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Publisher Description

How to Press Ahead (and Should You?) When All Is Wrong

As much as we'd like to avoid suffering in life, all of us will occasionally face earth-shattering hardships. You might be dealing with one now, or perhaps your friend or a loved one is, or maybe you'd just like to prepare yourself for when one inevitably occurs in your life. Self-Discipline in Difficult Times is the right book for you if you want to learn how to press ahead as your world turns upside down.

Some of the topics I discuss in the book include:

- in which situations self-help advice helps and in which you should stay away from it,

- how to avoid making a bad situation worse when you're under too much pressure,

- how to take care of yourself during difficult times without sabotaging your long-term goals,

- how to begin the process of recovery with three fundamental strategies,

- how to prepare yourself for inevitable future crises with an uncomfortable, but effective practice,

- how to help a friend struggling with a crisis.

Mental resilience is our most important tool for surviving a rupture. This book can give you some hope and comfort that you're not alone in whatever you're facing.

Health & Well-Being
April 30
Meadows Publishing

Customer Reviews

Hann174 ,

Thoughtful short read

Another thoughtful short read from Martin. A timely reminder to put some space between yourself and the problem before making big decisions, to get our of your comfort zone and look for the positives once you’re able. ~I received a free advanced reader copy of this book.

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