- Häftad (Paperback)
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- Pearson Life
- Hasson, Gill
- 215 x 140 x 15 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 280 g
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That no matter what life threw at you, whatever challenges you faced, you could keep moving forward to build a happy and successful life.
With Bounce you can.
Nobody goes through life without ups and downs. We all suffer similar misfortunes bereavement, accident, illness, rejection, redundancy, debt. The key to living the life you want is how you react to the things that happen to you.
With bounce you are ready to face any adversity, nothing is frightening, no problem is insurmountable, every experience makes you stronger you can keep on bouncing towards your dreams and goals.
Bounce is your resilience handbook. Full of powerful techniques and inspirational stories, it will help you build an invincible armour of courage and strength to change your life for the better.
Whatever the future holds, whatever happens to you, with Bounce, you can overcome and achieve anything you want.
Ready to bounce?
Bounce is enjoyable and uplifting. It uses real life experiences to enlighten and inspire, and is full of practical exercises to boost resilience ready for whatever lies ahead.
Nicky Conlan, Counsellor and Trainer with Relate
I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a practical and positive guide to building resilience and achieving life goals.
Donna Butler, Psychotherapist (UKCP)
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Sue Hadfield and Gill Hasson are both teachers who believe it is possible to achieve what you want in life. Sue taught English in comprehensive schools for twenty years and also ran the school libraries. She has spent the last ten years teaching adults creative writing, study skills, assertiveness, and career and personal development at University of Sussex and for community groups. Sue also delivers workshops for foster carers on how to encourage children's resilience in schools. She teaches their children on a one to one basis and believes that these are some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children in our society. Gill Hasson works with people from diverse backgrounds and situations. She works at Sussex University teaching community development, career and personal development, critical thinking and academic skills. Gill also runs training sessions for social workers, youth workers, teachers and parents, on a range of issues such as the psychology of teenagers. She has written for Psychologies' magazine and for the Open University. Their company Making Sense' delivers workshops in schools, workplaces and community centres. For more information, or to contact the authors, please visit: www.makingsenseof.com.
Part 1 The Meaning of Bounce
1. What is bounce?
2. The bounce effect
3. Have you got bounce?
Part 2 The Rules of Bounce
4. Be flexible
5. Change your thinking
6. Change your behaviour
8. Respect your body
Part 3 Bouncing
9. Bounce out of stress and fear
10. Bounce when youre out of work
11.. Bounce in the family
12. Bounce out of rejection
13. Bounce out of disaster