How to keep people from pushing your buttons

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“No individual—not even Freud himself—has had a greater impact on modern  psychotherapy.”—Psychology TodayWith a New Foreword by Kristene A. Doyle, Ph.D. CLASSIC SELF-HELP FROM A RESPECTED PIONEER OF PSYCHOTHERAPY   Life can get tough. From unemployment—or overwork—to divorce or remarriage, the challenges of newly blended families, not to mention everyday hassles, stress can feel non-stop. To top it off, technology confronts us with a barrage of seemingly urgent tasks 24/7. It’s no wonder things and people can make you lose your cool. In this landmark book you’ll find a very specific, powerful skill set designed to help you keep any scenario from pushing your buttons—and it works.   Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), created by world-renowned therapist Dr. Albert Ellis, provides you with realistic, simple, proven techniques that will significantly reduce your stress levels and help you react effectively, whether the circumstances are professional or personal. Discover:   *  Ten beliefs we use to let people and situations needlessly push our buttons   *  A powerful alternative to the kind of thinking that upsets us   *  The Fatal Foursome—feelings that sabotage you   *  How to change your irrational thinking using four key steps   Whether you’re dealing with colleagues, parents, kids, friends, or lovers, How to Keep People From Pushing Your Buttons will show you how to enjoy an active, vibrant, successful life.   “Don’t get mad or get even—get placid using these techniques for defusing difficult situations.” --Booklist
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subject_facet Adjustment (Psychology), Interpersonal conflict, Interpersonal relations, Rational emotive behavior therapy, Self-control
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title_full How to keep people from pushing your buttons / Albert Ellis and Arthur Lange
title_short How to keep people from pushing your buttons