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Richard Winter

  • Perfecting Ourselves to Death: The Pursuit of Excellence and the Perils of Perfectionism
In Perfecting Ourselves to Death, Richard Winter explores the positive and negative effects of perfectionism on our lives. He looks at the seductive nature of perfectionism as it is reflected in today's media. He examines the price and perils of perfectionism. And he explores the roots of perfectionism, delving into what originally awakens this drive in us. After analyzing the negative feelings and defeatist behaviors that unhealthy perfectionism births, he provides practical strategies for how to change.

     
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  • Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment: Rediscovering Passion and Wonder
Though we have hundreds of entertainment options today – video games, the internet, CD and MP3 players, home entertainment centers, sporting events, megamalls, movie theaters, and even robotic toys – Western culture is battling an insidious disease, an epidemic of boredom. Intrigued by this “deadness of the soul,” Richard Winter uses the latest historical, physiological and psychological research to probe the nature, causes and effects of boredom. He explores why some people are more likely to get bored than others, the indifference and the loss of meaning among youth, the attraction of extreme sports, how advertising promotes apathy, and the links between boredom and addictions to violence and pornography. Not satisfied with mere description and analysis, Winter offers practical ways to counteract boredom by learning to live with passion and wonder.
     
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  • The Roots of Sorrow: Reflections of Depression and Hope
    • Have you ever been depressed? Have you ever helped someone you love get through depression? Dr. Richard Winter, a practicing psychotherapist, dispels the myth that those who suffer under the viselike grip of depression should feel guilty before God because they are not happy or more content. Dr. Winter explains why the biblical perspective of life is essential for reducing our vulnerability to depression, and for achieving healing.
     
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