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Dealing With Negative Emotions
Manage Anger, Blame, Jealousy, Tantrums and Relationship Issues

by John Smale
If you have problems with anger, blame, jealousy, tantrums and relationship issues then your behaviour shocks others. It means that help is needed to convert your life into one that is acceptable to you AND the significant people in your life. Emotional baggage is a heavy load to carry. It can ruin lives because it weighs down on us and it sits in our heads from time to time, or to nearly all the time. How much can you transform? How much do you want to change for the better and how serious are you about the effort you will put in? Some people keep their junk or baggage and never attempt to discard it or recycle it. It is difficult to understand why they do that. Happiness is based on the removal of those negative feelings we can have. As you are reading this, then in all probability you want to change how your life is at the moment. This book will help you to do just that. When you put stuff in your trash can you just forget about it. It will be scrapped or recycled into something useful. There is the clue. Get rid of your personal rubbish whether it is causing a bad relationship or bad thoughts about yourself. Perhaps they make you feel depressed. Then you can rebuild your life and recycle your emotions and attitudes into something useful and which will enhance your life. The suggestions, tips and metaphors in this book will show you how to recycle yourself and turn out to be new and sparkling, shiny and clean. WE cannot rationalise emotional problems we have to use emotion to put out the fire and to recycle our feelings from bad to good. Rationalising is passing the buck to a huge extent. Blame the drink, blame the other person for making you angry or upset. Blame your mother or father, blame anything you want that appears to let us off the hook. It wasn't me, it was something else, BUT perhaps it was you, after all. If somebody else starts an argument, then we need to defuse it rather than throw petrol on the fire. WE want happy lives, but all too often we do or say things that make us and other people unhappy. Please follow the paths in this book that have worked with many people that the author has treated over many years as a therapist.

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500 Tips for a Happy and Healthy Marriage
by Tania Lestal

Get the most out of your marriage. Falling in love is easy. Staying in love and maintaining a deeply satisfying long term relationship is often the challenging part. Marriage is not supposed to be difficult but sometimes it may appear to be that way if we’ve no idea what to do. Poor role models, lack of experience, unrealistic expectations and erroneous belief systems all impact negatively on a marriage and create unnecessary problems. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can get it right. 500 Tips for a Happy and Healthy Marriage offers practical points which are simple and easy to apply to help you get the most out of your marriage. Sharing your life with the person you love should be the most amazing experience of your life. You don’t want to jeopardise it but we often do when faced with life’s other stresses. The heartaches that two people can inflict upon each other are often entirely unintentional but the hurt and disappointment felt as a result is no less damaging. 500 Tips for a Happy and Healthy Marriage will illustrate that the key to a strong and lasting marriage is togetherness i.e. sharing a life that is fully integrated where you simply take good care of each other. To love is to value therefore you should make it a top priority to do the things which you know make each other happy. Be vigilant. It’s the little things you do on a regular basis, not the big things you do once in a while, that make a marriage last.

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Don't Cut Your Hair
by Lin McAllister

How to cope with separation and divorce. “If you are reading this book then you have most probably been left. I have tried to find words that could encapsulate the collision of emotions that have been described when a human being encounters when they are told that the relationship is over, whether they expected it or not. It may have come as a relief, but there is that moment, no matter how amicable the separation is, when the front door closes and each of you are on different sides; he on one with his bag and you on the other with the children.”

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Attack Panic Attacks. Be free to live your life: How to beat anxiety, anger, IBS, insomnia, phobias, stress and panic
by John Smale

IF YOU SUFFER FROM PANIC ATTACKS, ANXIETY, STRESS, PHOBIAS, IBS, INSOMNIA, FEAR OR ANGER THEN THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU. Why? Because it was written by a successful therapist, John Smale, who has improved the lives of thousands of people. Sometimes life can seem dark and without meaning. Perhaps now is the time for you to make that all important transformation. This is life changing therapy at its best. This book helps you by providing solutions. PLUS How to find Contentment and Happiness in your life. An essential guide to a better and more fulfilling life is included in this new volume.
The book shows you how to do three simple things to get control back into your life. The methods and techniques described have helped many people to overcome their own anxiety problems. They will help you. The approach is sensible and practical. The adrenaline rush, or fight-or-flight response, was needed for survival in hostile territory thousands of years ago. We can bring a natural counter-system into operation by changing our breathing, posture and the language we use for speaking and thinking.

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Tears and Fears

Help, Advice and Discussion for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse, Sex Trafficking, Date Rape, Internet Predators, Chat Rooms and Paedophiles
by Wilma Davidson

Author Wilma Davidson was born in Scotland and has three children and five grandchildren. Accordingly she can well understand a parent's concern for the safety of their children. Wilma is the author of several books and is one of the UK's experts on Dowsing. She has been a Healer and a Therapist for twenty years and during that period has helped many patients to deal with the trauma of sexual abuse. After realising that sex abuse was a very big subject, Wilma's experience in this field encouraged her to write Tears and Fears. The book offers support to the many victims in different parts of the World who need help and understanding to find the strength to cope with memories of the trauma. Her compassion shines through this book and many readers will feel she is a Helpline in their time of need. REVIEW A big thank you to Wilma Davidson who has given us a guide book which is filling a huge gap in the bookshelves. Tears and Fears offers the reader, in many countries, information on a range of subjects related to sex abuse. Whether the reader is a victim of sexual abuse, a date rape, an anxious parent concerned about chat-room paedophiles or sexting, there are chapters on all of those subjects. This well researched book includes chapters on sexually transmitted diseases, depression, guilt, self-harm, suicide and post traumatic stress, where the victim will find advice and reassurance. Tears and Fears includes an extensive list of helplines and contact details for charities and organisations who offer support in several languages.

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The Porn Plague

The truth about how porn hurts the minds of teenagers.
by Wilma Davidson

This remarkable book is filling an enormous gap in the market; it is crammed full of helpful information for parents, teachers and teenagers. The Porn Plague includes chapters on pornography, sexual deviations, genital surgery, anal bleaching, gang rape, forced prostitution, trafficking of children and teenagers, sexting and advice for parents, so will be a welcomed addition to the bookshelf. The Porn Plague is truly a trail blazer and the first book to be published which takes the lid off the subject of pornography by revealing the world wide scale of this industry and its harmful health effects on the minds of children and teenagers. Here is investigative journalism at its best. Wilma gives us an unbiased look at previously uncovered ground, showing that the time is right to expose the taboo which for too long has been behind closed doors.

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Self-Applied Hypnotherapy and NLP Solutions for Weight Control
by John Smale

We need to address the issues of weight and shape from a different perspective to that of counting calories and fad diets. We need to use the natural resources that we have. We are able to control our body shapes rather than provoking the responses that work against them. By working with our inherent systems, we can encourage weight loss in the medium to longer term. This book shows you how to lose weight and keep it off by changing the unconscious processes that control our body-shape blueprint. The body-shape blueprint is exactly what it sounds like. Throughout human history our bodies and minds have worked together to establish and maintain the body shapes that optimise our chances of survival. The most variable factor in this body-shaping is the amount of fat that is stored. In addition to helping you to change your shape the book also explains many myths and fallacies about weight control: Why calorie counting does not help. Why dieting can be counter-productive. Why mothers put on weight. Why mothers finish food left on their children's' plates. Why men and women store fat in different bodily locations. Why grandparents put on weight. Why we comfort eat. Why overweight people are often fast eaters.

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