Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Feeling Good Again by Overcoming Mood Swings, Gaining Emotional Control with the DBT Therapy (Unabridged‪)‬

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Descripción editorial

Don’t ever want to lose out on achieving super success in life on account of behavioral issues, particularly related to self-harm and suicidal tendencies? Then pay attention!Are you one of those people who finds it difficult to cope with your surging emotions? Do you feel that your life would change considerably for the better if you could improve your interpersonal skills? Have you always been awed at the site of some people being able to feel comfortable in whatever situation in which life puts them? Would you like to be one of those people?Do you also worry about your poor emotional maturity and irrationality becoming a stumbling block in your personal and professional growth? What if you were told you could find a great way of managing your emotional lack of control and self-harming tendencies? Do you think there is nothing upon the face of this world that can help you overcome your internal demons and the inordinate stress that causes you?Then this audiobook is what squarely addresses your concerns.You need to look no further than this masterfully created tome about dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) that helps address all things concerning mental health issues - anxiety, suicidal and self-destructive behaviors, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, and so on. It contains everything you need to know about dialectical behavioral therapy - what it is and how it can help you. It explains how you can overcome your problems by holistically addressing the source and by accepting who you are and working with that to create a better you. It makes you understand and believe you can yourself change your emotionally volatile personality and bring peace, stability, and progress in your life.Here is what you will learn:

Understand what mindfulness is.
Understand what acceptance is.
Understand distress tolerance.
Understand how to regulate emotion.

Desarrollo personal
Mark Norman
h min
10 de enero
Kevin Walker