Seth David Chernoff is an award-winning author, two-time cancer survivor, gifted speaker, highly successful marketing professional and founder of multiple companies. His new book is Manual For Living: Reality, A User’s Guide to the Meaning of Life. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, Popular Mechanics, Business Week, USA Today, and on national TV and Radio.
By facing death as a two-time cancer survivor, Seth David Chernoff learned to experience the fullness of life. In his award-winning new book, Manual for Living: Reality, A User’s Guide to the Meaning of Life, he offers straightforward guidance for achieving lasting happiness, overcoming fear of death and finding true purpose.
He has lived his message, and pulls no punches as he writes about the hard subjects of death, illness, fear, finding balance, our toxic environment, our perception of what is real, our finances, and our need to accumulate. He deals with change and major transition, living in the “now” and so much more by answering life’s most burning questions.
When Anxiety Attacks – what to do and how to make it disappear, will move you, teach you and inspire you to use what you have learned to make the difference in your own life. This program has helped thousands and it will help you!
During this course you will learn about depression as well as the following Anxiety disorders: panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Anxiety Attacks. You might be surprised to learn that Anxiety, OCD and Depression often go hand in hand. These are all real conditions that affect your body, the way you think and how you feel and act. They affect people of all ages, genders, backgrounds, lifestyles, races, and ethnic groups. Because we now know that with the right treatment and support you can get back to enjoying your life. You’ll be more productive and have clear thoughts once again. Most importantly, this course will teach you real life skills that you can use right now to begin living a better life. No fluff, just the facts learn and experienced first hand by a real life sufferer who’s lived it, been through therapy and survived! Steven Diamond answers every question you might have and teaches only what you really need to know. Saving you time and money in the process.
How do you really know if your therapy is working?
Good question huh?
Therapy that works is a two way street. Both you and the therapist are team mates. And it takes a serious commitment on both parts to make sometimes difficult changes in behavior or thinking patterns that you have established over a life time.
So you’ve made the careful decision to seek professional therapy. You’ve checked your bank account and now you are ready. What’s going to happen when I sit down in that chair for the first time? What can I expect? What do I do? What do I say? Don’t worry, those feelings are all natural and here are some basic guide lines to help you understand the process.
Remember: If you don’t think you can be honest and completely open with this person, find someone else. You’ll only be hurting yourself in the long run. Trust me.
Tweet Behavior Therapy The goal of Behavior Therapy is to modify and gain control over unwanted behavior. The individual learns to cope with difficult situations, often through controlled exposure to them. This kind of therapy gives the individual a sense of having control over their life. Cognitive Therapy The goal of Cognitive Therapy is to [...]
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