Beverly D. Flaxington is a Psychology Today blogger, hypnotherapist, personal and career coach, business development expert, and bestselling author. She cofounded The Collaborative, a sales and marketing consultancy that provides strategic and tactical support to help client firms and individuals reach higher levels of effectiveness and meet their goals. Flaxington has also been featured by several media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, Lifetime television, Newsweek.com, Reader's Digest, and FoxNews.com. You can visit her websites at TheHumanBehaviorCoach.com and understandingotherpeople.com.
Self-Talk for a Calmer You: Learn how to use positive self-talk to control anxiety and live a happier, more relaxed lifeby Beverly Flaxington
Every day, millions of people struggle with anxious thoughts and feelings of dread, but you don't have to be one of them. With Self-Talk for a Calmer You, you can change the way you approach your worries and finally break free from the tight grip of anxiety. Filled with practical advice and positive/i>/b>
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Powerful techniques for managing your anxiety!
Every day, millions of people struggle with anxious thoughts and feelings of dread, but you don't have to be one of them. With Self-Talk for a Calmer You, you can change the way you approach your worries and finally break free from the tight grip of anxiety. Filled with practical advice and positive self-talk scripts, this empowering guide provides a variety of strategies for dealing with uneasy thoughts in a constructive manner and moving past detrimental hangups. Complete with quick assessments that reveal anxiety triggers, you'll also learn how to create a self-talk plan that fits your needs.
From the workplace to personal relationships, Self-Talk for a Calmer You gives you the tools and confidence to develop a healthier way of thinking, overcome stressful situations, and reclaim your life.
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This book includes a bunch of practical tips on how to cope with anxiety and stress using modern psychological methods. (What the author calls "self-talk" is similar to emotion labeling.) My experience with psychotherapy, though, has brought little, if any, results. Sadly, there are very few alternatives out there. Speaking of alternatives, a few months ago, I bought a book Secret Techniques for Controlling Sadness, Anger, Anxiety, and Other Emotions by Vlad Koros, which is written as a step-by-step guide through an old Taoist method, and it seems very effective. I tried only some of the techniques with mixed results, but it made me understand myself on an entirely new level, and that was helpful. I recommend both these books, but for different reasons.