This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Do your relationships make you feel valued and fulfilled? Do you have someone you can contact in the middle of the night if you're upset, someone who'll care about what you're feeling and want to help? Would your spouse or partner want to talk to you, or would he or she just roll over and tell you to go back to sleep? Even if you live alone, do you have someone who's there to console you when you're down and celebrate with you when you're excited? Technology has improved so many aspects of our lives. We can instantly keep in touch with family, loved ones, colleagues, and new acquaintances in distant parts of town, distant cities, and distant countries. At the same time, it's common to see two people sitting together, texting frantically on their smartphones instead enjoying each other's company. Technology has made our lives easier, but it has also left us feeling disconnected and overstressed. Our lives are so overwhelmed by stress that, for many of us, being stressed out feels normal. Daily hassles are ever increasing and many of us feel isolated and alone. So what's missing? In Feeling Loved, co-founder and Editorial Director of one of the largest mental health sites on the Internet, Helpguide.org, Dr. Jeanne Segal offers a groundbreaking new vision on what's missing from our modern lives and the steps we can take to fill the void and find happiness. Much of the loneliness, sadness, anger, and anxiety we experience in life, as well as a host of other physical, mental, and emotional problems, are stress related and stem from a sense of not feeling loved. What we've lost in our plugged-in, fast-paced lives is that feeling loved is a biological necessity. Not only do we all want to feel loved, but we all need to feel loved. Feeling loved is nature's antidote to stress and it can help you regain control of your life and thrive. All you need are the right tools. N° de ref. de la librería
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About the Author: Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., is a psychologist, author, and pioneering health innovator. She has written five books, including Raising Your Emotional Intelligence, which has been published in 13 languages. She and her husband of 55 years, Robert Segal, are the founders of Helpguide.org, a nonprofit self-help website that serves over 65 million visitors annually with encouraging, practical information on mental health, relationships, and family issues.
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Descripción Paperback. Estado de conservación: Fine. Nº de ref. de la librería S-531-26