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Empath Karla McLaren is an award-winning author, social science researcher, and pioneering educator whose empathic approach to emotions has taken her through the healing of her own childhood trauma, into a healing career, and now into the study of sociology, anthropology, neurology, cognitive psychology, and education. She is the author of The Language of Emotions: What Your Feelings Are Trying to Tell You (Sounds True, 2010), the online course Emotional Flow: Becoming Fluent in the Language of Emotions (Sounds True, 2012) and The Art of Empathy: A Complete Guide to Life's Most Essential Skill (October, 2013).
As a complicated person I feel that this book will also help me get though some difficult time.
In this book, McLaren is presenting a new way of understanding how the emotions you feel today can bring you wisdom and understanding (if approached in the right way).
My personal experience in dealing with transforming emotions has been very powerful--and this book gives the reader instructions to do that very easily.
This book has been extremely helpful to me in coming to peace with my inner world. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves.Published 5 days ago by Daniel Carter
Awesome book, I agree with most of what Karla says. She is redundant and repeats herself over and over and over again, but the message is solid and some people need to hear the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KC
Fantastic descriptions of the emotions. Learn how to recognise, understand and welcome emotions in yourself and others. Find the empath in you.Published 1 month ago by MAL
These teachings and insights should be required course work as early as middle school! Remarkable!Published 1 month ago by Armeda M.
This is the best book on emotions I have read and I have read many. I also work with emotional issues with clients and though there are many good authors and techniques for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shelly
I love love love this book! It explains so well why we just can't "decide" to change our lives. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathrine Tuset Jenssen