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Writing for Emotional Balance: A Guided Journal to Help You Manage Overwhelming Emotions Diary – January 2, 2005
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Beginning with an explanation about the value of keeping a journal, Jacobs then guides readers through various processes to clarify our understanding of the subjective nature of emotions and how they are influenced by time and memory. Readers then learn how to define and evaluate their emotions, predict their emotional patterns, release emotions that no longer serve them, and refocus and organize their emotional life in ways that are more appropriate and fulfilling. Supported by over 30 hands-on exercises, this guide is an excellent resource for novice and seasoned journalists alike.--Larry Trivieri Jr.
“Writing for Emotional Balance is a great workbook that is well suited for people who need to get a better understanding of their own emotional lives. Jacobs is a smart and compassionate writer who provides a wide array of exercises that can help people to reach and maintain optimal emotional and mental health.”
—James W. Pennebaker, professor of psychology as the University of Texas at Austin and author of Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expressing Emotion and Writing to Heal: A Guided Journal for Recovering from Trauma and Emotional Upheaval
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This is a nice guided self help journal. It gets a little bogged down with stories, etc. The exercises are tedius but helpful.Published 22 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book offers some useful exercises that clinicians can use during the clinical hour to learn more about a patient's frame of reference. Very useful!Published on December 24, 2013 by L. N S
I found Dr. Jacobs guide to be very well-written and an extremely useful tool for assisting clients in working with their emotions.Published on May 9, 2013 by Henry Perkins