If so, then learning to adapt emotionally can help you.
They are all due to the emotion that gives rise to your moods and feelings and affects how you behave, what you do and what you think. For this reason they are properly called emotional problems.
Addictions – Agoraphobia – Anger and rage – Anxiety – Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) – Bereavement – Claustrophobia – Depersonalisation – Depression – Despair – Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia and obesity) – Fear – Fear of dying – Fear of flying – Greed – Guilt – Irritability – Jealousy – Lack of confidence – Mental illness – Midlife crisis – Moodiness – Nervousness – Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) – Panic – Personality disorder – Phobias – Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – Relationship problems – Resentment – Sexual problems – Spiritual crisis – Stress – Workaholism – or any other emotional difficulties.
The best way to stop them and to prevent them recurring is to develop the strength, resilience and skills to cope with the emotion that gives rise to them.
By following the simple, but not always easy, instructions in Adaptation Practice you can develop the necessary strength and skills for life.
You will be taught, shown and supported in adapting yourself to circumstances wherever you are.
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