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Choose Wonder Over Worry

By Amber Rae
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Amber Rae
From the powerhouse Mind Body Green calls 'the Brené Brown of Wonder' comes a self-help book that will reframe the way we look at ourselves and the world, and help us reach our full potential.'Amber Rae is the Elizabeth Gilbert of her generation.' Stacy London, New York Times bestselling author ofThe Truth about StyleWONDER is what we're born with.WORRY is what we learn.NOW IS THE TIME TO RETURN TO WONDER.Why do we hold back from pursuing what matters most? Why do we listen to the voice inside our head that tells us we're not good enough, smart enough, or talented enough? How can we move beyond the fear and doubt that prevents us from creating a life that reflects who we truly are?Choose Wonder Over Worry is your official invitation to face your fears, wake up to your truth, and get to the source of what's holding you back. Journey with inspirational speaker and artist Amber Rae as she connects you with your voice of worry and wonder, teaches you to listen to your emotions rather than silence them, and encourages you to seize your dreams. Through a thoughtful blend of vulnerability, soulfulness, and science, Amber Rae guides you in expressing the fullness of who you are and the gifts you're here to give.You don't have to be held back by Worry when Wonder awaits you every moment of every day.Worry or Wonder: which will you choose?
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Cry of Pain

By Mark Williams
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Mark Williams
Suicide presents a real and often tragic puzzle for the family and friends of someone who has committed or attempted suicide. 'Why did they do it?' 'How could they do this?' 'Why did they not see there was help available?' For therapists and clinicians who want to help those who are vulnerable and their families, there are also puzzles that often seem unsolvable. What is it that causes someone to end his or her own life, or to harm themselves: is it down to a person's temperament, the biology of their genes, or to social conditions? What provides the best clue to a suicidal person's thoughts and behaviour? Each type of explanation, seen in isolation, has its drawbacks, so we need to see how they may fit together to give a more complete picture.Cry of Pain examines the evidence from a social, psychological and biological perspective to see if there are common features that might shed light on suicide. Informative and sympathetically written, it is essential reading for therapists and mental health professionals as well as those struggling with suicidal feelings, their families and friends.
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Constructive Wallowing

By Tina Gilbertson
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Tina Gilbertson
CONSTRUCTIVE WALLOWING is the first book to cut right to the chase, teaching readers how to accept and feel their feelings with self-compassion for greater emotional health and wellbeing.. while making them laugh from time to time.It's tempting to turn away from menacing, uncomfortable feelings like anger, grief, or regret; but ignoring them makes them fester and linger. By learning to accept and embrace rather than suppress difficult feelings, readers keep their sense of personal power and gain greater understanding and ultimately esteem for themselves. Feeling bad can actually lead to feeling better, faster! This practical book, full of practical insight, humour and compassion will enable readers to get in touch with their whole self, and live fuller, happier lives.Contents include how to:Escape from the trap of self-criticism by taking your own sideUse the T-R-U-T-H Technique to get out from under bad feelings, fastNeutralize old emotions that zap your energy and undermine your happinessAllow painful feelings to let go of you, instead of the other way aroundBreak long-standing relationship patterns by healing old woundsBuild a healthier, more loving relationship with the most important person in your life - you!
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The Curse of Lovely

By Jacqui Marson
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Jacqui Marson
Many people's lives, relationships, careers and wellbeing are blighted by the belief that to be liked, loved and accepted they have to limit themselves to the behaviours they believe are approved of by others. This might mean some or all of the following: always being polite, nice, helpful, charming, fun, making people feel good about themselves, not letting people down, never saying 'no', avoiding conflict and putting others' needs before their own. In her 15 years of clinical experience as a psychologist Jacqui Marson has coined the phrase 'the curse of lovely' to describe this growing trend. Many people would like to be known as lovely, but for a growing number of people it can feel like a curse. They feel unable to put their own needs before those of everyone else, and feel that changing this is not an option. This highly practical and motivational book will show readers how to break curse of lovely to live a more complete, fulfilling life. Contents include: when 'lovely' turns into a curse; the lovely child - how it all begins; the different shades of lovely - which one are you?; from curse to gift - how we can still be lovable and get our needs met; but what do I want - how to tune in to what your body is telling you; re-evaluating anger; saying 'no' and surviving; how to instigate scary conversations; and how to replace the personal rules that put you at the bottom on the pile.
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The Confidence To Be Yourself

By Brian Roet
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Brian Roet
Do you brim with confidence and live your life to the full? Or are there areas of your life where you are less secure and would benefit from increased confidence and assertiveness? We all need confidence to fulfil our potential. It is a quality that marks out those who enjoy life, their work and relationships. In this invaluable handbook, Dr Roet uses practical techniques and case histories to help you boost your confidence levels. Use this inspiring guide to change you life forever.
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Confident Networking For Career Success And Satisfaction

By Stuart Lindenfield, Gael Lindenfield
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Stuart Lindenfield, Gael Lindenfield
CONFIDENT NETWORKING FOR CAREER SUCCESS by bestselling author Gael Lindenfield and her husband Stuart is a practical and accessible self-help book everyone will benefit from. Good networking is vital in today's world of work. This book will enable you to build your confidence and develop the essential personal and psychological qualities and skills you need in order to build contacts, enjoy beneficial relationships, and develop a successful and exciting career. Packed with information, advice and anecdotes, including quick-fix solutions for common problems and guidelines for extroverts and introverts, CONFIDENT NETWORKING FOR CAREER SUCCESS will help you to overcome shyness, anxiety and low self-esteem and develop your communication, emotional management, organizational, relationship and electronic skills so that you can easily generate new contacts and enjoy the working life you want.
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The Coaching Bible

By Ian McDermott, Wendy Jago
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Ian McDermott, Wendy Jago
Coaching has become an integral part of our lives, but people still need to know how to make the most of what coaching can offer. The Coaching Bible is the only book on coaching that you need. It offers unique, valuable and expert advice to help you if: You are thinking about getting a coach to help you become more effective; You commission coaching to develop other people; You are considering becoming a coach yourself; You are already a coach and want to extend your knowledge and your skills; You want to learn how to adopt a coaching approach to your own life. This is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the key principles and techniques that make coaching one of the most powerful and exciting tools for furthering personal and professional effectiveness. It explains what works and why and includes a new coaching model to benefit everyone.
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