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How to stubbornly refuse to make yourself miserable about anything--yes, anything!

Author: Albert Ellis
Publisher: Secaucus, NJ : Lyle Stuart, ©1988.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Ellis
ISBN: 0818404566 9780818404566
OCLC Number: 35553979
Description: 215 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Why is this book different from other self-help books? --
Can you really refuse to make yourself miserable about anything? --
Can scientific thinking remove your emotional misery? --
How to think scientifically about yourself, other people, and your life conditions --
Why the usual kinds of insight won't help you overcome your emotional problems --
Insight no. 1: making yourself fully aware of your appropriate and inappropriate feelings --
Insight no. 2: you control your emotional destiny --
Insight no. 3: the tyranny of the shoulds --
Insight no. 4: forget your "Godawful" past! --
Insight no. 5: actively dispute your irrational beliefs --
Insight no. 6: you can refuse to upset yourself about upsetting yourself --
Insight no. 7: solving reality problems as well as emotional problems --
Insight no. 8: changing thoughts by acting against them --
Insight no. 9: using work and practice --
Insight no. 10: forcefully changing your beliefs and behaviors --
Insight no. 11: achieving emotional change is not enough. Maintaining it is harder! --
Insight no. 12: if you backslide, try, try again --
Insight no. 13: you can extend your refusal to make yourself miserable --
Insight no. 14: yes, you can stubbornly refuse to make yourself severely anxious or depressed about anything! --
APPENDIX: Sample rational-emotive therapy homework report.
Responsibility: by Albert Ellis.

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