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How to relieve depression and cope with feelings of rejection, guilt, and self-blame.
“Overcoming Destructive Beliefs, Feelings, and Behaviors” explains the theory and practice of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), and Dr. Ellis’ recent revisions to REBT. Aspects of the human ego (legitimate and self-defeating aspects) and self-rating are explored. Dr. Ellis also covers the sources for self-disturbing (irrational beliefs), the therapeutic relationship, unconditional self-acceptance, and disputation.
Inspired by Dr. Albert Ellis’ theory of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Dr. Hauck provides a straight-forward approach to explaining the causes of anger while showing readers how to overcome their anger and frustration without needless technical jargon. Dr. Hauck begins by providing a convincing rationale for why it is helpful to give up anger, showing how it leads to problematic issues such as physical sickness, decreased problem-solving abilities, divorce, and child abuse.
Dr. Albert Ellis clearly explains how not to disturb yourself about influences of the past and how you can learn to be a happier person. Using Rational Emotive Behavior techniques, he describes a number of ways to challenge your “shoulds” and “musts” to help you to reach your goals in life
“Overcoming Jealousy and Possessiveness” applies a Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) approach to dealing with jealousy (a learned emotion) and possessiveness. Hauck identifies the six strong characteristics of jealous and possessive people (inferiority complex, the master-slave mentality, self-defeating behavior, difficulty in accepting responsibility, selfishness and immaturity, and fearfulness), and how an individual can take matters into their own hands to correct their jealousy by addressing and disputing their irrational beliefs. Some examples of irrational thoughts of jealous individuals addressed are “I’m no good unless someone loves me,” “You belong to me, so do as I command,” “I must have what I want,” and “I’ll never fall in love again.”
“Overcoming Resistance: A Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Integrated Approach” examines the underlying causes of resistance to psychotherapy and provides methods for overcoming it. This book written for professionals explains the common forms of resistance (for example, extreme low frustration tolerance, fear of shame, feelings of hopelessness, pessimism, perfectionism, and hidden agendas), and how to combat them with Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT).
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