Following on from the bestselling Mood Cards, psychotherapist Andrea Harrn releases her latest title, The Mood Book.
Psychology doesn’t have to be complicated. Featuring 100n moods, emotions, feelings, states of mind and quirks of personality, as well as some mood disorders, this book offers an accessible way to help you understand yourself, and also challenges your thinking so you can move forward in a positive way. With clear, straightforward advice on identifying signs and symptoms, how particular moods and emotions manifest, and support and guidance on how to deal with them, you can learn to identify your own obstacles, bring a common-sense approach to life difficulties, and increase your self-awareness. You can choose a mood to explore at random, or check the A–Z listing if you want to address something specific. Whether using the book for self-help, or for working with others as a parent or professional, now you can gain the clarity and confidence you need to reach your full potential.
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