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List of Available Solution Manuals

List of Available Solution Manuals…. More Coming Sooon….. #solution #solutionManual #solutions #mathematics #engineering #discreteMath #discreteMathematics #Computer #Accounting #calculus #howardAnton #physics Solution Manuals 1. Free download ebook – solution of Introductory circuit analysis http://99sol.com/?post_type=post&p=3656 2. Signals and Systems 2Ed – Haykin – Solutions Manual PDF http://99sol.com/?post_type=post&p=3690 3. Solution Manual of Digital Signal Processing by John G. Proakis …

The Literature on Guilt—Part IV

This is the fourth in a four-part series of articles on the literature on guilt. Please read the first three before reading this one. To continue… Clinical Aspects On a more clinical level, guilt has many correlates with mental illnesses. Anxiety is associated with major depression in about seventy-five percent of cases, and guilt, being a …

The Literature on Guilt—Part III

This is the third in a four-part series of articles on the literature on guilt. Please read the first two articles before reading this one. To continue… In this case Shame is to Guilt what Sociology is to Psychology; that is, the bigger, more social version of the smaller individual experience. Shame also suggests moral decrepitude …

The Literature on Guilt—Part I

The following is the first in a four-part series of articles on the literature on guilt. It is written as an introduction to the topic and should be read in order. In the literature, we find guilt to be the main theme in John Steinbeck’s East of Eden, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, Tennessee Williams’ A …

Guilt Quotes–Part II

I found some more good quotes on guilt… “Guilt is the reason they put the articles in Playboy.”–Dennis Miller “Food, love, career, and mothers, the four major guilt groups.”– Cathy Guisewite “No work for love will flourish out of guilt, fear, or hollowness of heart, just as no valid plans for the future can be made …

Guilt Quotes–Part I

In my wanderings about the literature on guilt, I ran across some quotes. Some are sprinkled throughout an ebook I’ve written on guilt. Here’s some I thought were good: “Guilt is anger directed at ourselves.”–Peter McWilliams “If I had my life to live over again, I’d be a plumber.”–Albert Einstein “If you wind up with a …

Examples of Guilt–Part VI

This is the last of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… Bigger causes of guilt require greater perspective, but not any more effort to find a third standard. For example, there are various methods of reducing collective guilt. One of …

Examples of Guilt–Part V

This is the fifth of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… More complicated is the example of the wife who had the affair. She committed a sin of commission. She did something at the same time both reactive and proactive, …

Examples of Guilt–Part IV

Examples of Guilt–Part IV This is the fourth of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… Guilt can be appropriate and act to protect us from danger. Using the example of speeding on the freeway; speeding, potentially, was dangerous. I was …

Examples of Guilt–Part III

Examples of Guilt–Part III This is the third of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… The trick was to “unbundle” one or more different dimensions that were embedded in one guilt-inducing level of communication. The principle is to deal with …

Examples of Guilt–Part II

Examples of Guilt–Part II This is the second of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… In most cases of guilt, the antidote is to create another (meaning, your) standard, other than that implied by committing or omitting something, or by …

Examples of Guilt–Part I

Examples of Guilt–Part I This is the first of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. In its most healthy and appropriate sense, guilt is an emotional warning sign that most people learn through their normal childhood social development. Its purpose is to …

Ambivalence and Guilt–Part I

Ambivalence and Guilt–Part I This is the first of a two-part series on ambivalence and guilt. Written by a psychologist. We all suffer from internal conflicts every day; some big, some little. Some conflicts are between ideas, concepts and values, while others are only between feelings. Some are conscious, some unconscious. In all cases, the irresolution …

Ambivalence and Guilt–Part II

This is the second in a two-part series of articles on ambivalence and guilt. Please read the first article before reading this one. Written by a psychologist. The Dictionary of Psychology defines an “Approach-Avoidance” situation, as … “A conflict resulting from being both drawn and repelled by the same goal. This type of conflict is particularly …

Examples of Guilt–Part III

This is the third of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… The trick was to “unbundle” one or more different dimensions that were embedded in one guilt-inducing level of communication. The principle is to deal with the different dimensions separately. …

Examples of Guilt–Part II

This is the second of a six-part series of articles on guilt, emphasizing specific examples, and how to deal with them. Written by a psychologist. To continue… In most cases of guilt, the antidote is to create another (meaning, your) standard, other than that implied by committing or omitting something, or by conforming to the speaker’s …