Knowing how our feelings work allows us to tame our temperament. Gael Lindenfield takes the latest research into the body/mind/behaviour cycle and explores how we can control our body, mind and behaviour to have healthy relationships, happy selves and successful working lives.
Many who are emotionally highly-strung are given tips to soothe their sensitivity. Gael’s seven step emotional healing strategy helps the reader mend old and new emotional wounds.
This is a book which looks at what emotions are and how best to deal with guilt, shame, jealousy, anger, envy and other feelings which impede your living a full, happy and successful life.
Harness your habits with positive strategies for runaway feelings and learn how to maintain emotional confidence!
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thorsens pbk,2000From the Back Cover:
Do you ever feel that your emotions have run away with you? Perhaps you suspect that you are affected by old emotional wounds which need help to heal. With this practical and sympathetic book, Gael Lindenfield helps you to manage your emotions so that you can create more balance and success in your life and relationships.
Emotional confidence helps you to:
• Soothe your sensitivity
• Control runaway feelings
• Feel assertive and positive
With a seven-step emotional healing strategy, techniques to help you lift your spirits, build confidence and gain control, you will find Gael Lindenfield's advice invaluable
Gael Lindenfield, internationally bestselling author of nine ground-breaking books, is one of the UL's leading personal development trainer. A highly respected psychotherapist, Lindenfield works with a wide range of organizations from charities to multi-national businesses. She is the author of 'Self Esteem, Success from Setbacks, The Positive Woman' and 'Manageing Anger' among other books and audio cassettes.
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Book Description Thorsons. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0007100361 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.0001562
Book Description Thorsons, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0007100361