The path to self-acceptance, resilience and happiness
by Natalie Read
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Pub Date 30 Sep 2019 | Archive Date 31 Oct 2022
Would you like more happiness, self-confidence or resilience?
Would you like to improve your relationships?
Would you like to prevent and manage mental health symptoms?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, this book could help you. At a time when many people are struggling with mental health symptoms and maybe finding it difficult to get support (finances, long waiting lists or reaching out), this book hopes to offer an affordable and accessible alternative*.
Being Human is based on the author’s experience working as a counsellor blended with a mind, body, spirit approach to offer a broader range of solutions to today’s problems. It’s written from the heart with a positive and compassionate message, in an everyday language intended to appeal to any belief system. It contains examples, exercises and accompanying meditations.
Being Human is intended to be a handbook to support the reader throughout the ups and downs of life, used reactively to manage symptoms and reassure and, proactively to inspire meaningful change. It includes the most common themes from counselling sessions which typically offer reassurance and understanding; information and practical solutions to help prevent and manage most mental health symptoms and approaches to build more happiness and self-acceptance.
*Please note it’s not a substitute for professional support if your symptoms are severe and enduring but it might help you whilst waiting for support.
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