SELF -EMPOWERMENT is a term that we get to hear very frequently nowadays. But what does it mean to be empowered? Is it something that we obtain externally? Is it a specialized training that we obtain in any particular ﬁeld? The answer to both the questions is an emphatic NO. Empowerment is about realizing our own potentials. Being “Empowered” is about working towards removing the doubts regarding our own potentials and capacities. Empowerment is about the journey of changing our belief from “I can’t” to “I CAN”. Counselling similarly, is not about offering solutions, but about helping a person see the solution. The art of counselling is in understanding this subtle difference between helping a counsellee and empowering a counsellee to help himself/herself. MENDING THE MIND is an attempt to show the means to realize these potentials in a student, a counsellee, a patient or the self. The novelty and uniqueness of this book lies in the perspective in which behaviour is presented. This perspective, besides its simplicity, also allows an integration of Western Psychology with Eastern Philosophy.
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Keys to Healthy Relationships
Strange as it may seem, other people are not nearly as committed to our happiness as we are. In fact, sometimes it seems like they‘re on a mission to make us miserable! There's always that one person. The one who hijacks our emotions. The one who seems to thrive on drama. If we could just “ﬁx” that person, everything would be better. But we can’t ﬁx other people. We can only make choices about ourselves. In this cut-to-the-chase book, communication expert Mike Bechtle shows you how to stop being a victim of other people's craziness. With commonsense, wisdom and proactive advice that you can put into practice immediately, Bechtle gives you a proven strategy to handle crazy people—and stay sane while doing it. There will always be difﬁcult people. But this fresh perspective on dealing with them can change your life—starting today!
Pastoral care and Counseling
Pastoral care and counselling combines theological reflection, psychological insights social science research, and piratical case studies as an indispensable introductory text for students and experience ministers. Importantly, by placing a person's relationship with God at the centre of pastoral care, this this introduction to Pastoral care and counselling addresses the critique that pastoral care is indistinguishable from secular psychotherapy.
I Like you Just Because
I Like you Just Because explores the demands of friendship and the needs we hae of friends, the risk we take in devloping friendships, the obligations we assume and the sense of well-being we experience in the give and take friendship demand.
The winning attitude
John Maxwell not only discovered the winning attitude, but he has also experienced the incredible differences it makes. Today he speak extensively across the united state at business meetings and conferences on the issue of leadership. In The winning attitude he shares insights from real life experience showing how to recognize and attain the winning attitude.