On this page you will find a list of the books I always recommend to my clients.
They are full of skills and tools to help you identify certain behaviors
and patterns and help you to support your evolution.
The Secret Language of Feelings : A Rational Approach to Emotional Mastery– by Calvin D. Banyan
All feelings are good, are feelings are there for a reason. Understanding what a feeling means and what satisfactory action we can take to fulfill that feeling is the first step for improving our daily life. Easily said, but to achieve that we must do the one thing: take the time to feel the feeling, then name the feeling, then assess if we are actually having a feeling that need to be dealt with. In some instance, we might be reacting to something that resonated with a past experience, and we must learn to let go.
This book is a great place to start when wanting to get in touch with our primary, secondary and tertiary feelings and learning their purpose in our life so we can act upon them appropriately and live a healthy lifestyle. I also gift that book to all my clients to further their evolution.
When it’s never about you: The People-Pleaser's Guide to Reclaiming Your Health, Happiness and Personal Freedom – by Ilene S. Cohen
What do you do if you whole life, you had to act as caretaker. Take care of your little sister, or you grandmother, or if it was how you had to behave to survive. By caretaker I mean you’ve had to tune yourself in to the feelings of the others around you. You had to know and adapt to how they felt before you were able to respond. Later, as a grown-up, this behavior might still be part of who you are. You like when everyone is happy, you want to make the room comfortable for everyone, you have a hard time to say no when someone needs your help. You don’t take the time anymore to put yourself as a priority, to know how you feel before rushing to help. You might have feelings that is contrary of what you’re doing, but you don’t want to make anyone upset and so, you don’t communicate how you really feel.
This book is a great resource to put in perspective how to respond to the people around us, with our true intent and without forgetting ourself in the process.
The Dance of Anger : A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships - by Harriett Lerner
We want it or not, the closest people around us are going to makes us feel angry one way or another sometimes in our life. Anger is not a bad feeling, it’s actually pretty healthy to feel anger because it indicates us that something is bothering us, that it might be unfair and that we have to do something about it, how simply that we have to change our perspective. The problem that arise with anger is how we communicate it and respond with it. Anger is not about the other person thing they did or not do, it’s about how WE feel towards that exact situation.
This books give you insight about being able to switch form victimization and communicate to the other why we feel how we feel, in a calm, patient and respectful way. We cannot change someone else behaviors, but by changing our own, we may as well break an unhealthy pattern that was held for years.
Lighter: Eliminate Emotional Eating & Create Lasting and Healthy Habits to Lose Weight & Keep It Off for Life Without the Struggle – by Erika Flint
We know what we should do to loose weight, so why is so difficult to do? Habits, behaviors, distraction,
programming, everything leads us to revert to food for comfort. It’s just so easily accessible, and we
have been conditioned such a certain way by society that we have lost touch within ourselves that we
should only eat when we are actually hungry. Most people simply eat too much, even when the food is
healthy, too much food is still too much food and will end up in weight gain.
This books is full of tips and advices on how to manage the way we look at food and feed ourselves in
our daily life, and how to really pay attention to what we consume to never be hungry without getting
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