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Feel calm and happy with 50 easy exercises. Here is the antidote to the clamour and strain of everyday living, a means of breaking the vicious cycle of stress. This book offers instant and effective ways to slow down and find some serenity - wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Drawing on a wide range of proven psychological techniques, cognitive behavioural therapy and emotional brain training, Love Your Self Calm will help you find some inner peace in a noisy world. The perfect size to keep in your bag or pocket, this guide is designed to be a tool that you keep close by. Full of quick and easy solutions, discover within: How to bring harmony into your every day Why you need to be good to yourself andhow to start today Step-by-step exercises for finding calm on your busiest day, no matter where you are Expert, resilience-building tricks that inspire clarity, reduce anxiety and resolve triggers The key to beginning and ending your day calmly The Love Your Self series is designed to help you achieve well-being and feel full of life. Look out for the other titles in the Love Your Self series: Pause, Energy, Sleep.
|Publication date:||7th January 2020|
|Publisher:||White Lion Publishing|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice, Coping with stress, Mind, body, spirit: meditation & visualisation,|
Dr. Arlene Unger is a California-based clinical psychologist and wellness coach, with thirty years of experience in the field. In her busy practice, The Empowerment Center, she emphasises the need to find life balance - and to let go of the judgment and self-criticism that can hold us back. She blends clinical expertise with her intuition and imagination, treating people face-to-face but also specialising in online coaching and counselling. She uses a wide range of therapeutic tools, including Mindfulness, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Emotional Brain Training.More About Arlene Unger