To be confident, a person must walk a path to freedom, arriving at a place called Emotional Maturity. The people you will meet there are competent high-achievers. Cheerful and calm, they are free of anxiety and depression.They will welcome you, for they are not shy. When annoyed, they will set a good example with their straightforward honesty. They play the game of life with a Winning Hand, and you can join them if you make the journey.
--from Complete Confidence
Would your life be easier if you had more confidence? Do you habitually think of yourself as stupid, fat, old, ugly, or a loser? Do you use antidepressants, food, alcohol, or other substitutes to mute your negative feelings? Do immature emotions like guilt, shame, and self-pity prevent you from living every day to the fullest?
Dr. Sheenah Hankin, renowned psychotherapist, points the way to a confident life free from self-criticism, anxiety, and immature anger. This handbook will teach you new ways of thinking and acting, and you will learn to retrain your brain to manage your emotions and put your problems into perspective.
Complete Confidence makes a big promise, and Dr. Sheenah Hankin is poised to deliver. During her twenty-plus years as a full-time psychotherapist, she has helped hundreds of clients with the Winning Hand of Comfort: a clear and concise prescription for dealing with everyday situations, from resolving conflicts to ending unhealthy habits like overeating, complaining, and procrastinating. The five simple steps of the Winning Hand will teach you how to calm down, clarify your thinking, challenge your blame habit, comfort your negative feelings, and achieve confidence.
Free of psychobabble, and full of thought-provoking quizzes and clear advice, Complete Confidence gives you all that you need to fulfill your potential and face life's challenges.
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Sheenah Hankin, Ph.D., was named by the New York Times Magazine as one of New York's most popular psychotherapists. The codeveloper of Cognitive Appraisal Therapy, she received her graduate training in counseling from Aston University in Birmingham, England. She is the coauthor of Succeeding with Difficult Clients and has been featured as an expert on personality and confidence on national television and in publications, including the New York Times, Newsweek, Vogue, Redbook, Elle, Allure, O, and the New York Post. Dr. Hankin has conducted workshops all over North America and Europe. She lives in New York City with her husband, Dr. Richard Wessler.
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Book Description William Morrow, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0060096470
Book Description William Morrow, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110060096470