A Habit That You Had Better Learn To Live With Doing Well in Life
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Tsuneko Nakamura, a psychiatrist who is now 89 years old and has been in practice for 70 years.
The reason why she is still active in the field of psychiatry is because she feels "in demand.
Her words are free from unnecessary force, yet they are full of love and have the mysterious power to cheer up anyone who meets her.
Dr. Hiromi Okuda, another psychiatrist and author, interviewed and wrote about Tsuneko's life.
In her gentle Kansai dialect, she teaches how to "do well" in life.
Born in 1929. Psychiatrist.
In June 1945, two months before the end of the war, she moved alone from Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture to Osaka to become a doctor, and became a psychiatrist at a time of turmoil. She has been working as an office doctor while raising her two children, and has been providing outpatient and ward care full-time six days a week until July 2017 (at the age of 88) (she will start working full-time four days a week in August). She continues to work as an active doctor for the rest of her life with the mindset of "no regrets no matter when the time comes to pick me up.
Born in 1967. Psychiatrist and industrial physician (occupational health consultant). President of the Japan Mindfulness Promotion Association.
After working as an internist, she switched to psychiatry after meeting Dr. Tsuneko Nakamura in 2000. Currently, in addition to providing psychiatric care, she works as an industrial physician for 20 companies in Tokyo, providing mental and physical care for business people. She is the author of many books, including "I Can't Lose Weight No Matter What I Do Because I've Been Using My Brain Wrong" (Fusosha), "One Minute, Anywhere Mindfulness" (Japan Management Association Management Center), and "A Book to Make Mental Poison Disappear Quickly" (Kodansha).
|Released Date||Jun 2018|
|Total Page Number||232 pages|
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