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The A to Z of Feelings : How to Make Your Emotions Work for You and not Against You - Andrew Fuller

The A to Z of Feelings

How to Make Your Emotions Work for You and not Against You

By: Andrew Fuller, Sam Fuller

Paperback | 1 May 2021

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In perhaps his most ambitious and comprehensive work yet, Andrew Fuller takes a deep dive into the architecture of our everyday human emotions to understand why we think, act and behave the way we do.

If you have ever struggled with feelings you just can't make sense of, have trouble controlling or feel helpless against then this is for you! Andrew, one of Australia's best-loved psychologists, examines the most common array of emotions and explains what they are, how they work and how you can use them for your own personal good, rather than letting them rule your life. He details the origins of emotion and outlines the pathways of the brain that surround and allow emotion development. Divided into 26 easy to read, bite-size chunks of information, The A to Z of Feelings can be dipped in and out of for quick reference or read at leisure for a more detailed understanding. It is essentially a recipe book for emotions!

About the Author

Andrew Fuller is a Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist Fellow in the Departments of Psychiatry, Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne. He is an Ambassador for Mind Matters Member and the National Coalition Against Bullying. He is also a principal consultant to the national drug prevention strategy REDI. Andrew has recently been described as an "interesting mixture of Billy Connolly, Tim Winton and Frasier Crane" and as someone who "puts the heart back into psychology". As a clinical psychologist, he works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. Andrew lives in Melbourne.