Mental Health Workbook: 2 Manuscripts: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, OCD Workbook (Paperback)
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Do you want to take a different perspective on your problems, your life, and the way you live it? Then keep reading...
Many people suffer for their feelings and thoughts, they fighting them and try to push them away, which is a behavior that worsens the situation. While your mind is hazy for this kind of intrusive thoughts, is so difficult to become estranged and focused on the present moment. This type of negative escalation can have an exaggerated influence on your life.
If you have OCD you may have irrational fears that you don't feel yours or you might obsessively double-check things. Maybe you are in a trap that forces you to follow your time-consuming compulsions according to your distorted thinking or maybe you have less invasive symptoms that really worries you. OCD is a chronic mental health condition with no definitive cure, but with the proper treatment people with OCD can lead happy and fulfilling lives.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a proven-effective treatment for numerous mental health issues like depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, addiction; and is a scientifically based psychotherapy meant to help people embrace their feelings and thoughts instead of struggling with them or feeling guilty for having them. In this way it can be really helpful to relieve OCD's symptoms.
This book contains 2 manuscripts:
-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to:
- stop treating thoughts as facts
- accept painful experience
- mature your self-conceptualization to build self-confidence and self-esteem
- develop a willingness to embrace every life's experience
- understand your values
- became aware of the present moment
- commit to living a rewarding and meaningful life
-OCD Workbook to:
- use self-assessment tools to identifying your obsessions and compulsions and their severity
- learn to challenge your own distorted thinking
- practice mindfulness to develop present-moment awareness
- overcome irrational fears and intrusive thoughts
- follow recovery strategy using self-help tools, techniques and worksheets to break free of compulsive rituals
- maintain your progress
- find the right professional help
- let your family members understand you and your condition
The only thing that happens when you try to run away from your problems is that you get further away from the solution. The best thing you can do is to solve the problem.Scroll up to the top and click buy