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How to Recognize Emotional Unavailability and Make Healthier Relationship Choices

Author : Bryn C. Collins
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Emotional Unavailability

Author : Bryn C. Collins
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"Bryan Collins explores the common problem of emotional unavailability from an original, practical, and non-judgemental perspective. This book offers usable solutions to this human dilemma." Michael Share, Psy.D., L.P. "Emotional Unavailability is an innotive look at ho a person's emotional style impacts his or her relationship patterns. The book goes beyond definitions of the various styles to provide techniques and tools for change." James W. Keenan, M.S., L.P., Director Power of Relationships, PA "I kept falling into stories that sounded uncomfortably like some that litter my own personal landscape." Trudi Hahn Minneapolis Star Tribune "Bryn Collins examines the reasons we get into painful, frustrating relationships, and how we can make positive changes without blaming ourselves." Gerrie E. Summers Today's Black Woman In this groundbreaking book, psychologist Bryn Collins opens up the discussion about life with an emotionally unavailable person. Using case studies, quizzes, and jargon-free, easy-to-understand concepts, she profiles the mos common types of emotionally unavailable partners, then offers the skills you need to change these painful associations. Based on her extensive clinical experience, she offers ways to recognize "toxic types" before you get too deeply involved, and she gives the emotionally unavailable partner techniques that teach how to connect with anothe person.

The Oxford Handbook of Emotion Dysregulation

Author : Theodore P. Beauchaine
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"The Oxford Handbook of Emotion Dysregulation is the first to consider the ED construct as distinct from what is known as emotion regulation (ER; a variety of automatic and volitional strategies, behaviors, and skills that are used to modulate emotional experiences and expressions), featuring chapters by scholars whose work is on the cutting edge of basic and clinical understanding of ED. This Handbook examines the ED construct from multiple viewpoints across levels of analysis and considers the role that ED plays in the expression of various forms of psychopathology. Chapters explore basic understanding of emotions and ED as transdiagnostic constructs (Part I); cognitive, behavioral, and social approaches to evaluating ED (Part II); neurobiological advances in our understanding of ED (Part III); associations between ED and psychopathology (Part IV); and assessment and treatment of ED (Part V). Part VI includes chapters on Conclusions and Future Directions. The Handbook can serve as a primary or complementary text for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level seminars/courses on emotion dysregulation and psychopathology more broadly"--

With the Wind and the Waves

Author : Ray M. Droby
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In With the Wind and the Waves, psychologist Ray M. Droby tells a story of treatment and learning, drawing on experiences ranging from an ocean journey he took on the Bering Sea while serving in a Alaska Native community to his clinical work as a psychologist in rural Alaska. Like negotiating an ocean, Droby moves “with the wind and the waves” while working with substance abuse disorders and mental health issues superimposed on intergenerational trauma and internalized oppression. He captures positive momentum in work aimed at facilitating self-determination with Alaska Natives and their communities while discouraging historical dependency and colonizing patterns of thinking and doing for mental health workers. Sensitive to the history of non-Native outsiders imposing their own culture on Native land, Droby presents here principles, combined with cultural and therapy considerations, that are designed to help people avoid replicating this history of harm. Recognizing the strengths of Alaska Natives and their communities, and the stages of change human individuals and communities undergo, Droby shows how to exercise a nonjudgmental presence as a mental health worker in rural Alaska.

Principles of Change

Author : Louis G. Castonguay
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Principles of Change constitutes a new approach to evidence-based practice in psychotherapy that goes beyond the traditional and unidirectional dissemination of research, whereby clinicians are typically viewed as passive recipients of scientific findings. Based on an extensive review of literature, it first offers a list of 38 empirically based principles of change grouped in five categories: client prognostic, treatment/provider moderating, client process, therapeutic relationship, and therapist interventions. Six therapists from diverse theoretical orientations then describe, in rich and insightful detail, how they implement each of these principles. The book also offers exchanges between researchers and clinicians on several key issues, including: how similarly and differently change principles are addressed or used across a variety of treatments; and how clinicians' observations and reflections can guide future research. By presenting together these unique yet complementary experiences, Principles of Change will support synergetic advances in understanding and improving psychotherapy, laying the foundation for further collaborations and partnerships between stakeholders in mental health services.

Mothers Social Status and the Intergenerational Transmission of Emotional Well being from Mothers to Adolescents

Author : Jyoti Mudgal
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Superheroes and Masculinity

Author : Sean Parson
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Superheroes and Masculinity: Unmasking the Gender Performance of Heroism explores how heteropatriarchal representations of gender are portrayed within superhero comics, film, and television. The contributors examine how hegemonic masculinity has been continually perpetuated and reinforced within the superhero genre and unpack concise critiques of specific superhero representations, the industry, and the fan base at large. However, Superheroes and Masculinity also argues that possibilities of resistance and change are embedded within these problematic portrayals. To this end, several chapters explore alternative portrayals of queerness within superhero representations and read the hegemonic masculinity of various characters against the grain to produce queer possibilities. Ultimately, this collection argues that the quest to unmask how gender operates within superheroes is a crucial one.

The Cure for Emotional Unavailability

Author : Stella Smith
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Do you suspect the person you are dating or are in a long-term relationship with is emotionally unavailable? Worse yet, have you been called, "emotionally unavailable?" Relationships need emotional intimacy to survive. Unfortunately, many couples struggle and eventually separate because one or both of the partners aren't able to express emotional intimacy. The cycle of bad relationships isn't going to end unless you address this issue. Dating an emotionally unavailable partner is exhausting and hurtful; a long-term relationship with an emotionally unavailable partner can be disheartening and unfulfilling. Don't let this be you.If you're tired of being told that emotional unavailability is a relationship death sentence than this two-part, easy-to-read book will not only help you to understand and recognize emotional unavailability, it will help you find the solution. The Cure for Emotional Unavailability will help you:* Discover the reason why people become emotionally unavailable.* Recognize the REAL signs of emotional unavailability and separate fact from fiction. * Understand both the passive and aggressive types of emotional unavailability.* Learn about the differences in behavior between dating an emotionally unavailable partner and having a long-term relationship with one. * Become emotionally aware.* Learn practical ways to practice self-compassion.* Learn how to deal with defense mechanisms.* Stop your thoughts from controlling you. Embrace your value and experience healthy relationships.It is possible for you to discover the source of emotional unavailability, heal and have positive, successful relationships.Buy a copy today and start healing the relationships that matter to you. --------Stella Smith is inspiring others to overcome the things that are preventing them from experiencing positive relationships. As a speaker, author, and Life coach she helps people quickly identify and resolve areas in their life that need change. Certified Master Life CoachCertified Rational Emotive Behavioral Life CoachCertified Cognitive Behavioral Life Coach Certified Relationship Workshop FacilitatorCertified Life Purpose Life CoachCertified Goal to Success Life CoachCertified Public Speaking Training & FacilitatorCertified NLP Master Practitioner----------Check out Stella's companion program:Becoming Your Emotionally Available, Authentic Self course available on www.ThePositiveRelationship.com

SPIN

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From the concert stage to the dressing room, from the recording studio to the digital realm, SPIN surveys the modern musical landscape and the culture around it with authoritative reporting, provocative interviews, and a discerning critical ear. With dynamic photography, bold graphic design, and informed irreverence, the pages of SPIN pulsate with the energy of today's most innovative sounds. Whether covering what's new or what's next, SPIN is your monthly VIP pass to all that rocks.

Individual Differences in Emotional Responsivity Among Preschool age Children

Author : Ellen Amy Farber
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Enhancing Early Emotional Development

Author : Jean Wixson Gowen
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During their first two years, children form attachments with caegivers that profoundly affect their emotional lives. This engaging bok helps professionals who work with families of young children nurture those crucial bonds, giving parents the support and guidance they need to identify their children's needs.

Current Index to Journals in Education

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The Science of Emotional Intelligence

Author : Gerald Matthews
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Bringing together international experts from a variety of sub-disciplines, this volume aims to integrate recent research on emotional intelligence. The contributors address a set of focused questions concerning theory, measures, and applications: How does emotional intelligence relate to personality? What is the optimal approach to testing emotional intelligence? How can emotional intelligence be trained? In the final section of the book, the volume editors distill and synthesize the main points made by these experts and set forth an agenda for building a science of emotional intelligence in the future. --From publisher's description.

Emotional and Psychological Abuse of Children

Author : Kieran O'Hagan
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This text aims to enable practitioners to articulate precisely what is meant by the terms "emotional" and "psychological" abuse; to be able to identify it, and to formulate effective strategies for dealing with it. Case histories are explored within the context of new child-care legislation.

Socio cognitive Mediators of Children s Emotional Well being Following Divorce

Author : Stanley William Alexander
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Journal of Emotional Education

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Emotions in Health and Illness

Author : Craig Van Dyke
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Quality of Attachment in Infancy as a Predictor of Hostility and Emotional Distance in Preschool Peer Relationships

Author : Van Roy Pancake
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Children s Services

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Parent infant Relationships

Author : Paul M. Taylor
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