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Beyond Flight Or Fight

Author : Sunny Weber
ISBN : 0996661212
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Is your dog fearful, acting out, or just not fitting in? Maybe your dog is stuck in flight or fight mode. Whether you have taken a fearful dog into your home, or you work professionally to save dog lives, Beyond Flight or Fight will give you the tools to help you gently move your dog beyond flight or fight to a life free of anxiety and filled with what we all want them to have: dog joy. *Use your understanding of how fear works to guide your dog in moving beyond it. *Help your dog think and solve problem behavior. *Launch a fulfilling dog-human relationship. Fearful dogs can be saved and have quality lives, free of anxiety and filled with peace.

Fight And Flight

Author : Georgia Burdett
ISBN : 9781786835291
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ron Berry (1920–97) is one of the most remarkably astute yet relatively neglected twentieth-century Rhondda writers. An avid walker, birdwatcher, ‘potcher’, sportsman and miner, Berry is the product of a distinctive Rhondda landscape; the formidable peaks of Pen Pych and Cefn Nant y Gwair were to be a continuing source of inspiration for him in his writing. His idiosyncratic viewpoints, of which there are many, are reflected in both his memoir and fiction. As the first sustained critical study of his work, this collection seeks a literal, physical and chronological ‘zooming-outwards’, from the man himself to the personal and literary geographies and communities in which he was posited, to his creative legacy.
Category: Literary Criticism

Beyond The Seas

Author : Oswald John F. Crawfurd
ISBN : OXFORD:590269845
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Canadian Literature

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ISBN : UCAL:B3662071
Genre : Canadian literature
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Category: Canadian literature


Author : Roger A. Lewin
ISBN : UOM:39015038127893
Genre : Psychology
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The practice of psychotherapy is not simply a matter of technique, but depends on one's entire way of looking at the world, especially at that which is dark and difficult in human experience. Compassion, the intelligent pursuit of kindness, lies at the very heart of the psychotherapeutic enterprise. Using examples drawn from life inside and outside the consulting room, Roger A. Lewin explores the meanings, encounters, and quandaries that arise with the quest to be compassionate. The author considers compassion as a virtue at once personal and political, which both depends on and helps create a social and cultural climate. He considers compassion as it relates to the capacity to listen, to hurting and being hurt, to dependency, to joy, to grieving, to homelessness, to drug use, to institutional life, to evil, and to the self. He uses the understanding of compassion as a way to link what goes on inside the consulting room with what goes on outside it. To reflect on compassion is to seek a tuning fork for the heart, so that we can keep our passion in that part of our living and loving we call work. This helps therapists to be engaged and receptive. While such reflection may sometimes make us uncomfortable, the comfort that comes from remaining numb is ultimately more unbearable.
Category: Psychology

Fight Flight Feel

Author : Tim Thomas
ISBN : 9780648460435
Genre : Self-Help
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Tim Thomas, former Special Forces Commando, knows about fear and the feelings of 'fight and flight' - but he also knows about harnessing some important insights to move beyond fear to a more connected life; one where you connect with others and re-connect with yourself and your potential. Tim Thomas served in Afghanistan and East Timor as a Commando. Since leaving the Army in 2010, Tim has worked in the veteran recovery space, helping other veterans on their journey of healing post-service.
Category: Self-Help

Beyond Economics

Author : Kenneth Ewart Boulding
ISBN : 0472168002
Genre : Economics
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Category: Economics

Gestalt Therapy And Beyond

Author : Eric H. Marcus
ISBN : UCLA:31158011384269
Genre : Gestalt psychology
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Category: Gestalt psychology

Beyond Time Out

Author : John Stewart
ISBN : UVA:X004525316
Genre : Behavior disorders in children
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Category: Behavior disorders in children

Language Beyond Postmodernism

Author : Eugene Gendlin
ISBN : 9780810113596
Genre : Philosophy
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Eugene Gendlin's contribution to the theory of language is the focus of this collection of essays edited by David Michael Levin. This compilation of critical studies--each followed by a comment from Gendlin himself--investigates how concepts grow out of experience, and explores relations between Gendlin's philosophy of language and experience and the philosophies of Wittgenstein, Dilthey, and Heidegger.
Category: Philosophy

Beyond Homo Sapiens

Author : Mariú Suárez
ISBN : 1456887807
Genre : History
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Beyond Homo Sapiens – Enlightened Faith, is the last book of the Beyond Homo Sapiens trilogy. It concludes the series’ mystical/political review of the historical events of the last 5,000 years with the struggle of progressive thinkers and activists to help people recognize their universality and achieve enlightenment during the last 140 years. The ongoing fight for human rights and social justice is a battle against the interests of the privileged few who work to stay in power by keeping the masses anchored in their automatic reactions of self-defense and in-fighting, immediate gratification and reproduction. Advances in human knowledge can lead us to our next phase of evolution, one that must be made consciously. Quantum physics has shown us that the wall of separation we perceive between everything that exists in the universe and therefore, between matter and energy, subject and object, is not really there. Matter is not solid and space is not empty. The same particles that make up a table are interwoven with the air around it and with the table’s owner. Once all of humanity accepts this vision of matter as a single but multiform creative energy event, we can begin a new era and the possibility of enlightened faith.
Category: History

Beyond Fear

Author : Robert Handly
ISBN : 0892563230
Genre : Anxiety
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Offering step-by-step advice for overcoming specific fears--from flying and public speaking to shyness--this guide features a program for fear eradication and advice on using neurolinguistic programming and body therapy
Category: Anxiety

Beyond Shyness How To Conquer Social Anxiety Step

Author : Jonathan Berent
ISBN : 1439147698
Genre : Psychology
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Through interactive exercises and supportive, encouraging words, Beyond Shyness gives shy people a new chance in the social world. Almost everyone feels shy or slightly stressed in certain kinds of situations -- with new people, on a job interview, or on a first date. Jonathan Berent has helped thousands who suffer from shyness become calm, confident, and socially adept. He shows how even extremely shy people can overcome the low self-esteem and frustration that settle in after years of social disappointments and rejection, and gradually move toward mastery of the situations they find most difficult. * Learn about treatment for adults, teenagers, and children (with special advice for parents) * Practice specific goal-setting exercises and new treatment techniques * Overcome symptoms that block careers, relationships, and personal fulfillment * Conquer the entire range of problems -- from mild shyness to crippling social phobias * Achieve lasting self-esteem Through interactive exercises and supportive, encouraging words, Beyond Shyness gives shy people a new chance in the social world, a chance at ease in situations that have long been agonizing. Berent shows how to instill a healing confidence and replace rejection with real self-respect.
Category: Psychology

Beginnings Beyond

Author : Laurel Hughes
ISBN : 0534236588
Genre : Psychology
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In this practical text, Laurel Hughes offers self-testing and practical applications and suggestions, so that students learn to deal with problems they face in their own lives. With the beginning psychology student in mind, she explains basic concepts of psychology with detailed applications and analyses. Hughes offers a humanistic approach to the book by including her own personal stories at the end of each chapter to provide a model of self-analysis and a review of chapter concepts.
Category: Psychology

Beyond The Flight Of Birds

Author : Lois Carnell
ISBN : 0373160283
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Beyond Flight Of Bir by Lois Carnell released on Aug 25, 1983 is available now for purchase.

Beyond Termination

Author : Myra Marshall
ISBN : 0805460152
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion