Dr. Judith Siegel, author of the audiobook “Stop Overreacting: Effective Strategies for Calming Your Emotions,” offers practical techniques to help us learn how to calm emotional memories. These techniques can be used in times of stress or pain to side-step your anxiety and stay in the present moment.
Are your emotions causing you anxiety? Emotions can be quite beneficial, but sometimes, emotions can have unwanted consequences, especially when they cause us fear or anxiety. Today, Psychologist Dr. David Klemanski, author of the audiobook “Don’t Let Your Anxiety Run Your Life,” talks about the latest and most effective techniques available to reduce and eliminate anxiety, including how to overcome anxiety with mindfulness.
Today we’re sharing an excerpt from the audiobook “Stop Overreacting: Effective Strategies for Calming Your Emotions,” written by marriage and family therapist Dr. Judith Siegel. When a powerful emotion overcomes us, our first response may be to run away from the experience through numbing, shutting down, looking for distractions, or becoming angry. However, calming emotions can be achieved by identifying and naming the emotion which can stimulate the left-brain, right-brain circuits and help us to stop overreacting and start feeling in control. This audiobook helps you identify your emotional triggers, discover a new way of processing impulsive thoughts and feelings, and learn how to neutralize overwhelming emotions and choose healthy responses instead of flying off the handle.
If your emotions repeatedly overwhelm you, you may be an emotionally sensitive person. Today we’re sharing a helpful except from the popular audiobook “The Emotionally Sensitive Person: Finding Peace When Your Emotions Overwhelm You,” written by psychologist Dr. Kayrn Hall. Dr. Hall will introduce you to the audiobook and offer a series of questions to help you determine if you are an emotionally sensitive person.
When you have difficulty managing your emotions, it can feel like you’re losing control of your whole life. Anger, hurt, grief, worry, and other intense feelings can be overwhelming, and how you react to these emotions can impact your ability to maintain relationships, succeed at work, or even think straight! If you find it difficult to understand, express, and process intense emotions—and most of us do—we have some helpful information from the popular audiobook “Calming the Emotional Storm: Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Manage & Balance Your Life” by Sheri Van Dijk.
Today we’re sharing an excerpt from the popular audiobook “The Power of Focusing: A Practical Guide to Emotional Self-Healing.” Focusing is a gentle yet powerful self-awareness technique that lets you tap into your body’s wisdom and make positive changes in your life. It is the process of listening to your body in a gentle, accepting way, honoring the wisdom that you have inside you, and hearing the messages that your inner self is sending you.