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To forgive that person who has hurt and betrayed us is a difficult decision to make – and even more difficult is to follow through with that decision. Not being able to forgive may result in negative emotional experiences such as anger, frustration, resentment, and depression. “How Can I Forgive You?” introduces a fresh and original approach to take on this challenge. The book begins with an introduction to the forgiveness concept and presents it as a choice, not a requirement. The readers are then taken through the different types of forgiveness and acceptance. This book is a practical guide and companion for your journey to forgiveness.
“How to Achieve a Healthy vs. Addictive Relationship” explains the difference between enjoying love and relationships compared to the extreme need and drive to have a relationship. Dr. Exner asks listeners to examine their own relationships for jealousy and self-sacrificing behaviors and to identify desperation demands (“I must be loved and they must love me.”).
Aging is a process that begins the day we were born. The principles and attitudes described in this lecture are applicable to people of all ages, not just the elderly. In the course of listening to this live recording of Dr. Ellis, you will have the opportunity to take a fresh and rational look at the aging process – its advantages, yes advantages, as well as its disadvantages. The effects of aging on the various aspects of your life will be examined and explored, including health, relationships, fears and limitations. As always, the lecture is filled with real-life examples, illustrations, and humor.
In this informative and enlightening CD, Dr. Albert Ellis says that demandingness of the self, others and the world around us is the key to perfectionism. He provides clues for how you can determine if you are perfectionist, and discusses the specific origins of perfectionism. Learn how perfectionism and its related irrational beliefs are associated with emotions such as anxiety, depression, and anger, as well as behaviors such as procrastination, indecision, and avoidance of social situations. You can strive to be your personal best, while being gentle on yourself, with the help of Dr. Ellis’ strategies for working against perfectionistic thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
In this audio CD, Dr. Albert Ellis discusses some of the commonalities that often cause individuals to be unhappy. He argues that as humans, we are both biologically and sociologically prone to ways of thinking and behaving that block us from being happy. When human beings experience unhappiness, they often look for causes that are exclusively external (undesirable aspects life), and are not aware that there are also internal causes (irrational thought processes) for their unhappiness.
Effective methods to help you cope better when frustrated, and assert yourself without overreacting.
5 oz (CD056)
“How to Control Your Anger Before It Controls You” is a terrific resource for both professionals and individuals interested in the application of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to anger problems. By presenting important reasons and case examples that illustrate the grim costs of anger, readers are persuaded anger reduction will lead to more healthy physical and psychological outcomes.
Helps you control your anxiety in social, job, sex/love, performance, and other situations.
In “How to Deal with Difficult People,” Dr. Ellis describes the difficult people that we have to deal with in life, and explains how to manage them. The listener learns that when they become enraged and upset by difficult people, they are letting these difficult people upset them. The ABC’s of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) are reviewed. The activating event (A) being the difficult person, and unhealthy emotional consequence (C) being intense anger or sadness.
“How to Develop Self-Confidence and a Positive Self-Image Permanently and Forever”is an interactive audio program that provides individuals with a way to develop self-confidence by identifying and challenging self-defeating beliefs and attitudes. Dr. Michael Broder explains how negative beliefs and attitudes contribute to low self-confidence and challenges listeners to aim toward total self-acceptance as a way to develop a positive self-image.
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