How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People

In How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People, Dr. Bernstein demonstrates, step by step, how to do them.

How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People

In his international bestseller, Dinosaur Brains, psychologist Albert J. Bernstein told readers how to deal with difficult people at work. Now, in a groundbreaking new book, Bernstein tackles a more serious problem that profoundly affects the lives of millions of people: walking time bombs. How do you help a friend who explodes into panic attacks? What do you say when a depressed family member bursts into tears? How do you protect yourself when a stranger blows up in your face? Too often, our choices make matters worse. But it isn't our fault. All that we feel, and much of what we hear directs us to defend the fearful, comfort the sad, and talk sense to the angry, regardless of the utter futility of these well-meaning actions. Moment to moment, people with mental disorders stand at the crossroads between getting better and getting worse. For disorders to heal, medicine, psychotherapy, the encouragement of friends, and the kindness of strangers must all point explosive people toward a single direction. People with anxiety disorders must turn and face their fear rather than running away Depressed people cannot wait to feel better to do the things that will make them feel better Angry people have to recognize that anger is something they do, not a reaction to what is done to them Reaching these goals sometimes requires stunning feats of mind over matter. In How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People, Dr. Bernstein demonstrates, step by step, how to do them.

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How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People

But thinking in terms of manipulation is not helpful in understanding or deal- ing effectively with emotional explosions. It's a judgment, and manipula- tion is generally considered a bad thing to do to someone (despite the fact that ...

How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People

In his international bestseller, Dinosaur Brains, psychologist Albert J. Bernstein told readers how to deal with difficult people at work. Now, in a groundbreaking new book, Bernstein tackles a more serious problem that profoundly affects the lives of millions of people: walking time bombs. How do you help a friend who explodes into panic attacks? What do you say when a depressed family member bursts into tears? How do you protect yourself when a stranger blows up in your face? Too often, our choices make matters worse. But it isn't our fault. All that we feel, and much of what we hear directs us to defend the fearful, comfort the sad, and talk sense to the angry, regardless of the utter futility of these well-meaning actions. Moment to moment, people with mental disorders stand at the crossroads between getting better and getting worse. For disorders to heal, medicine, psychotherapy, the encouragement of friends, and the kindness of strangers must all point explosive people toward a single direction. People with anxiety disorders must turn and face their fear rather than running away Depressed people cannot wait to feel better to do the things that will make them feel better Angry people have to recognize that anger is something they do, not a reaction to what is done to them Reaching these goals sometimes requires stunning feats of mind over matter. In How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People, Dr. Bernstein demonstrates, step by step, how to do them.

The One Way Relationship Workbook

Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications. Bernstein, A.J. 2001. Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry. New York: McGraw-Hill. _____. 2003. How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People. New 214 References.

The One Way Relationship Workbook

When you interact with a friend, family member, intimate partner, or coworker who is a narcissist, there's no give and take. The relationship only goes one way-their way-and you constantly have to adjust your own expectations and behavior to meet their standards. That's because people with narcissistic personality disorder, or NPD, are preoccupied with seeking admiration and power and find it difficult to empathize with others' feelings. And, as if maintaining a good relationship with a narcissist weren't hard enough, most narcissists do not realize or believe that they have a disorder at all. That's why The One-Way Relationship Workbook was created to help you effectively improve and ultimately transform your relationship with the self-absorbed, self-centered, or narcissistic individuals in your life.

Laziness Does Not Exist

Stop Rewarding Inappropriate Behavior In his book How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People, the psychologist Albert J. Bernstein discusses how providing tons of mental-health support to demanding friends can create a self-defeating ...

Laziness Does Not Exist

From social psychologist Dr. Devon Price, a conversational, stirring call to “a better, more human way to live” (Cal Newport, New York Times bestselling author) that examines the “laziness lie”—which falsely tells us we are not working or learning hard enough. Extra-curricular activities. Honors classes. 60-hour work weeks. Side hustles. Like many Americans, Dr. Devon Price believed that productivity was the best way to measure self-worth. Price was an overachiever from the start, graduating from both college and graduate school early, but that success came at a cost. After Price was diagnosed with a severe case of anemia and heart complications from overexertion, they were forced to examine the darker side of all this productivity. Laziness Does Not Exist explores the psychological underpinnings of the “laziness lie,” including its origins from the Puritans and how it has continued to proliferate as digital work tools have blurred the boundaries between work and life. Using in-depth research, Price explains that people today do far more work than nearly any other humans in history yet most of us often still feel we are not doing enough. Filled with practical and accessible advice for overcoming society’s pressure to do more, and featuring interviews with researchers, consultants, and experiences from real people drowning in too much work, Laziness Does Not Exist “is the book we all need right now” (Caroline Dooner, author of The F*ck It Diet).

This Is Our Life

What happens in the research space within the museum, when indigenous people meet historic objects for the first time in a long, long while, can be emotionally explosive. People handle this in different ways.

This Is Our Life

In September 2009, twenty-one members of the Haida Nation went to the Pitt Rivers Museum and the British Museum to work with several hundred heritage treasures. Featuring contributions from all the participants and a rich selection of illustrations, This Is Our Life details the remarkable story of the Haida Project � from the planning to the encounter and through the years that followed. A fascinating look at the meaning behind objects, the value of repatriation, and the impact of historical trajectories like colonialism, this is also a story of the understanding that grew between the Haida people and museum staff.

Principle Centered Leadership

How would an immature parent treat a teenage daughter when she interrupts with her problems? How does this parent discipline a bothersome younger child? How does this person handle a difference with a spouse on an emotionally explosive ...

Principle Centered Leadership

An inspirational and practical guide to leadership from the New York Times–bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Covey, named one of Time magazine’s 25 Most Influential Americans, is a renowned authority on leadership, whose insightful advice has helped millions. In his follow-up to The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, he poses these fundamental questions: How do we as individuals and organizations survive and thrive amid tremendous change? Why are efforts to improve falling so short in real results? How do we unleash the creativity, talent, and energy within ourselves and others? Is it realistic to believe that balance among personal and professional life is possible? The key to dealing with the challenges that we face is to identify a principle-centered core within ourselves and our institutions. In Principle-Centered Leadership, Covey outlines a long-term, inside-out approach to developing people and organizations. Offering insights and guidelines on how to apply these principles both at work and at home, Covey posits that these steps will lead not only to an increase in productivity and quality of work, but also to a new appreciation of personal and professional relationships as we strive to enjoy a more balanced, rewarding, and ultimately more effective life. “There seems to be no limit to the number of writers offering answers to the great perplexities of life. Covey, however, is the North Star in this field . . . without hesitation, strongly recommended.” —Library Journal

The Art of Empathy

reinvigorate the relationship. ... Certainly, you don't want to spend your life around emotionally repressive or emotionally explosive people (that's exhausting for anyone, but it's especially problematic for people who want to become ...

The Art of Empathy

What if there were a single skill that could directly and radically improve your relationships and your emotional life? Empathy, teaches Karla McLaren, is that skill. With The Art of Empathy, she teaches us how to perceive and feel the experiences of others with clarity and authenticity—to connect with them more deeply and effectively. Informed by current insights from neuroscience, social psychology, and healing traditions, this book explores: Why empathy is not a mystical phenomenon but a natural, innate ability that we can strengthen and develop How to identify and regulate our emotions and boundaries The process of shifting into the perspective of others How to provide support in a sensitive and healthy way Insights for navigating our hyper-connected social landscape Targeted chapters for improving family, workplace, and intimate relationships Ways to expand our empathy to our community, global levels of society, and the natural world More than ever, reflects Karla McLaren, the time for empathy has come. The Art of Empathy brings welcome, practical guidance for mastering this essential life skill.

I Wish I d Said That

We try to avoid this person because we don't want to deal with the explosion when it comes . Think back to the last time you dealt with an explosive person and your emotions , rather than your communication style , to control the ...

 I Wish I d Said That

For anyone who's ever said, ``I wish I hadn't said that;'' or ``I wish I'd said what I was really thinking;'' this is for you. Based on the six styles of communication (noble, socratic, reflective, magistrate, candidate, senator), it shows you how to deal with difficult people who create stress and problems; how to influence your boss, colleagues and subordinates; and ultimately how to get the results you want. ``Talking scenarios'' reveal what it ``sounds'' like when people talk their way into or out of trouble. You'll also discover how to create the sound of success and deal with styles of people who communicate such as Woody Allen, Margaret Thatcher or Geraldo Rivera. Communication Style Profile Tests enable you to measure how effectively you communicate.

Living Happily As An Adult Baby

As damaging as the emotional numbing can be, it does not protect people from anxiety or sometimes explosive emotional outbursts. You would think being emotionally numb would inoculate someone against anxiety and emotional outbursts.

Living Happily As An Adult Baby

Understanding. Knowledge. Insight. It is the goal of most people and humanity in general to understand and to gain knowledge. To understand our natural world. To understand space. To understand those things so tiny we can never see them. We want to understand what other people are saying, insight into what they are feeling and what makes them tick. For most people, it is natural to want to understand more about a wide variety of topics and disciplines. Perhaps the most important understanding of them all is the knowledge of self. Adult babies have traditionally not fared well in the area of understanding of ourselves. The few professional attempts to explain ABDL behaviour and thinking have been less than helpful and often insulting and deeply offensive. Being described as a paraphilia alongside and adjacent to paedophilia and other serious disorders has been the nightmare that has haunted the community for a generation. Slowly however, the light has been dawning on the extraordinary world of the adult baby. The first step was the recognition that being an adult baby is no mere affectation, fetish or odd choice of behaviour. It was the understanding that the baby self is a genuine and subjectively real identity. Not a thing, not a concept or a feeling, but an identity. A few professionals have belatedly drifted onto the scene and made a few inroads, but they have been well behind the small group of hard-working ABDLs themselves who have sought to build a body of understanding on who we are. Knowing who we are is the key to success, happiness and the ability to move forward. The works of B. Terrance Grey, Rosalie and Michael Bent led the way to building an intellectual basis of understanding of who Adult babies are. Then came Dylan Lewis, whose canon of work in this area has no peer. This new book – Living Happily as an Adult Baby – makes a promise in its title that is almost obscene in its arrogance. Adult Babies have often struggled with the power of their baby identity and happiness - especially long-term happiness – has often eluded them. This work is commended to all adult babies, their family and friends as it seeks to further humanity’s understanding of this most complex identity structure. The Adult Baby.

Working With People With Challenging Behaviors A Guide for Maintaining Positive Relationships

At that point, life is getting to be more than the person can handle. ... Respect his extreme emotional sensitivity and vulnerability. Protect this susceptible, explosive person from having to deal with too much at once.

Working With People With Challenging Behaviors  A Guide for Maintaining Positive Relationships

Case studies of persons with developmental disabilities, autism, fetal alcohol syndrome, mental handicaps with practical approaches.

Psychiatric mental Health Nursing

The media gives a great deal of attention to people with mental illness who commit aggressive acts. ... These sudden intense spells of anger typically occur in situations in which the depressed person feels emotionally trapped.

Psychiatric mental Health Nursing

This fully updated Fifth Edition explores the full psychiatric nursing curriculum, from theoretical foundations to application of interventions for commonly encountered disorders. The focus is on treatment modalities, nursing care, therapeutic communication, and self-awareness. The built-in study guide helps reinforce student learning and knowledge retention. Abundant features highlight the most pertinent learning concepts.

Understanding Grief

They are, therefore, behaviors that are most often upsetting to the people around you and even to yourself. My goal is to help you understand the nature of explosive emotions. Also, I encourage you to give yourself permission to feel ...

Understanding Grief

This classic resource helps guide the bereaved person through the loss of a loved one, and provides an opportunity to learn to live with and work through the personal grief process.

Feeling Together and Caring with One Another

Your respective emotional responses to this unforeseen occurrence are very different in character. Being an explosive person, you respond with anger and have to control yourself to avoid giving a rather infantile impression.

Feeling Together and Caring with One Another

This book examines the human ability to participate in moments of joint feeling. It presents an answer to the question concerning the nature of our faculty to share in what might be called episodes of collective affective intentionality. The proposal develops the claim that our capacity to participate in such episodes is grounded in an ability central to our human condition: our capacity to care with one another about certain things. The author provides a phenomenologically adequate account of collective affective intentionality that takes seriously the idea that feelings are at the core of our emotional relation to the world. He details a form of group emotional orientation that relies on the fact that the participating individuals have come to share a number of concerns. Readers will learn that at the heart of a collective affective intentional episode, one does not merely find a set of shared concerns, but also a particular mode of caring. In the end, the argument presented in this monograph makes plausible the idea that the emotions through which humans participate in moments of affective intentional community express our nature. In addition, it shows that the debate on collective affective intentionality also permits us to better understand the relationship between two conflicting philosophical pictures of ourselves: the idea that we are essentially social beings and the claim that we are creatures for whom our personal existence is an issue. Thus, aiming at an elucidation of the nature of our ability to feel together, the book offers a detailed account of what it is to situationally express our human nature by caring about something in a properly joint manner.

The Anger Management Workbook

In this book "The Anger Management Workbook: A 4-Step Guide To Managing Emotions, Breaking The Cycle Of Irritability And Taming Your Explosive Anger" We will discover: What really causes Anger and How to Counter it; 7 Effective and Useful ...

The Anger Management Workbook

Have you ever thought of someone who did something really bad for you? Maybe they embarrassed you in front of many people, maybe they punched you or made you feel small, or maybe they beat you and you really haven't gotten around to forgiving them. Maybe a mental image of a past lover flashes into your mind and the only thing you can think about is how that person hurt you, made you feel small or betrayed. Perhaps the image of a boss comes to mind and you feel that you were trapped in that job and that you did not get appreciated.You did not get the promotions you felt you deserved. What happens when these things take place? You know that anger is ruining your life, but you don't know how to stop it? If it has happened to you before, keep reading on....... Now Anger management problems are indeed a real problem that many people struggle with; I was one of these people. There is still hope though. Don't lose confidence in yourself. Like all emotional states, feelings, even anger cannot be completely eradicated as it is an essential part of the human experience. What to do then? What to do when these emotions tend to wear and overwhelm us? Should we get rid of it? No, absolutely no. In fact, we can manage them. Or rather, we can improve our ability to manage them by channeling them in a healthy way. In this book "The Anger Management Workbook: A 4-Step Guide To Managing Emotions, Breaking The Cycle Of Irritability And Taming Your Explosive Anger" We will discover: What really causes Anger and How to Counter it; 7 Effective and Useful Techniques to reduce Frustration and Worries; How to Channel your Anger Creatively; 4 Ways to Deal Properly with Anger; How to Easily process your Feelings of Anger Some Practical Exercises to stay Relaxed, Calm, and Peaceful....... And much more!.... Do you think it is too difficult for you? Do you believe that your angry emotions are impossible to control? Don't worry. Even if everything seems useless now, give yourself the opportunity to address your feelings constructively. Don't make excuses. Test yourself again and again until you master everything. What are you waiting for? Click the Buy Now button and find out how to manage your emotions.

Emotional Intelligence For Anger Management

This book covers the following topics: Discover what is Emotional Intelligence How to Improve Emotional Intelligence What E.I. can do for your family, friends and work Be a better leader; Learn how to deal with anger Why do you need to ...

Emotional Intelligence For Anger Management

Do you worry about the future? Are you obsessed over the past? Do you give responsibility for your actions to your emotions? Do you want to learn how to use emotional intelligence and anger management? If yes, then keep reading! The world is bad, nobody can be trusted, so sometimes we need to wear beautiful armor that will protect us from suffering... What does this armor hide? Our emotional part, our heart that expected something else and received nothing. Emotions often lead us to sabotage our chances of success by saying or doing things we often regret. What can teach us how to take advantage of our emotions is Emotional Intelligence. According to the experts, this quality is vital for a career and possessing this ability is even more important than having a high IQ: most successful people have a good level of EI. Emotional intelligence has become a key skill for companies and leaders, if cultivated, it could be improved by up to 70%. Decades of studies have shown that the best leaders and teams have achieved their excellent results by having high emotional and social skills, including self-control, resilience under stress, empathy, influence and teamwork. You realize outrage is harming your life, yet you don't have the vaguest idea of how to fix it. Intelligence is a handbook for everything regarding the emotional quotient, abbreviated EQ. It discusses the different facets of EQ from why we have feelings to when we need them. It explains why emotional intelligence could take you beyond IQ in life, without inherently diminishing the crucial role that book smarts play in your life. It also goes to burst the common misconceptions regarding current emotional intelligence, thereby helping you to separate the realities from the misunderstandings. This book covers the following topics: Discover what is Emotional Intelligence How to Improve Emotional Intelligence What E.I. can do for your family, friends and work Be a better leader; Learn how to deal with anger Why do you need to challenge anger? Have more complete and satisfying family and relationships; Make more sensible decisions; Have a higher level of self-esteem and self-confidence; And so much more! When an emotion is not properly expressed or felt, it becomes like water trapped in a dam. The pressure grows and grows at every situation you encounter while bottling up that emotion adds its own pressure to the dam. Finally, when the dam breaks, the emotional tidal wave that explodes can quite literally run roughshod all over your life. This is commonly seen in people without anger management or who have explosive anger issues. No emotion is immune to the proverbial dam that they can get trapped behind. Unfortunately, when the tidal wave is unleashed, it is often over the single one last drop that broke through the dam. That drop might be small and insignificant, but the entire weight of the tidal wave comes out with it. Ready to get started? Click the BUY NOW button!

Emotional Vampires In Your Life Dealing With Difficult People

The negative people of the world are negative for a reason. ... the instantaneous tension that appears out of thin air when a negative person opens their mouth or even walks in the room, when a hotheaded explosive temper blows the roof ...

Emotional Vampires In Your Life  Dealing With Difficult People

Emotional Vampires in Your Life: Dealing with Difficult People by Peter Kornfeld uncovers explosive strategies to effectively deal with difficult people. He offers sound advice and practical solutions identifying the vampires of the world using you. * Feeling emotional and physically drained * Communicating negatively * Increased anxiety * Patterns of uncharacteristic negativity * Established depression and deep dark internal sadness These are all Red Flags signaling you to run from the negative. The author unveils dynamite tips and tricks to prepare yourself in recognizing difficult people, armed with strategic moves to diffuse the situation and bolt are factors in point that will deem you victor in the battle of good versus evil. Kornfeld encourages and motivates positive change that draws in luck and good fortune, booting bad luck and all followers to the curb. Let's get started!

The Complete Mental Health Directory

... 1028 Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters , 1298 Helping Hand , 1583 Helping Parents ... In Your Family : A Guide for Siblings and Offspring , 1360 How to Deal with Emotionally Explosive People , 26 How ...

The Complete Mental Health Directory

Provides comprehensive coverage of 27 specific mental health disorders, from adjustment disorders to tic disorders, including a separate section devoted to pediatric and adolescent issues, as well as support systems and other resources.

Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder

BPD expert Dr. Shari Manning helps overwhelmed loved ones understand why their spouse, adult child, or other family member acts so "impossible" - and learn to respond differently.

Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder

People with BPD can be compassionate, caring, smart, and funny, but they are also prone to explosive emotional outbursts and highly self-destructive acts. BPD expert Dr. Shari Manning helps overwhelmed loved ones understand why their spouse, adult child, or other family member acts so "impossible" - and learn to respond differently.

There Is Power in Living

learn how to manage your human resources with the people with whom you wish to maintain a loving relationship. There are two points of this spectrum—being too explosive with your feelings and desires, or not being open enough.

There Is Power in Living

Do you want to change or improve your life? Do you want to achieve your dreams and find meaning in your life? There is Power in Living by Dustin Warncke is one of the best guides available because it presents both spiritual and practical tactics to help improve your life for the better. In this book, Warncke explores many topics such as: -Discovering happiness and inner peace -Learning how to leave the past behind and learn from it -Exploring how to achieve your goals and follow your dreams -Finding meaning in living and loving -Understanding yourself and other people As well as much, much more. Dustin Warncke has helped hundreds of people improve their lives and define ways to achieve their dreams. This book combines many insights and experiences together with popular psychology to prove that there is truly power in living...