Jealousy In Relationship: A Guide to Reducing Anxiety, Removing Jealousy, and Overcoming Codependency (Paperback)
Please keep in mind that you are not alone in your fight with unpleasant emotions and experiences if you are feeling depressed, nervous, angry, worried, confused, disappointed, disturbed, or ashamed. Everyone occasionally feels emotionally distressed. It's typical. But when the suffering becomes intolerable, it's time to make that crucial first move toward recovery.
This fifth edition of Thoughts and Feelings has been completely revised and updated, and it offers 20 evidence-based strategies that you can combine in any way to develop your own unique treatment plan for a variety of mental health issues, such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, low self-esteem, anger, and any kind of emotional or behavioural difficulties. Make adjustments to your strategy to tackle several issues at once or troubleshoot the thoughts and emotions that give you the most trouble.
This workbook is intended for any jealously sufferer who wants to swiftly gain a handle on their problem and escape the pit of jealousy and possessiveness. It draws insights from cognitive behavioural therapy, cutting-edge psychological research, as well as ancient Buddhist and Stoic philosophy.
Zachary Stockill, a renowned coach and author, created The Overcoming Jealousy Workbook over a long period of time after conducting endless research and conducting thousands of consultations and coaching calls with jealousy sufferers. This workbook is effective for ANY jealousy sufferer, regardless of their level of jealousy or whether they are aware that their jealousy is unreasonable.
With the help of this workbook, you will be able to: * understand exactly what's working and what isn't in your current relationship; * identify your key "sticking points" when it comes to your jealousy; * gain perspective on significant past experiences, such as dating and growing up, and how they relate to your jealousy; * learn new mindfulness and awareness techniques to improve your ability to stay present and deal with jealousy "triggers;" and * act as your own "therapist," diggin
The Overcoming Jealousy Workbook can be used as a stand-alone project or as a supplement to another personal development book or programme. It will aid anyone who experiences jealousy in understanding the causes of their feelings and, more importantly, the steps that must be taken to move past them and save and strengthen their relationship.
You may start developing more insight, perspective, and control over your envy with as little as ten to fifteen minutes every day.
Even if you think there's "no hope" for someone like you, even if your jealousy is acute or severe, you may soon start to feel the great liberation of conquering jealously and possessiveness in your relationship with this workbook serving as a guide.