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Our emotions, regardless of how much strength we have learned to give to them, can be brought down, deconstructed and reshaped. We just have to learn how to give our knee-jerk response to emotional stimuli less strength - less of a jerk. To do that we must reinvent the way we think and behave. Learn the no-nonsense style of emotional problem solving, learn to use a process of level-headed decision -making, become more efficient, flexible and open-minded when addressing emotional problems.
All of your emotional consequences, regardless of how much strength you've given them, can be brought down, deconstructed and reshaped. You will just have to learn how to give your knee-jerk response to emotional stimuli less strength - less of a jerk, if you will. In order to do that you will have to commit to reinventing the way you think and behave. You will approach that task by accepting and then adapting to a no-nonsense style of emotional problem solving. You will learn and use a process of level-headed decision-making. You will try to become more efficient, flexible and open-minded when addressing our emotional problems. You will learn that there is always another emotional option. You will learn to make fact-based observations, something most of us are unfamiliar with doing. You will also incorporate in vivo (in life) exposure, i.e., homework, to encourage you to independently act against your learned thoughts and behaviors.
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The bestselling author of Blindsided, Richard M. Cohen spent three years chronicling the lives of five diverse "citizens of sickness": Denise, who suffers from ALS; Buzz, whose Christian faith helps him deal with his non-Hodgkin's lymphoma; Sarah, a determined young woman with Crohn's disease; Ben, a college student with muscular dystrophy; and Larry, whose bipolar disorder is hidden within. Differing in age and gender, race and economic status, all five are determined to live life on their own terms. In Strong at the Broken Places, Cohen shares these inspirational and revealing stories, which offer lessons for us all—–on self-determination, on courage in the face of adversity and public ignorance, on keeping hope alive. We are all strong at the broken places—stronger than we think.
My name is John Dunne, first son of Alison Dunne, the first person to ‘cross’ in our family. In fact the only person to ‘cross’ in our family, that is until I, John ‘crossed’ over to the other side of this world and what a world it is, this ‘other’ side. Terrifying? Yes sometimes. Beautiful . . . yes sometimes. Beautiful terrifying and exhilarating and deadly all at the same time? Yes. Yes. Yes. We in this family are only a few of the many thousands that can cross over. Some of us however have that extra gift that allows us to go that one step further than most. I can and so can my half brother Michael Mac Coy. He is in fact only four years old and can do almost anything he sets his mind to. Of course being so young my mother Ali, his father Jason and I and our many friends have to keep a close eye on him at all times as he can disappear and reappear at will. To be totally honest that kid is a right old pain in the ass, every time one turns around he is in your face. We fight evil wherever we find it even it is within ourselves. I have met many a poor soul from this world and the other and I have stored their stories in a room somewhere at the back of my mind. Most of the time they stay there and are very scary and off putting but every now and then like one or two of the funnier ones suddenly spring to mind. Just to show you that it is not always doom and gloom but life as you well know can be quite hilarious at times. I would like to pass one of these stories on to you if I may? You may or not be interested but I have got to tell them to someone and sure it might as well be you.
Most of us aren't prepared to take action, when our lives are suddenly falling apart. We often feel like victims of our own circumstances; powerless. If you've lost a job, just ended a relationship or if you find yourself going through a period of uncertainty, improved emotional intelligence can help make that journey more manageable. There are times when we simply have to tear down the old, so we can build anew. Now may be the time to move toward the emotional life you've wanted, but were never sure where to begin. Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. It is generally said to include three skills: 1. Emotional awareness, including the ability to identify your own emotions and those of others; 2. The ability to harness emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problems solving; 3. The ability to manage emotions, including the ability to regulate your own emotions, and the ability to help another person regulate their own. The Force of Will can provide readers with the essential skills for improving emotional intelligence, leading to a more stable and rewarding emotional life."People are not disturbed by things; they are disturbed by their view of things" Epictetus. Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Some researchers suggest that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened, while others claim it is an inborn characteristic. EI has been defined as, "the subset of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one's own and others' feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and to use this information to guide one's thinking and actions." "The Force of Will" hopes to provide readers with methods for improving emotional intelligence by offering cognitive skill building techniques, thereby helping to create a less self-defeating and more enriching experience when experiencing emotion. PLEASE LEAVE AN AMAZON REVIEW. Each of my readers is important to me and can contribute to improving my products through their generous feedback. Your comments are very important to me. Please email me at [email protected] if you have questions about your reading experience or if I can help in some way. Or visit my webpage at redistiurb.com Michael Cornwall, PsyD PhD is an author, lecturer, clinical supervisor, educator and a therapist in private practice specializing in emotion intelligence / rational emotive behavior (EI / REBT) therapy. He is the author of Go Suck a Lemon: Strategies for Improving Your Emotional Intelligence available in paperback, Kindle and audiobook formats. He is the author of The Force of Will: Reflections on Emotional Intelligence Theory and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Using Articulated Disputation. Other books by Michael Cornwall include (fiction) Bananas: A Collection of Modern Short Stories, (fiction) Overheard Cubed.
My book is about helping people to be more informed about their everyday lives doing every day things. It's mostly common sense and advice. I've written about the many things that I have encountered in my life of eighty plus years. We all have good times and bad times, and we must accept them, adjust to them, and go on. There's always hope. Remember, the sun is always shining somewhere. I hope this book will help you to improve your life. Please enjoy reading it.

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