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Natural Mental Health: How to Take Control of Your Own Emotional Well-Being,by Carla, Phd Wills-Brandon. Amazon review:This book will provide you with true, holistic methods of resolution to mental health issues. Itwill enable you to take responsibility for your own emotional healing, from a "whole person"point of view.
It's Not Okay AnymoreA Personal Guide to Ending Abuse, Taking Charge & Loving Yourselfby Gregory Enns
This empowering guide offers victims and survivors a path out of abuse and into safety.
The Eight Essential Steps to Conflict Resolution: Preserving Relationshipsat Work, at Home, and in the Communityby Dudley WeeksConflict is unavoidable; teaches us how to approach it directly and positively. Presents testedmethods for resolving stubborn differences of opinion.
Angry all the Time:An Emergency Guide to Anger Controlby Ron Potter-Efron, Ronald T. Potter-Efron
Help for very angry people who lose control time after time. Identify the causes of anger,avoid violence, blaming and threats. Change anger provoking thoughts; eight steps ofanger management.
Mental Shielding to Brush Off Hostility (Book and Cassette)by Richard Driscoll
Learn how to protect yourself with irritable co-workers, an angry boss, an upset mate, orcritical parents. This audio cassette and book teach you how to create a protective mentalshield that helps you disregard hostility instead of being hurt, angered, or stressed by it.
I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better: Six Practical Principles ThatEmpower Others to Solve Their Own Problems While Enriching Your Relationshipsby Gary B. Lundberg, Joy Saunders LundbergLearn to walk emotionally with those you care about while empowering them to solve their ownproblems.
When Anger Hurts: Quieting the Storm Within by Matthew McKay, Peter D. Rogers, Judith McKay
Exercises and techniques to control destructive anger, reduce frequency of your anger,change attitudes that trigger chronic anger, identify stresses and needs that lie below your anger.
When Anger Hurts Your Kids: A Parent's Guideby Matthew McKay (Editor), Patrick Fanning, Kim Paleg (Contributor), Dana Landis (Contributor)
When parents frequently express anger to their children, kids react by being less compliant,less concerned for others, and less accepting of themselves. Teaches tools to control youranger and raise kind, well-behaved children.
An Adult Child's Guide toWhat's "Normal" by John Friel, Ph.D. and Linda Friel, M.A.
A practical guide to living a healthy life. Teaches skills that adult children of dysfunctional families did notlearn as children.
Boundaries: Where You End and I Beginby Anne Katherine, M.A.
Teaches you how to recognize and set healthy boundaries. For anyone who has walked away fromconversations, meetings or visits feeling violated.
There's a Hole in My Sidewalkby Portia Nelson
This classic, wise little book is a collection of thought provoking and inspiring writings, includingthe poem that begins, "I walk down thestreet. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I fall in . . . "Filled with practical wisdom and insight.
Better Boundaries:Owning and Treasuring Your Life by Jan Black and Greg Enns
Exercises teach you to set and maintain boundaries by treasuring yourself, owning your life,and protecting your new found treasure.
Ending the Struggle Against Yourself: A Workbook for Developing DeepConfidence and Self-Acceptanceby Stan Taubman, D.S.W.
Exercises to examine and change core beliefs that affect every aspect of your life. Face self-doubtsquarely and, by learning its lessons, make it work for you instead of against you.
I Can't Get Over It: A Handbook forTrauma Survivors by Aphrodite Matsakis, Ph.D.
The challenge of healing from PTSD: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. For survivors of all types oftrauma: crime, family violence, sexual abuse, rape, war and natural disasters.
A Gentle Path Through the 12Steps: For All People in the Process ofRecovery, a Guidebook/Book and 6Cassettes by Patrick Cames, Ph.D.
Workbook includes forty 12 step exercises developed by the author, his colleagues and hundredsof recovering addicts and co-addicts.
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When Someone You Love IsDepressed: How to Help Your Loved One Without Losing Yourself by Laura Epstein Rosen, Ph.D. &Xavier Francisco Amador, Ph.D.
Methods to protect yourself and your relationship; how to recognize your needs, provide support,and encourage the depressed person to seek treatment.
When AA Doesn't Work for Youby Dr. Albert Ellis, Ph.D. and Emmett Velten, Ph.D.
Applies the powerful insights of rational-emotive therapy to recovery from problem drinking.
The Secret of Overcoming Verbal Abuse: Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster and Regaining Control of Your Lifeby Marcia Grad Powers and Dr. Albert Ellis, Ph.D.
Applies rational-emotive therapy to stop the cycle of verbal abuse. The best book on the subject.