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Denne bog er en illustreret miniudgave af Russ Harris' internationale bestseller Lykkefælden. Vores idealer om, hvad lykke er, og hvor lykkelige vi skal være, gør os ofte endnu mere ulykkelige og frustrerede.I bogen gør Russ Harris op med fire overordnede myter om lykke:Myte 1: Lykke er den naturlige tilstand for menneskerMyte 2: Hvis du ikke er lykkelig, er der noget galt med digMyte 3: For at skabe et bedre liv må vi udrydde alle negative følelserMyte 4: Du bør være i stand til at kontrollere, hvad du tænker og føler.Ved hjælp af den mindfulness-baserede tilgang ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) viser Russ Harris og Bev Aisbett teknikker til, hvordan du undgår at falde i 'lykkefælden' og i stedet finder ind til ægte velvære og et rigt og meningsfuldt liv.
Popular myths about happiness directly contribute to our epidemic of stress, anxiety and depression - and sojme popular remedies are making it even worse! In his original bestselling self-help book, Dr Russ Harris revealed how millions of people are unwittingly caught in 'The Happiness Trap'. He then provided an effective means to escape: ACT (or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) based on the principles of mindfulness.Now, in The Happiness Trap Pocketbook, Dr Harris joins forces with acclaimed illustrator and self-help author, Bev Aislett, to produce this illustrated, engaging and genuinely helpful guide to breaking free of 'the happiness trap' and finding a true sense of wellbeing.
A book for anyone and everyone who finds themselves going through big change, hard times, bad luck or tough sh*it. A book for right now, as it turns out. From Bev Aisbett, Australia's bestselling author with decades of experience helping people through anxiety, depression and panic attacks, Cruising Through Calamity is a much-needed new book about helping people manage their emotions through big changes, hard times and big challenges. So whether you're struggling during the pandemic or navigating a personal crisis, if you're feeling anxious or overwhelmed and your emotions are getting the better of you, then this is the book you need right now to help you cruise through calamities, big and small. Written in Bev's clear, simple and straightforward style, using straight talk and humour to defuse, entertain, explain and inform, this is a most timely and topical book to help anyone feeling overwhelmed by uncertainty, difficult feelings and tough circumstances.
In this book, Bev Aisbett shows us how we can use the strategies learned in her journey of self-discovery to achieve change and growth in our lives. LEttING It GO can show us how to: ? recognise self-limiting beliefs ? improve our self-esteem ? change our negative attitudes ? benefit from fortuitous coincidences in our lives ? improve our intimate relationships and ourselves ? learn to love and forgive others, and ourselves As a survivor of Panic Disorder, Bev Aisbett had a lot to live with. But she overcame It and has shared with us the secrets of her success in two previous books, LIVING WItH It and LIVING It UP. In this book, Bev Aisbett shows us how we can use the strategies learned in her journey of self-discovery to achieve change and growth in our lives. Now Bev has a lot to live for. And we can too!
From the bestselling author of Living with IT and Taming the Black Dog comes a practical guide for parents of anxious children. If your child is too often: seeks reassurance, invents illnesses, avoids interactions, avoids trying new things, becomes emotional over minor upsets, or is clingy, afraid to sleep alone, reluctant to go to school or scared of numerous things ... then anxiety could be an issue for them.Commonly, a child experiencing anxiety doubts themselves, lacks confidence and becomes easily overwhelmed. So how do you best help them?From Australia's bestselling anxiety expert, Bev Aisbett, comes an essential guide for these anxious times. Worry-Proofing Your Anxious Child is a calm, clear and, above all, reassuring book to help parents (and teachers) of anxious children.Filled with simple explanations and practical advice, this book will assist everyone who wants to help a child overcome their anxieties and learn to live more confidently.Bev Aisbett is Australia's leading author in books around managing anxiety. In 1993, after recovering from severe anxiety and depression herself, Bev turned to her artistic talents to create the first of her ground-breaking illustrated self-help books Living with IT: A Survivor's Guide to Panic Attacks, which rapidly became a national bestseller, with over 200,000 copies sold. In 2013, HarperCollins published the fully revised and updated 20th anniversary edition of this classic book.
The fully revised, expanded and updated edition of Bev Aisbett's bestselling guide to overcoming depression, Taming the Black Dog First published in 2000, Bev Aisbett's classic, simple and easy-to-follow guide to overcoming depression Taming the Black Dog has sold over 220,000 copies and helped thousands of people manage their depression.Now expanded and fully revised, this updated edition of Taming the Black Dog features Bev Aisbett's unique blend of information, humour and clear, simple and practical advice. It is an invaluable guide and source of information for both chronic sufferers of depression as well as anyone with a fit of 'the blues'. Over 1 in 5 people will suffer some form of depression at some point in their lives, so Taming the Black Dog is a more important resource than ever before.
What's your IT? Anger? Fear? Low self-esteem? Depression? Addiction? FIXING It brings together for the first time in one volume, a complete guide to surviving anxiety in its many forms and how to move on to achieve change and growth in our lives.Includes the titles LIVING WItH It: A Survivor's Guide to Panic Attacks, LIVING It UP: the Advanced Survivor's Guide to Anxiety-free Living and LEttING It GO: Attaining Awareness out of Adversity.A survivor of Panic Disorder, cartoonist and author Bev Aisbett presents a fun, easy-to-read guide for sufferers of anxiety disorders, and a valuable insight for those interested in personal development.
From the bestselling anxiety expert, Bev Aisbett, comes a proven and practical workbook to help people manage their anxiety, with simple daily strategies for work and for home. A clear, practical day-by-day workbook, written by experienced counsellor and bestselling author of the classic national bestseller about anxiety, Living with IT, Bev Aisbett, to help people control their anxiety. Based on many of the exercises Bev has been teaching and writing about for the past twenty years, the book provides clear, simple daily building blocks to help people manage their anxiety and assist in recovery. Designed to be carried in handbags or backpacks as a daily companion, this is a highly approachable, concise, practical, simple and above all proven method of overcoming anxiety.Bev Aisbett is Australia's leading author in books around managing anxiety. In 1993, after recovering from severe anxiety and depression herself, Bev turned to her artistic talents to create the first of her ground-breaking illustrated self-help books Living with IT- A Survivor's Guide to Panic Attacks, which rapidly became a national bestseller, with over 200,000 copies sold. In 2013, HarperCollins published the fully revised and updated 20th anniversary edition of this classic book.
Got difficulties? Get over it... GET OVER IT is the perfect resource to help you feel more grounded in your ability to face the difficulties in your life. Finding Release From the Prison of the PastGot difficulties? Get over it ...the past can be a prison which traps us in the illusion that life is hard, that we are meant to suffer and that our fate is out of our hands. One day I decided that this was an extra burden that I could live without.Bev Aisbett, acclaimed author of LIVING WItH It, tAMING tHE BLACK DOG and LEttING It GO, once again delivers the straight-talking, compassionate advice that has helped tens of thousands of people move past trauma and into hope.GEt OVER It is the perfect resource to help you feel more grounded in your ability to face the difficulties in your life.
LIVING IT UP offers further hope and guidance for sufferers of anxiety disorders, and valuable insights for those interested in personal development. What is your "e;It"e;? Anger? Fear? Low self-esteem? Depression? Addiction? LIVING It UP, a sequel to the popular LIVING WItH It: A Survivor's Guide to Panic Attacks, is a guide to surviving anxiety in its many forms - from the overwhelming terror of Panic Disorder to the less intense but equally destructive daily stresses of modern life. Bev Aisbett, a survivor of Panic Disorder, cartoonist and author, presents a fun, easy-to-read guide to life skills required to transform anxiety into a valuable tool for growth and change.
Bev Aisbett's simple and humorous illustrated self-help books have provided guidance on anxiety, depression, self-image and self-worth issues for thousands of readers over the past 18 years ... this is her story. Bestselling author Bev Aisbett's no-nonsense text, combined with her insightful cartoon images, have reassured countless people seeking help for anxiety. Now, she reveals the deep spirit that lies behind these deceptively simple books. All of It is an unflinching self-examination, an exploration of Bev's life journey through and beyond crippling anxiety and depression. the themes of love and loss, rejection, self-doubt and a longing for spiritual meaning are familiar to all those who seek to make peace with life on this complex plane called Earth.Peppered with glimpses of 70s and 80s share-house culture, and told with candour and tenderness, this is the story of an unconventional and multi-layered life and the ultimate quest to 'come home to myself and find a welcome there'.
Using 10 steps from her popular workshops, counsellor Bev Aisbett provides you with practical, sound advice on how to recognise and tame anxiety, whether it affects you just occasionally or every single day. Do you beat yourself up over mistakes? Do you often worry, worry, worry? Do you tend to expect the worst? Do things have to be perfect before you can enjoy them? Do you have a belief that life is hard? Are you overly concerned about what others think of you? Do you compare yourself to others? Do you find it hard expressing your feelings, especially anger? Do you give more than you get? Do you look after others more than you do yourself? Are you critical of yourself and others? If you answered 'yes' to even half of these questions, would you say that your life and emotions are in balance? Anxiety isn't a punishment - it's a wake-up call, and you can do something about it! Using 10 steps from her popular workshops, counsellor Bev Aisbett provides you with practical, sound advice on how to recognise and tame anxiety, whether it affects you just occasionally or every single day.
Bev Aisbett, who has helped thousands of Australians find a way out of depression and anxiety, now shows you how to find the most loyal friend of all ...YOU! Do you feel that life has left you out in the cold?Do you feel unloved, unwanted or overlooked?Do you reach out to others for support only to find that they leave you disappointed or dissatisfied?there are times in our lives when we seem to have no-one in our corners, and so we feel depressed, lonely, hurt or angry.But there is someone to turn to - if you know how. Someone you can trust and rely on, no matter what: yourself!
The classic guide for panic attack sufferers - now fully revised and updated. Panic attacks - approximately 5% of the population will experience them at some time or another. The dread of having an attack - they seemingly come out of nowhere - transforms the ordinary world of everyday life into a nightmare of anxiety and suffering. Bestselling author Bev Aisbett, a survivor of Panic Syndrome herself, has three basic messages: You can beat this You are not alone You will recover Originally published in 1993, this calm, common sense guide has helped many thousands of panic attack sufferers to overcome their fears. Bev Aisbett explains how panic disorders develop and how to recognise the symptoms, and covers topics such as changing negative thought patterns, seeking professional help and, ultimately, the skills for recovery. This fully revised and updated edition of LIVING WITH IT provides much-needed reassurance and support, showing the way out of the maze of panic with humour and the insight of first-hand experience.