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Written in Irv Yalom''s inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our anxiety. Such recognition is often catalyzed by an "awakening experience"—a dream, or loss (the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job or home), illness, trauma, or aging.

Once we confront our own mortality, Dr. Yalom writes, we are inspired to rearrange our priorities, communicate more deeply with those we love, appreciate more keenly the beauty of life, and increase our willingness to take the risks necessary for personal fulfillment.

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The philosopher Martin Heidegger once remarked that we can live intensely only if we stare death in the face every moment of our lives. Bestselling psychiatrist Yalom ( Love''s Executioner) attempts to put this principle into practice in a sometimes thoughtful, often repetitious book. Drawing on literature and film, as well as conversations with his patients, Yalom demonstrates how the fear of retirement, concerns about changing jobs or moving to another city, or changes in family status (such as the empty nest) are rooted in our deepest, most inescapable fear: of death. Yet, he says, this anxiety can prompt an awakening to life and help us realize our connections to others and our influence on those around us. Through such experiences we can transcend our sense of finiteness and transiency and live in the here and now. In a final chapter, Yalom offers instructions for therapists seeking to help their patients overcome death anxiety. Although in the 1980s Yalom, now 76, provided new insights into the human psyche with his innovative method of existential psychotherapy, this book recycles well-known philosophical insights, but Yalom''s humane, calm voice may bring them to a new audience. (Feb.)
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"Philosophical it is, but never arid with theory. Its lively chapters are populated with patients whose raw angst Yalom refines into vignettes that are always enlightening and often quite moving." ( Washington Post, February 24, 2008)

The philosopher Martin Heidegger once remarked that we can live intensely only if we stare death in the face every moment of our lives. Bestselling psychiatrist Yalom (Love''s Executioner) attempts to put this principle into practice in a sometimes thoughtful, often repetitious book. Drawing on literature and film, as well as conversations with his patients, Yalom demonstrates how the fear of retirement, concerns about changing jobs or moving to another city, or changes in family status (such as the empty nest) are rooted in our deepest, most inescapable fear: of death. Yet, he says, this anxiety can prompt an awakening to life and help us realize our connections to others and our influence on those around us. Through such experiences we can transcend our sense of “finiteness and transiency” and live in the here and now. In a final chapter, Yalom offers instructions for therapists seeking to help their patients overcome death anxiety. Although in the 1980s Yalom, now 76, provided new insights into the human psyche with his innovative method of “existential psychotherapy,” this book recycles well-known philosophical insights, but Yalom''s humane, calm voice may bring them to a new audience. (Feb.) (Publishers Weekly, November 5, 2007)

"Staring at the Sun is neither textbook nor mere self-help. Philosophical it is, but never arid with theory. Its lively chapters are populated with patients whose raw angst Yalom refines into vignettes that are always enlightening and often quite moving." -- Washington Post

"So what to do about the dread of death? ... [Yalom''s] key prescriptions are true connections with others, a feeling one has lived well and "rippling" - having positive impacts and memories live on in others after you die. These deceptively obvious goals are, obviously, not easily attained: What thinking and feeling person truly lives a life with no regrets? But they are inarguably worthwhile ones." -- San Francisco Chronicle

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"Irv Yalom has written a beautiful and courageous book - a book that comforts even as it explores and confronts death. Yalom helps us understand that we must all come to grips with a paradox: The physicality of death destroys us; the idea of death saves us."
George Valliant, author of Aging Well, and Director of the Harvard Medical School Study of Adult Development

"Staring at the Sun is a thoughtful reinforcement of the stoicism that we all need in a time when babble and denial are all the rage."
Christopher Hitchens, author of God Is Not Great

"Staring at the Sun looks experientially and psycho-dynamically at our deepest fear, and describes with uncommon eloquence and deep humanity how we may arrive at a form of peace. The book is witty and kind and unflinching, a generous mediation that should give comfort to the dying and to those they leave behind."
Andrew Solomon, author, The Noonday Demon, winner of the National Book Award

"Irvin Yalom has written a brave, intelligent book on the last forbidden subject—death. I honor his courage and rare insight."
Erica Jong, author, Fear of Flying, Shylock’s Daughter, Inventing Memory, and Sappho’s Leap

"Yalom is the Scherherazade of the couch, his work a marvelous exercise in storytelling."
Laura Miller, New York Times

"This thoughtful treatment of the ultimate fear has much to offer people of faith, especially Western Christians. Instead of fearing death, which gave birth to religion itself, we can confront it in a true act of faith, and stop denying it through fantasies of immorality. This is a wise book by a wise man about the most taboo of all subjects. Read it, and fear not."
Robin Meyers, minister of Mayflower UCC Church of Oklahoma City, and author of Why the Christian Right is Wrong

"One of America''s finest therapists guides us through one of life''s most challenging tasks in this profoundly helpful book. It will benefit anyone who reads it."
Rabbi Harold Kushner, author of When Bad Things Happen To Good People

"Irvin Yalom writes like an angel about the devils that besiege us."
Rollo May

"In Staring at the Sun, Dr. Yalom shares with us the problems of his patients linked to their mortality, his compassionate, healing insight into their death anxiety, and perhaps most movingly, his own feelings and personal experiences with death. While the existential realities of death, isolation, and meaningless may seem at first bleak and full of despair, Dr. Yalom''s existential approach helps his readers frame these realities in positive and meaningful ways that foster personal growth and intensify our connections to others and to the world around us."
Harold Ramis, Actor, Writer and Director, Ghostbuster, Groundhog Day, and Analyze This

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Staring at the Sun

From the acclaimed author of the best-selling Love''s Executioner, The Gift of Therapy, and When Nietzsche Wept comes an inspiring book that confronts the most demanding challenge we all face: overcoming the terror of death.

Written in Irv Yalom''s inimitable story-telling style, Staring at the Sun is a profoundly encouraging approach to the universal issue of mortality. In this magisterial opus, capping a lifetime of work and personal experience, Dr. Yalom helps us recognize that the fear of death is at the heart of much of our anxiety. Such recognition is often catalyzed by an "awakening experience"—a dream, or loss (the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job or home), illness, trauma, or aging.

Once we confront our own mortality, Dr. Yalom writes, we are inspired to rearrange our priorities, communicate more deeply with those we love, appreciate more keenly the beauty of life, and increase our willingness to take the risks necessary for personal fulfillment.

Filled with touching personal stories of people who are grappling with the terror of death—including the author—Staring at the Sun offers specific methods to cope with terror and is ultimately life affirming. Most important, Dr. Yalom encourages us to strive for more direct engagement with others. Compassionate connection, combined with the wisdom of the great thinkers who have wrestled with mortality, enables us to overcome the terror of death and lead happier, more meaningful lives.

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Praise for Staring at the Sun

"Irvin Yalom has written a brave, intelligent book on the last forbidden subject—death. I honor his courage and rare insight."
Erica Jong, author, Fear of Flying, Shylock''s Daughter, Inventing Memory, and Sappho''s Leap

"This thoughtful treatment of the ultimate fear has much to offer people of faith, especially Western Christians. Instead of fearing death, which gave birth to religion itself, we can confront it in a true act of faith and stop denying it through fantasies of immortality. This is a wise book by a wise man about the most taboo of all subjects. Read it, and fear not."
Robin Meyers, minister of Mayflower UCC Church of Oklahoma City, and author, Why the Christian Right Is Wrong

"Staring at the Sun is a thoughtful reinforcement of the stoicism that we all need in a time when babble and denial are all the rage."
Christopher Hitchens, author, God Is Not Great

"Staring at the Sun looks experientially and psychodynamically at our deepest fear and describes with uncommon eloquence and deep humanity how we may arrive at a form of peace. The book is witty and kind and unflinching, a generous meditation that should give comfort to the dying and to those they leave behind."
Andrew Solomon, author, The Noonday Demon, winner of the National Book Award

"One of America''s finest therapists guides us through one of life''s most challenging tasks in this profoundly helpful book. It will benefit anyone who reads it."
Rabbi Harold Kushner, author, When Bad Things Happen to Good People

Praise for Irvin Yalom

"Yalom is the Scheherazade of the couch, his work a marvelous exercise in storytelling."
Laura Miller, New York Times

"Irvin Yalom writes like an angel about the devils that besiege us."
Rollo May, author, Love and Will, The Meaning of Anxiety, Man''s Search for Himself, and The Courage to Create

About the Author

Irvin D. Yalom, M.D., is Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine. The author of the definitive textbooks The Theory and Practice of Psychotherapy and Existential Psychotherapy, Dr. Yalom also wrote the New York Times best seller Love''s Executioner and the international best-selling novel When Nietzsche Wept.

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Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017
I am actually not done reading this but wanted to leave a review to say this book has been helping me so much. My fears of death are so intense, sometimes I have moments I just want to die, ironically, because it''s too much to bare. Already, this book has given me a new... See more
I am actually not done reading this but wanted to leave a review to say this book has been helping me so much. My fears of death are so intense, sometimes I have moments I just want to die, ironically, because it''s too much to bare. Already, this book has given me a new perspective and is helping me not be so afraid. I''m glad I bought this as I am now not wanting to give up but instead live my life to the fullest.
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existential soullessness
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The author, a therapist, details case studies (a tiny humanity sample) where he essentially advocates a "change the thought, change the feeling" approach to ameliorating the fear of death. While some of these patients may leave therapy with a temporary anxiety reprieve, how... See more
The author, a therapist, details case studies (a tiny humanity sample) where he essentially advocates a "change the thought, change the feeling" approach to ameliorating the fear of death. While some of these patients may leave therapy with a temporary anxiety reprieve, how this mindset holds up in the face of illness remains suspect. The writer clearly puts zero credence in a belief in the existence of a higher spiritual realm, or in any idea of an afterlife. We''ll see how that holds up if sadly one day he''s laying there as the last hours of his life come forward. By totally ignoring the thousands of near death experience reports, and by discounting any faith-based belief in an afterlife, he effectively eliminates perhaps the best antidote to overcoming the death fear. It''s fairly easy to adopt this faithless approach, but it''s not truly tested until the hour of one''s death approaches, coupled with one''s awareness of same. Only then will we see if the offered mindsets, like rippling, can offer solace when it''s most needed. My choice would be to have arrived at a point of belief in the continuance of the soul spirit--if that sounds reasonable, this book is useless to you...
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Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2017
This book was quoted in another book I just finished reading and I downloaded a sample first. Before I finished the sample, I bought the book. I was recently sick and had no medical diagnosis to my symptoms. An intense fear of death and dying arose several times during my... See more
This book was quoted in another book I just finished reading and I downloaded a sample first. Before I finished the sample, I bought the book. I was recently sick and had no medical diagnosis to my symptoms. An intense fear of death and dying arose several times during my sickness. Two such episodes were so powerful, I felt consumed by fear of dying daily. I wouldn''t let myself go to sleep on some nights. When I started reading this book, I first was scared even more. All this death talk!! However, I could not stop reading! I was obsessed with reading more and just dealt with the fear. Now, that I''ve finished the book, I feel so much more peace, relief that there are many, countless, people who have felt what I have been feeling. That my fears are natural progression in life and not death premonitions. I really like the questions in the Afterward and will go back over time to answer these for myself and write them down. Thank you Dr. Yalom.
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Everything From Yalom That I''ve Read Is Invaluable
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Yalom is likely the greatest writing psychologist we have in the western world at the moment. His writing style is very similar to how he speaks (there''s a documentary on his life worth watching as it has scenes from his therapy sessions) in session and out. He''s a... See more
Yalom is likely the greatest writing psychologist we have in the western world at the moment. His writing style is very similar to how he speaks (there''s a documentary on his life worth watching as it has scenes from his therapy sessions) in session and out. He''s a remarkable man with a remarkable life. This is one of several books from Yalom that I highly recommend for psychotherapists, psychiatrists, mental health workers and patients. However, I would preface that patients should be exposed to this book with their therapists preface and at the right time in treatment as the subject matter can be overwhelming for many who are not ready for it.
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Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020
I am 41. I originally purchased this book because turning 40, being divorced, being all alone for many years, on top of being a truly single mom, completely responsible for so much, I developed major death anxiety. Every pain, every new bump, EVERY ANYTHING that I feel that... See more
I am 41. I originally purchased this book because turning 40, being divorced, being all alone for many years, on top of being a truly single mom, completely responsible for so much, I developed major death anxiety. Every pain, every new bump, EVERY ANYTHING that I feel that is not normal, instantly sends me into a panic. Hitting that big 40 brought on a lot of death anxiety for me. My dad also died at 45 so that lingers in my mind. I guess if asked my biggest fear about dying is who will care for my 11-year-old? I am currently not finished with the book so I will update again after. I am not sure if it has helped yet as I haven''t had a "NEW" freak out moment in a few weeks but I found it helpful to hear all of the other patient''s stories. My goal in reading this book is to be comfortable with death so I can live without the fear of it and to have a more purposeful life. I''d like to state also that I am a saved Christian and a true believer but I also respect all beliefs so the mentions of non-belief in this book did not offend me as I am reading for the therapy of it. So far, I find comfort in all of the stories from each patient mentioned and have come to realize a few places I had not thought of before that my death anxiety may be coming from!! I look forward to wrapping this book up and giving more feedback.
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Profound and intimate. Don’t miss it.
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
I am always skeptical of such books. I have read a few of them and I always found them missing the deep issues. This is not the case for Yalom’s book. The discussion is deep and resonates with my own understanding and concerns. The book is informed by the author’s years... See more
I am always skeptical of such books. I have read a few of them and I always found them missing the deep issues. This is not the case for Yalom’s book. The discussion is deep and resonates with my own understanding and concerns. The book is informed by the author’s years of experience as a therapist. The writing is enjoyable and engaging. I recommend it warmly to my friends.
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Claire
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Excellent read for clinicians
Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2019
This is a great book for therapists, social workers and humans alike. I work in oncology and was looking to broaden my understanding about death anxiety within clinical work. Yalom’s case studies exemplify how death anxiety plays out within our daily lives. It empowered me... See more
This is a great book for therapists, social workers and humans alike. I work in oncology and was looking to broaden my understanding about death anxiety within clinical work. Yalom’s case studies exemplify how death anxiety plays out within our daily lives. It empowered me to better understand my own fears and to support my clients as they work through theirs. Highly suggest for clinicians, even those who don’t work in end of life. You will recognize how this topic affects all of us regardless of circumstance.
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But I would recommend it for ANYONE
Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2017
Incredible read. I read this as a mental health counseling student, with an interest in existential psychotherapy. But I would recommend it for ANYONE. I couldn''t put it down and it gave me so much to think about. You don''t need to be interested in mental health... See more
Incredible read. I read this as a mental health counseling student, with an interest in existential psychotherapy. But I would recommend it for ANYONE. I couldn''t put it down and it gave me so much to think about. You don''t need to be interested in mental health counseling or death terror to find this book amazing.
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Dr. Carberry Van Tuche
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Scared of what?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 3, 2019
Irving Yalom is a practising psychiatrist who deals with people''s fear of dying. His own belief is that your consciousness simply "switches off" when you die. His book is interesting up to the point when someone dies and it surprised me just how many people actually fear...See more
Irving Yalom is a practising psychiatrist who deals with people''s fear of dying. His own belief is that your consciousness simply "switches off" when you die. His book is interesting up to the point when someone dies and it surprised me just how many people actually fear dying! He makes a good living from it anyway!! It is an interesting read to see exactly what fears people have about death and how it affects their lives the older they get. In the end, he tries to calm his patients fears so that they get some peace in their final days. He doesn''t take into account research in other fields such as that undertaken at the Munro Institute in Virginia or the work of Dr. Ron Moody, both of whom have researched where we go after dying. Anyway, an interesting read if you are more biased to the atheist view of this is all there is!
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DrDave
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Not what I expected
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 19, 2016
The first third of this book is very thought provoking. Whether you think about you mortality or not read the first third. I am sure you will be informed and thoughtful, hopefully not disturbed. After than it is a bit repetitive and the last chapter is hard work if you are...See more
The first third of this book is very thought provoking. Whether you think about you mortality or not read the first third. I am sure you will be informed and thoughtful, hopefully not disturbed. After than it is a bit repetitive and the last chapter is hard work if you are not a therapist (I am not...). Overall, I am glad I read most of the book, it does make you think and helped me think differently about life, and death. The message is simple - live for today, plan to live a long happy life, understand what the people you knew (who have died) did for you and the affect they had on you. Don''t fear your mortality. If you do, read this book.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 16, 2016
I heard this reviewed on A Good Read and bought it on the strength of what the reviewers said. I have read other Yalom books and do admire his warmth and humanity. He is the kind of therapist that we might all like to have ....honest,funny and honouring of the people he is...See more
I heard this reviewed on A Good Read and bought it on the strength of what the reviewers said. I have read other Yalom books and do admire his warmth and humanity. He is the kind of therapist that we might all like to have ....honest,funny and honouring of the people he is seeking to help. The book is a series of case studies of clients'' death fears and anxieties and Yalom is his wonderful honest self, talking also about his issues with the subject. It''s a good read, a quick read and for me, fairly satisfying but a little limiting as one case follows another. For me the limitation of the book is his atheism and rationality concerning death
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A Useful Antidote for Death related Anxiety
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 3, 2019
If you are like me and are prone to obsessing over the realisation that you have less of your life to live than you have already lived as you try to cope with the seemingly relentless march of time, then Yalom''s book provides some comforting respite. Yalom''s references to...See more
If you are like me and are prone to obsessing over the realisation that you have less of your life to live than you have already lived as you try to cope with the seemingly relentless march of time, then Yalom''s book provides some comforting respite. Yalom''s references to philosophers through history underline for me that there is nothing unique in my anxieties about death and my strong emotions are both natural and an essential characteristic of my humanity. Yalom''s book encourages me to accept that every moment spent worrying about the inevitability of my own demise is a moment which could be better spent revelling in the enjoyment of life''s experience.
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Easily found at a great price
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 16, 2019
This book was recommended to me by a Clinical Psychologist - within a few minutes of looking on Amazon I found a copy for a fabulous price! I received it within two days and read most of it within 24 hours! Easy to read and understand - I have now ordered two more books by...See more
This book was recommended to me by a Clinical Psychologist - within a few minutes of looking on Amazon I found a copy for a fabulous price! I received it within two days and read most of it within 24 hours! Easy to read and understand - I have now ordered two more books by the same Author!
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