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We dealth with co-dependency…we embraced emotional intelligence…now it’s time to explore emotional regression-the seemingly immature reactions triggered in ordinarily cool, competent adults. This book appeals to all of us who wonder why we feel like children when someone pushes our buttons. Sweaty palms…unbidden tears…an unstoppable out-burst of angry invective. We’ve all experienced moments when we lose control of a situation – and ourselves. Now, in the first book to explain the idea of emotional regression in easily understood language, best-selling author John Lee identifies the circumstances that cause these meltdowns and tantrums, shows how they are connected to events or feelings we experienced as children, and offers practical ways to “grow ourselves back up.” Lee shares methods he has developed in his popular workshops for recognizing regression in ourselves and in others, and uses simple exercises and visualizations to help us conquer the feelings of rage, inadequacy, and powerlessness that make us feel two feet tall and two years old.
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