Self-Defeating Behaviors: Free Yourself from the Habits, Compulsions, Feelings, and Attitudes That Hold You Back

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Harper Collins, Jan 1, 1993 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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A guide to freeing ourselves from the inappropriate and crippling behaviors that sabotage our success.
 

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Cudney (counseling, Western Michigan Univ.) and Hardy, a practicing psychologist, offer a thorough investigation into the psyche by explaining those attitudes or actions that may have worked at one ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
How SelfDefeating Behaviors Are Born 7
Why SelfDefeating Behaviors
How SelfDefeating Behaviors Are Practiced 103
Pay 130
How SelfDefeating Behaviors Can
Your Trigger Patterns 178
Know Your Techniques 186
Catching Yourself 194
Developing Replacement Techniques 202
Analyzing Your Conclusions and Fears 214
Traveling the Road to Breakthrough 229
Index 247
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Milton R. Cudney, Ph.D., (1930-1992) was a professor of counseling at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Dr. Cudney originated the theory to eliminate self-defeating behaviors which asserts that at each new moment people have the ability to make a choice for either a self-defeating or life-enhancing behavior.

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