The following books are for anyone interested in the complex states of human behavior and how psychological pathologies can lead to addictions and other behavioral health disorders. 

The Undiscovered Self

Immerse yourself in Carl Jung’s “The Undiscovered Self,” a dive into the depths of human consciousness.

An journey through the psyche, the book offers an exploration of the self’s relationship with society, giving emphasis on individual autonomy amidst the societal pressures.

It paints a portrait of our psychological being, challenging us to confront and understand the unexplored aspects of our identity.

This is a valuable resource for anyone looking to delve into the world of psychology and gain a deeper understanding of the human mind.

“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”


  • Original Date of Publication: 1957
  • Author: Carl Jung
  • Number of Pages: 128

Man Against Himself


Navigate through the complexities of self-destruction with Karl Menninger’s “Man Against Himself.”

The book gets into the intricacies of our psychological make-up, uncovering the potential pitfalls of our behaviors and thought patterns that lead to self-defeating tendencies.

The chapter titled, “Chronic Suicide”, which is all about alcohol addiction, alone makes this worth checking out.

Menninger casts light on the motives behind destructive behaviors, making this an invaluable read for anyone interested in understanding the concept of self-sabotage from a psychological perspective.

“In our journey of recovery, we drop the rock, releasing what no longer serves us, paving the way for inner peace and a brighter future.”


  • Original Date of Publication: 1938
  • Author: Karl Menninger
  • Number of Pages: 496


“Violence: Reflections on a National Epidemic” by James Gilligan uncovers the roots of violence from a psychological perspective.

The book is a deep dive into the psychological motives that fuel acts of violence, trying to help readers understand why such behavior occurs and how it can be prevented.

It outlines how understanding, empathy, and compassion can play a significant role in breaking the cycle of violence, thus making it a valuable guide for anyone seeking to comprehend the psychology of violence.

“All violence is an attempt to replace shame with self-esteem.”

  • Original Date of Publication: 1996
  • Author: James Gilligan
  • Number of Pages: 306

Modern Man in Search of a Soul

“Modern Man in Search of a Soul” is a thought-provoking work by Carl Jung, presenting a broad introduction to his theories of dreams, the subconscious, and the human psyche’s complexities.

This, considered by many an essential read for psychology enthusiasts, showcases Jung’s discourse on psychotherapy, exploring the human soul’s significance and the search for deeper meaning in life.

It also offers an understanding of the interconnectedness of psychology and spirituality.

“Every human life contains a potential. It that potential is not fulfilled, then that life was wasted.”


  • Original Date of Publication: 1933
  • Author: Carl Jung
  • Number of Pages: 244

The Interpretation of Dreams

“The Interpretation of Dreams” is a classic masterpiece by Sigmund Freud that goes deep into the realm of dream psychology.

Unveiling the labyrinth of the unconscious mind, Freud interprets the symbolism and significance of dreams in the manifestation of desires, fears, and past experiences.

It’s a compelling read for anyone interested in understanding the hidden mechanisms of the human mind and the role of dreams in our psychological wellbeing.

“Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious.”


  • Original Date of Publication: 1899
  • Author: Sigmund Freud
  • Number of Pages: 630

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