The Pocket Therapist: Practical Tools to Cope with Relationships and Children

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Simon & Schuster, 2001 - Interpersonal relations - 264 pages
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Today's busy lifestyle places more demands on us than we realise. At various times in our lives, events or situations throw up obstacles that upset the emotional balance causing stress and frustration.
THE POCKET THERAPIST is split into three main sections - the self, relationships and parenting - and is presented in an accessible question-and-answer format, covering a wide range of topics. Personal stories and case studies are included to highlight effective strategies that can be used to help readers get on with their lives.
THE POCKET THERAPIST is like having your very own therapist, an essential companion that offers support and practical advice for those difficult times. The wisdom in this book will encourage you to make the changes necessary to enhance your well-being and bring harmony to your relationships.

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