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How to Live With a Neurotic

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Published by Wilshire Book Company .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Psychology,
  • General,
  • Neuropsychology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8131149M
ISBN 100879804041
ISBN 109780879804046

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Cat owners know the truth: cats, in fact, own them and their feline needs must be metsooner rather than later. In this delightfully irreverent book, highlighted by Jackie Geyer's evocative illustrations, the author of the highly successful, How to Live with a Neurotic Dog, offers coping mechanisms for those who struggle with the endless task of keeping their cats pampered/5. the book is very insightful in terms of the problems that can come up that make people hard to live with. It talks of many instances and ways of thinking that can get in the way of good relationships with others and a better level of confidence/5.   Stephen Baker is the author of twenty one books, including How to Live with a Neurotic Cat. A former advertising creative director and columnist for Advertising Age, Baker is now president of his own advertising and marketing firm in New York City/5(9). Cat owners know the truth: cats, in fact, own them and their feline needs must be met--sooner rather than later. In this delightfully irreverent book, highlighted by Jackie Geyer's evocative illustrations, the author of the highly successful, How to Live with a Neurotic Dog, offers coping mechanisms for those who struggle with the endless task of keeping their cats pampered and therefore happy.

housebreaking; summary of chapter 2; chapter 3-sleeping habits of the neurotic dog; summary of chapter 3; chapter 4-how to dress and groom the neurotic dog; summary of chapter 4; chapter 5-traveling with the neurotic dog; summary of chapter 5; chapter 6-feeding the neurotic dog; summary of chapter 6. chapter 7-the neurotic dog vs.   Stephen Baker is the author of twenty one books, including How to Live with a Neurotic Cat. A former advertising creative director and columnist for Advertising Age, Baker is now president of his own advertising and marketing firm in New York City/5(6). How to Live with a Neurotic Dog is like a bright red fire hydrant on an otherwise dark street. This book will help you understand your dog's idiosyncrasies, such as why your canine companion insists on squeezing between you and your partner in bed, his aversion to soap and water, and the break-neck speed at which he devours his food/5(). How to Live With a Neurotic: At Home and at Work. Albert Ellis. Crown Publishing Group, - Medical - pages. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. I was more interested in a general book on rational emotive behavior therapy, but there were few to be found, 4/5(1).

For the wives, husbands or parents of roughly 30% of the people, this book of explanation and applied advice may be of some help and Dr. Ellis uses recognizable illustrations, writes on a familiar level. How to recognize the symptoms of emotional disturbance (indecision, inadequacy, doubt, guilt, fear, etc.); how these disturbances originate and the attitudes at home- or at large- which. Sure you regard your pet as your best friend and most loyal companion, but, while you may be loathe to admit it, sometimes it's just a sad fact that your best friend is a little bit crazy. This book is a must read for every dog owner who's baffled by their dog's quirky habits and strange behaviors, which may include the need to chew up old blankets, repetitiously lick the wood floor, or bark 3/5(1). How to live with a neurotic. If you are married there’s at least one chance in five that your husband or wife is emotionally disturbed. Here a recognized authority offers advice on. Dr. Albert Ellis. One of the most frequent questions asked by my patients and acquaintances is, "About what percentage of people would you say are neurotic?”.   Encourage the person to seek treatment. A neurotic person can benefit greatly from therapy to unlearn the negative beliefs (such as that he is unlovable) that are driving his neurotic tendencies. Psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, art or music therapy, psychoactive drugs, and relaxation exercises can all help treat a neurotic disorder%(15).