You find yourself facing a painful situation, but don’t you have the emotional resources to overcome it?
Expectations have been placed upon you, to fight against pain and difficult situations and conquer them.
Unfortunately, you have fallen into a trap.
Pain, anger, fear, sadness and shame are notoriously difficult emotions to manage as they have been forged by nature to protect us.
Fighting these emotions with the so-called wisdom that you have received only makes the situation worse – chances are that you have not even noticed this, as you have misplaced your faith in such ‘wisdom’.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) focusses on the problem of human suffering, but it also deals with much deeper matters. It addresses the understanding of human suffering as an important factor in realising a good life. This new form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) asks important questions such as “What is my real purpose in life?”
YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK IF YOU HAVE SUFFERED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING IN THE LAST 3 MONTHS:
Anxiety, depression or anger.Intense or uncontrollable emotional explosions.Instability in interpersonal relationships and self-esteem.Concerns about abandonment.Feeling desperately misunderstood.Feelings of helplessness and despair.Self-harm and notions of suicide.
We can do something about human suffering when we become aware of the cycle and learn how to respond differently to our pain.
Stop living someone else's life now and learn to break the vicious cycle of suffering.