford: Oneworld Publications. Once again, Colin Brett, in translating Adler's original text, has produced what is probably the most readable book available on Adler's theory and practice. DISCUSSION ISSUES 1 Many contemporary psychological and psychotherapeutic approaches have adopted Adler's ideas without acknowledgement.
She was also more active and her self-con®dence grew. We were now able to work on her past, her childhood and her family experiences; this was painful for her. At the end of the second year we went through a dif®cult phase. She was able to cope with her mother's death but it was too much that her father started to spend the children's inheritance. He even sold most of their antique furniture. At the same time she learned that her boyfriend was in love with somebody else, and the friendship with her best friend became unstable.