Anxious To Please

Author: Craig English
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
ISBN: 140223175X
Size: 78.31 MB
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Do you (or does someone you know)... --Apologize frequently or for things you are not responsible for? --Get preoccupied with what other people think of you? --Become unhappy when your partner isn't happy? --Feel worried or fretful so often it seems normal? --Often not know what you want? --Constantly second-guess yourself? Chronic Niceness affects multitudes, causing severe anxiety and depression, crippling self-esteem, and undermining and destroying relationships Anxious to Please reveals the primary psychological cause of Chronic Niceness--Anxious Attachment. Anxious Attachment drives the Nice Person to accommodate, acquiesce and avoid conflict. Nice People take what they're given rather than asking for what they want, often sacrificing relationship, careers and their own integrity. Anxious to Please presents seven powerful practices designed to bring about: resilient self-esteem; a happier and calmer emotional life; a reality-based optimism for the future; fulfilling sex; and satisfying relationships.

Anxious To Please

Author: James Rapson
Publisher: Sourcebooks Incorporated
ISBN: 9781402206528
Size: 74.70 MB
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Millions of people suffer from Chronic Niceness.

Energy Psychology

Author: Michael Mayer
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1556437242
Size: 49.89 MB
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"Merges Eastern practices with Western psychology to introduce self-healing tools"--Provided by publisher.

Adrenaline Dominance

Author: Michael E. Platt
Publisher: Clancy Lane Pub
ISBN: 9780977668311
Size: 68.23 MB
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This work outlines a groundbreaking approach to treating illnesses traditionally considered incurable because the effects of excess adrenaline have been virtually ignored by the medical community. Excess amounts of adrenaline have been proven to result in such disorders as ADHD, fibromyalgia, anger, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, PTSD, severe PMS, and more. Platt shows how these disorders can be controlled with diet and bio-identical progesterone, demonstrated to be safer and more beneficial than pharmaceutical progestins. Original.

Making The Irish American

Author: J.J. Lee
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 081475208X
Size: 46.45 MB
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Explores the history of the Irish in America, offering an overview of Irish history, immigration to the United States, and the transition of the Irish from the working class to all levels of society.

The Tapping Solution

Author: Nick Ortner
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
ISBN: 1401939414
Size: 80.11 MB
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Explains how to use the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to create much needed change in one's life.

Brainspotting

Author: David Grand
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781604078909
Size: 62.80 MB
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Explains the basic principles of a course of treatment which combines brain-body techniques and talk therapy to provide healing for trauma victims.

Welcome To The Revolution

Author: Charles Derber
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 131723541X
Size: 37.82 MB
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When the Women’s March gathered millions just one day after Trump’s inauguration, a new era of progressive action was born. Organizing on the far Right led to Trump’s election, bringing authoritarianism and the specter of neo-fascism, and intensifying corporate capitalism’s growing crises of inequality and injustices. Yet now we see a new universalizing resistance among progressive and left movements for truth, dignity, and a world based on democracy, equality, and sustainability. Derber ?offers the first comprehensive guide to this new era and an original vision and strategy for movement success. He convincingly shows how only a new ?universalizing? wave, a ?progressive? and revolutionary "movement of movements," can counter the world-universalizing economic and cultural forces of intensifying corporate and far-right power. Derber explores the crises and eroding legitimacy of the globalized? capitalist system ?and the right wing movements? that helped create the Trump era??. He shows? how? left universalizing movements can--and must—converge ? to propel a? mass base that can prevent societal, economic, or ecological collapse, stop a resurgent Right, and build a democratic social alternative. He describes tactics and strategies for ?this?new progressive movement. Brief guest "interludes" by Medea Benjamin, Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Bill Fletcher, Juliet Schor, Gar Alperovitz, Chuck Collins, Matt Nelson, Janet Wallace, and other prominent figures tell how to coalesce and universalize activism into a more powerful movement wave—at local, community, national, and international levels. Vivid and highly accessible, this? book is for activists, students, and all ?citizens concerned about the erosion of justice and democracy. It thoroughly illuminates the rationale, theory, practice, ?humanism, love, ?and joy of ?the? ?social transformation that we urgently need.

Into The Silent Land

Author: Martin Laird
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195345606
Size: 35.73 MB
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Sitting in stillness, the practice of meditation, and the cultivation of awareness are commonly thought to be the preserves of Hindus and Buddhists. Martin Laird shows that the Christian tradition of contemplation has its own refined teachings on using a prayer word to focus the mind, working with the breath to cultivate stillness, and the practice of inner vigilance or awareness. But this book is not a mere historical survey of these teachings. In Into the Silent Land, we see the ancient wisdom of both the Christian East and West brought sharply to bear on the modern-day longing for radical openness to God in the depths of the heart. Laird's book is not like the many presentations for beginners. While useful for those just starting out, this book serves especially as a guide for those who desire to journey yet deeper into the silence of God. The heart of the book focuses on negotiating key moments of struggle on the contemplative path, when the whirlwind of distractions or the brick wall of boredom makes it difficult to continue. Laird shows that these inner struggles, even wounds, that any person of prayer must face, are like riddles, trying to draw out of us our own inner silence. Ultimately Laird shows how the wounds we loathe become vehicles of the healing silence we seek, beyond technique and achievement. Throughout the language is fresh, direct, and focused on real-life examples of people whose lives are incomparably enriched by the practice of contemplation.

No More Mr Nice Guy

Author: Robert A. Glover
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781402580222
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Beginning with the premise that there are men who suffer from what he calls the "Nice Guy Syndrome," Dr. Robert A. Glover offers advice on how to take back control and lead a healthy and satisfying life.