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Castelloe, M.S. (2015). Good Stuff: Courage, Resilience, Gratitude, Generosity, Forgiveness, and Sacrifice, by Salman Akhtar, Jason Aronson Inc., Maryland, 2014, 167 pp.. Am. J. Psychoanal., 75(2):234-237.

(2015). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 75(2):234-237

Good Stuff: Courage, Resilience, Gratitude, Generosity, Forgiveness, and Sacrifice, by Salman Akhtar, Jason Aronson Inc., Maryland, 2014, 167 pp.

Review by:
Molly S. Castelloe, Ph.D.

This book lends knowledge to a shrouded terrain of psychoanalytic literature and clinically neglected aspect of human experience. The first section, “Positive Attributes,” examines the character traits of courage, resilience, and gratitude. The second, “Positive Actions,” interrogates generosity, forgiveness, and sacrifice. Each subsection elaborates the definition of each concept, its epistemology, psychological origins, maturational path, and clinical import.

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