Trapped in the pages of books is information that can prove quite useful to someone plagued by self-destructive tendencies or someone who would like to help another person that is in a self-destructive space. Sometimes a little understanding can go a long way toward improving someone’s current situation. Below are a few good reads that may offer some helpful information and lifesaving tips.
Stopping a suicide takes more than cliché-ridden banter about being strong. Without actual techniques or tips, it becomes just words tossed at a deaf ear. Although there are short-term tips for persons who require immediate assistance, ultimately, this information powerhouse remains focused on the successful long term recovery of someone who is in a self-destructive space. This information packed guide is meant to empower a person with the essential knowledge needed to stop self-destructive behaviour, and to touch on the sometimes underrated importance of professional assistance. It also deals with the key subject of ‘What drives a person to the point of suicide’, and introduces an amazing coping technique - HEAL (Helpful Engaging Action List). Other topics dealt with in this book include the ever important issue of Triggers, and the rarely acknowledged Suicide Domino Effect.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a proven form of psychotherapy that is often the first-line of treatment recommended for managing depression, anxiety, worry, and other common issues. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple delivers a simplified approach to learning the most essential parts of cognitive behavioral therapy and applying them to your life. For people who are interested in realizing the proven benefits of CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple is a vital resource that will promote personal growth as you overcome challenges and improve your wellbeing.
Sadly we have seen the devastating effects of cyber bullying on various occasions. This read offers much needed solutions to some of the ‘ugly’ problems still running rampant on the Internet - namely cyber bullying and stalking. People tormented by Internet predators can use some of the methods mentioned in this book to regain control of their online life and put steps in place to ensure that they don’t fall victim to these types of Internet crimes again. The author, a former victim of an internet stalker himself, is Chris Bennetts. Chris is actually a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer with over 30 years experience in IT to back up his advice.
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