9780806516707

How to Keep People from Pushing Your Buttons

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  • ISBN13:

    9780806516707

  • ISBN10:

    0806516704

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1995-01-01
  • Publisher: Citadel

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Summary

Ellis, the grandfather of Cognitive Behaviour,Therapy, provides readers with specific,realistic ways to keep people and events from,getting to them - now everyone can learn how to,react more effectively to antagonistic people and,behaviour. Readers can also alter their own,behaviour by analysing the irrational beliefs that,people use to let others needlessly push their,buttons, such as worrying too much about what,people think of them or trying too hard to please,everyone. With easy-to-follow instructions this is,a classic in the field of stress management.

Table of Contents

Introduction
How We Let People and Things Push Our Buttonsp. 3
Nutty Beliefs We Use to Let Others Push Our Buttonsp. 27
Realistic Preferences: A Powerful Alternative to the Nutty Thinking We Do That Upsets Usp. 45
Ten Nutty Beliefs That We Use to Let People and Situations Needlessly Push Our Buttonsp. 63
How to Change Your Irrational Thinking: Four Steps to Successp. 85
How to Keep People and Things From Pushing Your Buttons on the Jobp. 107
Spouses: The Ultimate Button-Pushersp. 123
Parenting: The Penultimate Testp. 149
A Plethora of Button-Pushersp. 171
Go Get 'Em!p. 193
Suggested Further Reading and Listeningp. 197
Indexp. 203
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