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Category: Self-Help

Self-Help

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  • Here is a practical program that will help you conquer nagging self-doubt, ask for what you want, and bounce back from setbacks and criticism.

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  • Anxiety experts Martin M. Antony, Ph.D. and Randi E. McCabe, Ph.D., provide readers who have at one time or another experienced seemingly unexplainable, intense mental and physical attacks of overwhelming fear with 10 simple and proven strategies for combatting panic attacks.

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  • These ten simple techniques—drawn from cognitive behavioral therapy, mind-body medicine, and positive psychology—can help anyone avoid anxiety-related problems and feel more vibrant and healthy by managing stress.

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  • Two anxiety experts team up to provide readers with these ten simple, engaging, proven-effective cognitive behavioral strategies to combat excessive worry, an energy-sapping condition that often leads to more serious anxiety-related problems.

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  • In this book, psychologist Janetti Marotta offers mindfulness exercises for readers struggling with a lack of self-acceptance and self-compassion. Based on the idea that true self-esteem is based on internal, rather than external factors, the 50 easy-to-use practices outlined in this book aim to promote inner awareness and help readers live a more fulfilled life.

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  • People turn to food to cope with stress and sadness, enhance joy, and bring a sense of comfort. But over time, this kind of emotional overeating can cause weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, and a host of other health problems. In this much-anticipated follow up to 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food, renowned psychologist, eating expert, and best-selling author Susan Albers presents fifty more mindful and healthy activities that really work to help readers replace their need to overeat.

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  • In 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food, Susan Albers, eating disorder specialist and best-selling author of Eating Mindfully, presents fifty exercises readers can do to soothe themselves, calm stress, and end emotional eating.

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  • Women are faced with an intense pressure to have the perfect body. But the truth is women are their own worst critics when they look in the mirror. Isn’t it time to put away the scale, toss perfectionism out the window, and start feeling fantastic? In this powerfully inspirational book, Kimber Simpkins, yoga instructor and author of Full, gives women 52 undeniable reasons to love their bodies and discover their own unique beauty!

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  • In these increasingly difficult times, it’s easy to get stuck in a cycle of negativity, cynicism, and unhappiness. Based on author Scott Glassman’s A Happier You® wellness program, The Up Side teaches readers seven core positivity skills to rapidly short-circuit chronic rumination and pessimistic thinking. By reducing the frequency and intensity of negative thoughts about themselves, the world, and their future, readers will learn to break free from cynicism to feel more positive, happy, and resilient.

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  • In A Meditation on I Am, spiritual teacher Rupert Spira offers beautiful and contemplative prose poetry to help readers reach an experiential understanding of their own essential being. Spira’s essential teachings shine through each passage, revealing how our mental and emotional patterns are not in fact our true self, and how this realization can bring lasting inner peace.

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  • The ultimate practical guide to mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)—with more than 115,000 copies sold—is now available in a fully revised and updated second edition. In A Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook, two MBSR experts present a step-by-step, eleven-week program for effective stress reduction based on the concepts in Jon Kabat-Zinn’s groundbreaking book, Full Catastrophe Living.

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  • Anxiety is one of the most prevalent mental health issues faced by society today. In The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook for Anxiety, three MBSR experts provide powerful mindfulness meditations and exercises to help sooth anxiety, understand common triggers, and live more fully in the moment.

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  • Can a woman’s relationships make her depressed? Past and current patterns, expectations, and assumptions about roles in relationships can often cause or worsen depression; A Secret Sadness offers a groundbreaking new perspective on this phenomenon, as well as powerful tools readers can use to explore the issue.

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  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is more than just a therapy—it’s a framework for living well. It asks us to accept what we cannot change. It teaches us to make a commitment to what we deeply care about. And it works best when practiced daily. In The ACT Daily Journal, two renowned ACT clinicians offer short, everyday practices from ACT to help readers open up fully to their experiences, clarify what matters to them, and take committed action to live a values-based life.

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  • From the bestselling author of When Anger Hurts, Matthew McKay, Ph.D., and ACT experts Georg Eifert, Ph.D. and John P. Forsyth, Ph.D., comes the first bookto provide ACT principles and techniques for dealing with anger, and to teach readers how to change their relationship with, and response to, anger by developing compassion for themselves and others.

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  • It’s not just the big choices we make that can radically change our lives—sometimes it’s the small ones. Offering a powerful blend of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and behavioral activation strategies, Activating Happiness teaches readers how to conquer depression and low mood by actively making positive choices in small, everyday moments. These small changes will help reignite motivation, improve mood, and help readers get unstuck so they can connect with what they value most.

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