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Self-Compassion Workbook

Summary

Some humans, which includes your pals whom you’ve recognized for a long time, may be parasites. These parasites suck out your electricity and happiness or even your resources. So, what makes a person a "right" individual you could spend some time with? What are the blessings of surrounding yourself with self-disciplined humans?

©2020 Stewart W. Hanton (P)2020 Stewart W. Hanton

Narrator: Ross Pipkin
Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins
Available on Audible
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Attachment Theory: Guide Focused on Emotions

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Do you want to learn how to manage and overcome anxiety, jealousy, and conflicts and develop emotional intelligence and empathy in your relationships and with your family? If you want to build lasting relationships and understand your attachment in your relationships, then continue reading. Insecurities are triggered by actions and will produce powerful and painful emotions. These emotions decide how we behave, and behavior is one of the elements that influence a relationship. Build stronger relationships with strategies grounded in attachment theory. Attachment theory explores the different ways we develop connections with others. If you’re searching for a way to create stronger, healthier, and more authentic relationships with the people you love, this audiobook can help. It’s your guide to understanding your own attachment style and to improve honesty, intimacy, and communication with your partner, family, or close friends. Here is what this audiobook can offer you: A strong foundation - understand the basics and learn the different styles and patterns of attachment theory Self-awareness - find out how your attachment style can affect your relationship with other people Action plan - learn the tools you need to reprogram your values through real solutions that you can apply in your daily life And much more If you want to bring a positive change in your life, understand and apply the audiobook's solutions. This way, you’ll be able to create stable and lasting relationships. It’s important to consider the similarities between adult conduct and childhood experiences to promote closeness and intimacy in all relationships. This audiobook blends conventional teachings to provide you the necessary tools to understand your subconscious patterns. Buy this audiobook now!

©2020 Stewart W. Hanton (P)2021 Stewart W. Hanton

Narrator: Ross Pipkin
Length: 3 hrs and 6 mins
Available on Audible
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Attachment Style

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Why are your relationships impacting your happiness? Discover how to identify who is right for you and how to heal your wounds. If you want to build lasting relationships and understand attachment theory and how it plays a role in your relationships, then pay attention. Build powerful current and future relationships by understanding your past. Attachment Style combines traditional teachings with knowledge of subconscious patterns to provide powerful tools for powerful change. To improve closeness and intimacy in all relationships, it is important first to understand adult behavior and childhood experiences. Unworked or incorrect dysfunctional attachment models can lead us to make poor emotional choices or enter into dysfunctional and unstable relationships characterized by violence, oppression, or submission. Human relationships can give rise to the constant presence of a fear of abandonment, associated with control behaviors, a continuous search for reassurance, emotional hypervigilance, and sometimes even emotional blackmail. You will learn the tools needed to reprogram the beliefs causing suffering in your life and relationships. You will learn: Discover your styles - dismissive-avoidant, fearful-avoidant, anxious attachment, and secure attachment The best methods of change - RAIN (Recognition, Acceptance, Investigation, Non-Identification) Past and present - learn how through new techniques of attachment theory How you’ll begin to reprogram your subconscious mind To reclaim access to your inner resources and spiritual nature With a firm understanding of attachment theory, you’ll be on your way to healthier relationships. If you want to bring a positive change in your life, understand and apply the book's solutions. This way, you’ll be able to create stable and lasting relationships. Scroll up, click on "Buy Now", and get your copy now!

©2020 Stewart W Hanton (P)2021 Stewart W Hanton

Narrator: Ross Pipkin
Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
Available on Audible
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Act and Self-Compassion Workbook: 2 Books in 1

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Two-in-one bundle: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Self-Compassion Workbook Have you been finding it hard to stop punishing yourself with negative thoughts about yourself and situations around you and accepting yourself unconditionally? Do you ever feel like you’re losing a battle against anxiety, often wish you were more self-compassionate, happier, and emotionally intelligent and are looking for a guide that could help you achieve just that and more? If you’ve answered "yes", keep reading.... You are about to discover a highly effective approach to combating anxiety, negative thinking, self-blame, guilt, lack of self-compassion, and other negative emotions and unhealthy ways of thinking that have been making you unhappy and unfulfilled in life! Whether or not it’s because you fear that you might not change, improve or grow unless you “push” yourself with criticism, negativity, and lack of acceptance, the attitude is likely to cause more harm than good in the long run, and I bet you’ve seen the signs already. Unfortunately, for someone so used to beating themselves up, it isn’t easy to practice self-compassion. You might have tried it many times but failed. In that case, you need nothing less than a powerful, tested, and proven therapy technique that was created with a person just like you in mind. I’m talking about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. It is exactly what you need to accept yourself, overcome self-criticism, be self-compassionate, and find happiness. But what is ACT really all about? How does it work? How does it look like in practice? How do you get started? How can you start the journey to becoming more self-compassionate and not get lost on the way? What are the dos and don’ts when building self-compassion? To answer these and other similar questions is this amazing beginners’ two-in-one audiobook. It is meant to practically show you how to make that important emotional turnaround effortlessly and painlessly, so keep reading! More precisely, it will teach you: What ACT means and what its objectives are The meaning of mindfulness and how its approaches differ from ACT Why ACT is more beneficial than CBT The core processes in ACT and how to use them for your benefit How to develop willingness and acceptance How to treat anxiety with ACT How to get started with ACT with important exercises What self-compassion is and what it involves How to cope with negativity The benefits of having self-compassion How to cope with a negative mind and events, forgive yourself and overcome failure How to create and dominate emotions How to balance your emotions How to become self-compassionate in simple steps The amount of power your thoughts and creative visualization have How to recognize your anxiety How to fight anxiety like a true warrior How to repel anxiety with useful daily techniques How to transform your anxiety for a better life And much more! Are you ready to renew your mind and be peaceful and happier? Are you ready to enjoy the benefits of self-compassion and acceptance, such as better relationships, better goal achievement, and better overall fulfillment in life, even if you’ve tried to do it your way but failed countless times? Are you ready to cast that anxiety once and for all? Buy this audiobook now to get started

©2020 Stewart W. Hanton (P)2021 Stewart W. Hanton

Narrator: Ross Pipkin
Length: 5 hrs and 7 mins
Available on Audible
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

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Are you still struggling with negative thoughts despite trying to consciously change your thoughts so that you can be more positive and less toxic? Do you often feel anxious and can’t seem to find an effective solution and are tired of fighting against your mind and feeling helpless? If you’ve answered yes, keep reading... You are about to discover exactly how to put an end to your struggles by leveraging the power of acceptance and commitment therapy! Imagine what you’d feel like when you are free from anxiety, when you are comfortable with things as they are, and when you accept your way into a life that fits perfectly with your values! Imagine how it would feel like to be your authentic self rather than reacting negatively or fearfully against things around you. That does require quite a level of psychological flexibility, doesn’t it? Yes, it does, and that’s exactly what the acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is all about and what it can help you to achieve! Yes, ACT builds in your acceptance, commitment, and mindfulness that collectively assist you in accepting all the realities of life and accept thoughts for what they are. If you are particularly the kind that never manages to stop trying to avoid life’s problems only to end up with anxiety, the ACT therapy is exactly what you need. You might have questions like: How do you get started with ACT? What does the therapy look like in practice? Is it the same as CBT? Is it something I can practice alone? Is it safe? If such questions sound familiar, then you are exactly where you need to be right now. This simple beginners’ book will help you understand what ACT is in detail and answer the rest of the questions to give you a vivid understanding of what to expect and how to get started with the therapy for long-term success. More precisely, you’ll learn: What ACT means and what it aims to help you achieve How different ACT is from CBT What mindfulness refers to, and why it matters in your journey to using ACT Why ACT is better than the traditional CBT The six core processes of ACT and how to make the most of them How to develop willingness and acceptance to seeing progress in overcoming anxiety How to treat anxiety with ACT The important ACT exercises to expect in the therapy And much more! Are you ready to learn how to commit to working with your issues head-on and moving closer to your difficult feelings instead of risking anxiety by stuffing them away? Are you ready to experience a new you who isn’t affected by anxiety at all in just five weeks? If you are, then one simple action is all you need to get started, even if you feel stuck right now! Scroll up and click "buy now" to get started!

©2020 Stewart W. Hanton (P)2020 Stewart W. Hanton

Narrator: Ross Pipkin
Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
Available on Audible