The Little Book of Self-Soothing: 150 Ways to Manage Emotions, Relieve Stress, and Restore Calm
Robin Raven (Author)
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DescriptionRegulate your emotions, defuse your triggers, control your thoughts, and find your calm no matter where you are using the practical and proven self-soothing activities in The Little Book of Self-Soothing. Stressful experiences are an unfortunate and unavoidable part of everyday life. While you can't always predict, control, or eliminate triggering events, you can limit the impact these events have on your emotions and state of mind by practicing self-soothing. In The Little Book of Self-Soothing, you'll find 150 self-soothing activities that immediately help you manage your emotions and reduce feelings of distress or anxiety. The practical and proven techniques will help you find peace in the moment and stop negative feelings from taking control of your emotions. Some of the activities include:
-Wrap Yourself in Warmth
-Reimagine Judgmental Thoughts
-Breathe to Your Belly
-Hold Your Heart While Humming
-Savor the Spices With The Little Book of Self-Soothing you can regulate all your emotions, control your thoughts, defuse your triggers, and find your calm no matter where you are.
Adams Media Corporation
January 03, 2023
4.4 X 5.6 X 1.1 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Robin Raven is an accomplished author and journalist who is passionate about writing about kindness and self-soothing. The transformative power of kindness helped Robin heal after she experienced deep trauma in her own life. Through therapy, time with her mentor, the support of other loved ones, mindfulness, journaling, and learning self-compassion, Robin learned to live her life to the fullest. Self-soothing helped Robin through difficult times, and she loves to share what she learned with others. Robin has an MFA from California State University, Northridge, and she has been published in The Washington Post, USA TODAY, and many other publications.