Emotional healing



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When we experience trauma, loss or grief the pain can feel as if it will last forever. We begin to wonder if our old selves - the ones who felt hope and happiness and joy - are lost to us. And our emotions can lead us into damaging behaviours that compound our problems. Dr Harry Barry acknowledges there is no magic wand that will take our pain away completely, but he uses his clinical experience, combined with cognitive behavioural therapy, to show that emotional healing is always possible. You can put yourself back together with the simple exercises and straightforward advice that have helped countless others. 'Emotional Healing' is a practical, compassionate companion for anyone who feels that their emotional wounds are preventing them from fully embracing life. Learn to feel like yourself again.



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This is rock-solid, practical advice on how to heal yourself emotionally by a fine GP who knows his brain science and has long experience of helping people find their way through emotional crises. Above all, he does not medicalise the mind but instead offers a powerfully humane array of first-rate advice. Professor Ian Robertson, Professor Psychology, Trinity College Dublin and author of The Stress Test I want to reassure you that is always possible to put yourself back together again, and I have seen it happen many times with patients in my own medical practice.' If there was ever a reason to buy a self-help book, this quote captures it perfectly. Emotional distress is part of modern life. Emotional healing, explained in a most accessible way by Dr Barry, is your route back to good mental health. Probably his best book ever! Dr Muiris Houston, Medical Journalist and Health Analyst with The Irish Times An intensely powerful book filled with clear tools to help us survive and cope with some of the most profound moments in our lives. Moving and thoughtful. Bruce Daisley, author of the Sunday Times No. 1 bestseller The Joy of Work