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Rapid Relief from Emotional Distress: A New, Clinically Proven Method for Getting Over Depression & Other Emotional Problems Without Prolonged or Expensive Therapy Paperback – August 12, 1987
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change your life . . . now!
If you're depressed, lonely, guilty, anxious, or otherwise emotionally ill, you don't have to be. The first step is to realize that you do have power over the way you feel. The second step is to master the simple, no-nonsense, five-minute strategies in this uniquely helpful and ground-breaking book.
Rapid Cognitive Therapy has been tested and proven effective. It is based on the ACT Formula: Accept your current reality. Choose to create what you want in your life. Take action to create it.
This important guide will show you how to:
* Let go of the self-defeating thoughs that are holding you back
* Gain control over your relationships
* Develop self-confidence and self-esteem
* Get rid of your old, unproductive "change" strategies and replace them with "choose" strategies
Featuring 38 tests and exercises to help you pinpoint your problems and find immediate relief.
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pages 20-21 list of factors in dealing with
pages 25-26 list of mental blockage indicators
pages 30-31 kinds of resistance to change
pages 40-48 emotional strategies ==> how
to improve emotional intelligence!!!
pages 136-138 list of inappropriate communication
The general strategies developed in pages 1-96 are
applied later to anxiety, anger, loneliness, depression.
An appendix expands this list to confusion, disappointment,
envy, facial tics, frustration, guilt, and helplessness.
However "Rapid" is NOT a substitute for deep work with an qualified, experienced and insightful therapist. Instead it's an execellent source of day to day coping stratgies. For eight bucks, that's quite a deal.