You Can Control Your Feelings!: 24 Guides to Emotional Well-being
Controlling our emotions instead of letting them control us is the primary theme of this book. The author shows how REBT principles can be used to understand and modify thoughts, feelings, and behaviors when confronted with personal and relationship problems. 24 guides focus on matters such as avoidance, jealousy, indecision, love and compatibility, self-blame, self-pity, and more.
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