Unlock the Fear: How to Open Yourself Up to Face and Accept Change

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Insight Books, 1998 - Self-Help - 254 pages
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Unlock the Fear is a provocative look at how we deal internally with change, adapt to it, and integrate it into our personal lives. Dr. Caissy, an esteemed educator and researcher on human behavior, incisively discusses the phenomenon of change in terms of:
-- how change affects individuals in their personal and professional lives
-- how people react to change emotionally and psychologically
-- how and why people fear change
-- how change creates psychological and physical stress
-- how change and loss are often intertwined
-- how change can lead to personal growth
-- how you can learn to adapt to change

This helpful book also contains an extensive number of important strategies and discussions on how to cope with change, manage it, and thus become generally more change-adaptive.

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Chapter Two Why People Fear Change
Chapter Three Sources and Kinds of Change

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