Are you a secret people watcher? Are you fascinated by the observations you make of others in everyday life? And would you like to know, and learn about the real subtext beneath interactions, and how to read it?
Through the Eyes of an Analyst, is a collection of intriguing articles written by an experienced analyst in human behaviour, that reveals such a window into the unconscious behaviours of others. Explaining the difference between what is seen and what is unseen, Carole Sawo BSc (Hons) MA offers unique insights into the real motivators of others, bringing readers awareness to the symbolic language in non-verbal communication that goes beyond body language.
Describing real-life encounters, in-depth observational analysis, and the humour to be found in people-watching, this opportunity to see life ‘Through the Eyes of an Analyst’, is a highly entertaining and enlightening read.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction: Observation, Unconscious Behaviour & People-Watching
Article 1: Charming People
Article 2: On Love & Grief in Reality
Article 3: You Must be Joking!
Article 4: Stuck on Projection
Article 5: 8 Habits of Psychologically Secure People
Article 6: Rotating the Compass of Anxiety
Article 7: Chip Psychology
Article 8: A Sociopath on Social Media
Article 9: Wicked Witch Syndrome
Article 10: Why People Throw Their Friends Under the Bus
Article 11: Oblivious
Article 12: Real Arrogance, Fake Humility
Article 13: Emotional Stealth Bombs
Article 14: Duped
Article 15: Phoenix Lives
Conclusion: People in the Mirror
About the Author: Other Books, Hebe College, Classes, Courses, & Contact
“I thought I knew about people, being a watcher all these years, but then Carole lifted the veil on a whole other world that suddenly opened up. A world in which Carole illuminates what is really going on, and sometimes, it’s really astounding. We pick up on some things intuitively, but being invited in to see through an analysts eyes is something else. Really enjoyed the humour and insights. The articles are perfect for bite-sized reading and reflection before bed. I’ll never look at human relationships in the same way again”.
Connie Page – Student of Life