This work reveals 50 simple ideas and concrete actitivities to improve anyone's mental well-being. Written in a conversational style, this resource provides techniques and specific suggestions to combat depression, fear, loneliness, anger, a poor self-image, undesirable habits, poor communication, relationship difficulties and other problems. Step-by-step, the authors show the reader the way to positive mental health.; All 50 ideas are introduced in the same straightforward format: a basic idea is presented on the right-hand page and a concise, one-page explanation that defines the concept and how to implement it is shown on the left.
Reward Yourself for Doing the Right Thing; Do Some Moderate Exercise Nature's Own Antidepressant; Use a Behavioural Contract to Help Yourself or Others; When Everything Else Fails, Give Reverse Psychology a Try; Give Someone a Compliment; Make a List of Your Successes; Make a Chart to Reduce or Eliminate Unwanted Behaviours; Help Yourself by Helping Others; Shake the Clay Off Your Feet so You Can be Open to New Experiences; Risk Enough to Show Someone How You Feel; Complete a Task; Then Pause Long Enough to Feel the Satisfaction of Completion; Tackle Fear by Taking Action; Write a Letter to Help Yourself Cope with Difficult Emotions; To Change Your Feelings, Do Something Different; Spend Time Alone to Become More Comfortable With Yourself; Accept and Follow Your Intuition.
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 1st March 1989
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.63 x 15.77
Weight (kg): 0.17
Edition Number: 1