You don't have to feel alone with your loss.
Accept the offered help. Open your door, even if it is the most difficult thing for you to do at this point of time.
You will not be sorry.
When you are ready.
1.THE GRIEF CLUB: by Melody Beattie
This book is a personal account of a woman who lost her son. She found herself welcomed into a new circle of people who had lived through tragic loss of a child. Worth reading for it it clearly describes the struggles she went through while without interest she made an effort to open her door to a new community.
2. ON GRIEF AND GRIEVING: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and David Kessler; A must-read. Find more books written by E. Kübler-Ross via this link.
3. HEALING AFTER LOSS: Daily Meditations for Working Through Grief By Martha W. Hickman; A very good source of support for those who have lost a loved one. A source of hope and daily meditations to get you walk through the grief process.
4. FINDING PEACE AFTER A BREAKUP, DIVORCE OR DEATH: written by Louise L. Hay and David Kessler; This book is a conversation on healing grief, providing ideas to foster self-awareness and compassion, it inspires an extraordinary new way of thinking, bringing hope and fresh insights into your life, your current and future relationships.
1. 5 ways to Manage Anger by Andrea C. from TruePotentialCounseling.com
2. Overcome Anger Triggers by Dr. Larry Iverson
In what direction is your life going right now?
Connect with your deepest values & recognize your feelings.
Deal with them one by one, one step at a time, and you will learn to dominate them.
You can tame the angry monster that makes you feel so bad.
You want to be proud of yourself at any time, and you want to feel good, right?
Once you make a decision, you will take a step forward.
1. THE ANGER CONTROL WORKBOOK: by Matthew McKay and Peter Rogers; Get a deeper understanding of how anger affects all areas of your life—both physically and emotionally. Practice new coping behaviors that allow you to gain control in anger situations. Learn how to reduce stress and practice compassion to help you better handle the anger, fear, and hostile emotions that can rise at home, work, and in relationships.
2. FIVE GOOD MINUTES:100 Morning Practices to Help you Stay Calm: by Jeff Brantley;
Book offers guided imagery, relaxation, mindfulness, and meditation practices-fun activities that relieve stress and create meaning and purpose in the reader's day. These practices help readers feel good, get motivated, and become inspired to change their lives for the better.
3.THE DANCE OF ANGER: A Woman's Guide by Harriet Lerner, PhD; On how to turn anger into a constructive force for reshaping their lives. Learn strategies for making meaningful an lasting changes in important relationships.
4. BEYOND ANGER: A Guide for Men by Thomas Harbin; This book teaches how to change from an angry and miserable man into a man with better relationships, who understands his anger and its negative impacts on family, friends and coworkers. Women, too, will learn essential strategies for understanding and helping the angry men in their lives.
1. Fast Relaxation Trick explained by Steve P. from ALifeLessAnxious.com
Do you believe that you are waisting many precious opportunities in life just because of fear stepping on your way?
Examine your fear, get to know it, understand it and acknowledge it. The more you know about it, the smaller it gets.
Try and open yourself to
an incredible experience of life.
And you don't have to do this alone! Talk it through with a trusted friend, family member, or a local professional.
1. FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY: by Susan Jeffers; Get informed about how fear doesn't need to hold you back from happiness and success. Through self-compassion concepts and exercises you will learn how to weed out the negative words and thoughts and develop goals to erase your self-imposed limitations.
2. THE FEAR BOOK: Facing Fear Once and for All by Cheri Huber; An easy-to-read text on how to recognize the experience of fear as nothing more than a conditioned reaction to circumstance, and how to reach awareness of a present moment and acceptance of it.
3.THE WORRY TRAP: How to Free Yourself from Worry & Anxiety Using Acceptance & Commitment by Chad Lejeune PhD; The book explains Acceptance and Commitment Therapy benefits, how its techniques work. It explains in the way that it makes a relatively easy reading and learning for a general reader to understand, learn and adapt this step by step approach in life.
4. FEAROF.NET: Jacob Olesen's page consists of a list of 10 most useful self-help books that enabled him and many others to overcome Fear, Shyness and General Anxiety Disorder.