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90 Seconds to a Life You Love How To Manage Your Most Difficult Feelings And Building The Emotional Strength You Need To Create The Life Of Your Dreams Sadness, Shame, Helplessness, Anger, Embarrassment, Disappointment, Frustration, And Vulnerability In 30 Years As A Practicing Psychologist, Dr Joan Rosenberg Has Found That What Most Often Blocks People From Success And Feeling Capable In Life Is The Inability To Experience, Move Through, And Handle These 8 Unpleasant Feelings Knowing How To Deal With Intense, Overwhelming, Or Uncomfortable Feelings Is Essential To Building Confidence, Emotional Strength, And Resilience Yet When We Distract Or Disconnect From These Feelings, We Move Away From Confidence, Health, And Our Desired Pursuits, Ultimately Undermining Our Ability To Fully Realize Our Ambitions.Neuroscientists Suggest That The Biological Lifespan Of A Feeling, Often Known First Through Bodily Sensations, Lasts Approximately 90 Seconds Dr Rosenberg Teaches Readers To Be Aware, Consciously Lean Into, And Balance These Unpleasant Emotions By Riding One Or 90 Second Waves Of The Bodily Sensations By Staying Present To These 8 Feelings, We Cultivate The Confidence That We Can Handle Life S Challenges And The Deep Sense We Can Pursue Whatever We Want.Combining Than Three Decades Of Clinical Experience With Aspects Of Clinical Psychology, Mindfulness, And Neuroscience Research,90 Seconds To A Life You Love Is A Strategic And Practical Guide On Building Core Emotional Strength, Reducing Anxiety, And Developing The Confidence You Need To Create A Life Of Your Design A Life You Love.

10 thoughts on “90 Seconds to a Life You Love

  1. says:

    A boring book that s longer than necessary The short version is acknowledge your feelings and move on.

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    From the title, I was hoping this was along the lines of the meditation books I ve been reading lately kind of a mindful awareness of feelings as a way to endure and overcome them And yes, it included that, but in a trademarked kind of way The trademarked Rosenberg Reset is the main focus of the book, but there are plenty of other trademarked terms soulful depression , The Emotional Awareness Grid, Compliment Blockers, etc., etc That emphasis on the author s trademarked terms ideas rubbed me the wrong way The other difference between this and the meditation stuff is Rosenberg focuses on finding yourself your values, etc vs meditation s universal selfless focus.I wasn t crazy about the first 2 chapters and almost didn t continue reading But starting with the 3rd chapter, I found some useful things And there was definitely some good stuff for me towards the end I liked the section on embracing and believing others compliments I even started a section in my journal for compiling compliments received And the section on congruence really living and speaking the things you say are important to you gave me some insights I ...

  3. says:

    The reset will be really helpfulVery helpful book on building resilience and managing emotions Includes a lot that I can use right away and some takeaways that will benefit from deeper thought.

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    The author s identification of difficult feelings is valid and helpful, although I believe she downplays and minimizes the lasting effects of trauma Also, I laughed at a lot of the bull shitty trademarked terms, but that s just me.I don t see myself putting very much of this into practice this is a self help book strongly geared toward women and their emotional lives but I did get something out of the part about speaking up This is something I struggle with, along with naming negative emotions I m feeling for me, it s always been hurt or upset combined with intensity Overall, she s not wrong, but this book message isn t for everyone For people who like to think about feelings, probably a great read For the stoic among us, probably n...

  5. says:

    Whoa this book is fantastic I have always loved self help type books but lately stopped reading them.They all seem to say the same things or ideas that I already have heard before This book actually is tea...

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    Seems hokey and gimmicky, but it s filled with concrete steps you can take It was very helpful for me.

  8. says:

    A new fav self help author Joan s approach is calm, rational and solution based which I really like This book spoke to me I foresee rereading it in times of need.