When Am I Going to Be Happy?: How to Break the Emotional Bad Habits That Make You Miserable

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Bantam Books, 1988 - Psychology - 287 pages
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Learn to change the emotional bad habits that make you unhappy. - Recognize Your Emotional Bad Habits (and start to break them) - Throw Off Your Security Blanket (and accept that you can have happiness) - Talk Tenderly To Yourself (and increase self-esteem) - Use The "To You-Ness To Me-Ness" Technique (and respond to negative comments with firm conviction, not rage) - Get Rid Of The Imposter Phenomenon (and stop devaluing yourself) - Accept Praise (and cease being your own worst critic) - Stop Measuring Your Self From the Paperback edition.

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This is a really interesting book, written by a psychologist, about harmful thought patterns that most of us have. The author uses concrete examples from her practice. I found the book to be very ... Read full review

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Using concrete examples from her clients' experiences to illuminate what emotional bad habits are and how to undo them, psychotherapist Russianoff offers practical suggestions for breaking the grip of ... Read full review

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF MORAL
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The First Step Toward Independence 000
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The First Declaration of Independence 000
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