This book teaches you how to communicate with yourself, in a friendly manner, without any blame, maintaining self-reliance and keeping your self-esteem intact.
Taking care of one's stress and mental health is a science on the one hand and an art on the other. What is the best way to administer psychological first aid to yourself? How do you find your balance when you are overwhelmed by anxiety, fear, or despair? What are the words of self-reassurance and support that will help you?
This book teaches you how to communicate with yourself, in a friendly manner, without any blame, maintaining self-reliance and keeping your self-esteem intact. Embrace the transformative 'Golden Intervention First Aid Program,' a treasure trove of practical strategies, including the 'Game of Chess' and the 'Fish Philosophy,' designed to enhance your daily life.
Written from a mother's heart, this compassionate guide offers a unique blend of personal anecdotes, scientific insights, and practical advice, making it an invaluable contribution to the field of psychology.
About the Author:
Dr. Pratibha Deshpande has a Ph.D. in Psychological First Aid. She is a practitioner of pranayama, yoga, healthy eating, meditation with daily visits to the gym to stay fit and fabulous at the age of 70 years. She has done a number of online courses at the Universities of Austin, Princeton and Stanford. Relationships intrigue, interest and inspire her and are the core of her writing and strength. Author of 14 books on relationships, she is also the producer and scriptwriter of a short film “Taaza Kalam”, along with being a freelance writer and creator of podcasts for over 50 programs based on Psychology.
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