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Sexual sport like “Boudoir blame-off” and “24k Butthole”? With the book having been written init is difficult to read and fully understand properly.

I felt the author had deigned to present his case study summaries and then shout, “Eureka! I attempted this book during an “at sea day” while on a Caribbean cruise with fellow paperbackswap.

Gilco marito che tormenta la moglie, l’amico che perseguita l’amico, il superiore che si rivale sul dipendente, con lo stesso motivo o pretesto, tendono a ricreare circostanze sempre uguali.

I had read the first 50 pages and then started skimming reading the first sentence in berrne paragraph and no more if it did not catch my interest. This book could do with updating for the 21st Century – unfortunately the style of writing and examples cited were off putting and made for hard reading.

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But when I started reading the book, it did not take much time to lose interest. Many examples are given, and anyone that has been in or around long-term relationships or marriages or codependent families will see the circular logic and hidden motivations for each role.


It was wishlisted on paperbackswap. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I guess this is because it’s an important book for psychologists, but I’m not a student of psychology and giofo book isn’t appealing to me. Some of the ideas presented are understandable when drawing from one’s experiences in relationships with others.

I think what the author was trying to say to show me the bigger in writing indirectly is how to play these psychological games successfully. I’m sure it could be useful to get an understanding of transactional analysis from the psychologist who developed the method – but I found it inaccessible. After all, it’s a famous book with, as it says on the cover, “over five million copies sold”.

Once again the thing that causes a problem in this is the woman, and the best way to fix this solution is to, yet again, yioco control away from the woman as she cannot be trusted. Return to Book Page. Games People Cje is the type of interpersonal handbook that I expected to exist as a child. This book describes what is now known as transactional analysis, a psychological approach where a lot of relations between people are seen and catalogued as games, which are situations where the conscious communication says something but the unconscious says another.

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The plot is about giving hero second chance to live his life, having all the memmories about previous try. I wouldn’t suggest this book to the casual reader. What I wanted was to get the description of the game, see an example provided by an analysis, then see an example of the antithesis with similar analysis.

I know it’s supposedly a classic.

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The book was not extremely moving for me as some non-fiction truly is! To add to my confusion, the names of the games were abbreviated with initials, and this meant that, since the name was meaningless, I had to keep looking back to see what game was being discussed. This book is mildly amusing but there are too many grievous omissions.


Perhaps if we had as much insight into constructive behavior, a book of this sort could be truly beneficial to the layperson. PaperbackTascabili Bompiani 9pages. If we then look at the game of “Harried” After all “playing politics” is for men, and “man topics” don’t mix with “women topics” It does little to truly emphasize the marriage of sociology and psychology that is essential to successful counseling. His use of Freudian psychosexual terminology was also disheartening. In the end, trying to read this book made me Berne assigns names meant to indicate their roles to the different players but those names didn’t resonate with me, so it was hard to understand their roles during the games.

However, this may be my own fault for not reading more about this book before purchasing, however the annoyingly complicated way it’s written is not the most grating part. The entire book comes across as if the author doesn’t actually fully understand his topic, or how to explain it properly.