Stop overreacting effective strategies for calming your emotions by Judith P. Siegel

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Published by New Harbinger Publications in Oakland, CA .

Written in English

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Includes bibliographical references.

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StatementJudith P. Siegel
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LC ClassificationsBF531 .S565 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24579845M
ISBN 109781572247239
LC Control Number2010011986

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But I digress. By the third session (the idea is to read one chapter per week, setting aside a. In order to stop overreacting, you’ll need these tools to help you gain control of your emotions: Awareness of emotions.

You can’t adapt to something you can identify, so awareness of your emotions is a critical first step. This book really feels like a friend, or a very wise auntie who just wants to help out and guide you out of your overthinking culs-de-sac.

It also accounts for all the gradations of overthinking. In her book “Stop Overreacting” author Dr. Judith P. Siegel suggests asking yourself the following questions to assess whether you or not you have a problem with overreacting: Do you often: Regret things you say in the heat of emotion.

How To Stop Being Oversensitive and How To Stop Overreacting. Awareness is power. If you can catch yourself, when you start to overreact because of oversensitivity, then you will be able to stay in control.

It is better to stay in control of your emotional state. There are many causes of oversensitivity and overreacting. Below are some causes.

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In her new book, Stop Overreacting, Dr. Judith Siegel applies cutting edge research and more than thirty years of clinical practice experience to present the key concepts to understanding and overcoming intense emotional reactions to life’s less than ideal situations, specifically in the realms of relationships, family and the workplace.

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