Rejoining Joy: Volume 3 Emotions

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The third volume of the book series deals with negative emotions, such as worry and sadness, and specific emotional problems, such as drinking or dealing with pain. The volume moves from these negative and most basic emotions to positive ones, for it concludes with chapters on love and motivation, in particular. The main theme of this volume is that we can use emotions to our advantage, that emotions color all our activities, and that we can control. Them when they are negative. This third book in the book series...
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Overview

The third volume of the book series deals with negative emotions, such as worry and sadness, and specific emotional problems, such as drinking or dealing with pain. The volume moves from these negative and most basic emotions to positive ones, for it concludes with chapters on love and motivation, in particular. The main theme of this volume is that we can use emotions to our advantage, that emotions color all our activities, and that we can control. Them when they are negative. This third book in the book series concludes with a chapter on rewriting the stories that we tell about ourselves so that they are more positive.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781897478035
  • Publisher: Rejoining Joy Publishing Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.57 (d)

Meet the Author

Gerald Young, Ph.D., C. Psych., is a university professor, researcher, and clinician. He teaches in the Psychology Department of Glendon College, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He also gives continuing education workshops to other psychologists. His practice focuses on rehabilitation and on family/ couple counseling. He has published five research books, as sole author or as first co-author. In particular, they have been in the areas of psychological injury and law and of human development. He edits a journal called Psychological Injury and Law, and is the president of the nonprofit society that houses it (www.asapil.net). He has appeared in court about his cases. He writes a blog for Psychology Today called Rejoining Joy, and has written a self-help book series called Rejoining Joy. There are eight books in the series, and they cover destressing, emotions, and daily living, in particular.

On the personal side, Dr. Young enjoys his family, including his grandchildren. Also, he enjoys activities such as photography, drawing, reading, poetry, working out, and basketball. Simply put, he likes to express himself and to help others become themselves.

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