Enemies of the Heart: Breaking Free from the Four Emotions That Control You by Andy Stanley
Break free from the destructive power of guilt, anger, greed, and jealousy. Stanley offers practical, biblical direction to help readers fight back, to take charge of those feelings that mysteriously control them, and to restore their broken relationships.
Insecure in Love: How Anxious Attachment Can Make You Feel Jealous, Needy, and Worried and What You Can Do About It by Leslie Becker-Phelps PhD
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
A licensed psychologist behind the WebMD blog “The Art of Relationships” describes how to become less clingy, insecure and jealous in your relationship by overcoming attachment anxiety by responding in a nurturing, non-negative way, to unhealthy behavior patterns. Original.
Jealousy--The Sin No One Talks about: How to Overcome Envy and Live a Life of Freedom by R.T. Kendall
Publisher: Charisma House
Jealousy is something that we all have to deal with---both in ourselves and in others. Rooted in our natural fears and insecurities, it has damaged relationships since the time of Cain and Abel, and it still does today---if we let it. But jealousy can be hard to recognize and even harder to overcome. In this wise and compassionate book, R. T. Kendall shows you how to identify and get free from the crippling effects of envy. Combining biblical depth with personal candor, he delivers a stunning challenge to us all. RT has successfully exposed both the cause and cure of arguably one of the most damaging influences in the history of the church and the world.---Colin Dye, Senior Pastor, Kensington Temple, London, England Dr. Kendall has exposed and dissected a most potent enemy of our contentment, and in doing so he has given new insight into recognizing and fighting jealousy.---John H. Dixon Jr., MD, Cardiologist and Associate Professor of Medicine, Vanderbilt University RT hits a bull's-eye again! We neglect this message at our peril.---Lyndon Bowring, Executive Chairman. CARE. UK
I Lost My BFF: A Book about Jealousy and Rejection Within Friendships (Navigating Friendships) by Jennifer Licate
Publisher: Boys Town Press
Sophia and Aaliyah have been best friends since the first grade! They do EVERYTHING together. When Aaliyah starts spending time with another friend, Sophia wonders if she's lost her BFF! Through honest conversations and open- mindedness, Sophia learns that it's okay for friendships to change and grow.--Publisher.
The Ultimate Retroactive Jealousy Cure: How To Stop Being Jealous Of Your Partner's Past In 12 Steps by Jeff Billings
Publisher: Independently published
Learn how to get over Retroactive Jealousy in 12 Steps without spending a fortune on therapy. Is your mind caught in a vicious circle of repetitive thoughts about your partner's past love life?Are you extremely bothered by the fact that they once engaged in casual sex? Or were in love with someone else?Are you constantly wondering how to get over your girlfriend's past? Or boyfriend, husband, wife's? Don't Worry, I Know What You're Going Through...I was also once afflicted by retroactive jealousy issues -- irrational jealous thoughts about my girlfriend's sexual past -- and struggled FOR MONTHS to overcome them.Platitudes like "Just move on," or "The past is the past" were well intentioned but, as you probably know, completely meaningless.BUT finally, after months of battling, I discovered the secret of how to overcome my girlfriend's past sexual exploits...My retroactive jealousy book will help squash all jealousy of your partner's past, for good. Inside I will teach you the ultimate retroactive jealousy cure -- how to overcome retroactive jealousy in a relationship 12 SIMPLE STEPS.Learn which TWO KEY EMOTIONS are fueling your retrospective jealousy, AND how to get rid of them.REWIRE your mind to think about your partner's past in a whole new positive light. "What you resist, persists!"Learn how to BREAK the cycle of resisting these jealous thoughts and feeling worse because of it.Stop interrogating your loved one about their past behaviour and zero in on what really matters -- THE PRESENT.In short, learn how to not care AT ALL about your husband, boyfriend, wife or girlfriend's sexual or romantic history.Learn How To Stop Being Jealous In Your Relationship In 14,300 words, 12 steps, 3 sections: Part 1: Understanding Retroactive Jealousy IssuesDiscover just what a retroactive jealousy disorder is. As Yoda used to say "Named must your fear be, before banish it you can." Part 2: Rewiring The MindThe next four steps tackle how you're thinking about your partner's sexual history and rewires these thoughts to reframe them in a much more positive light. As you'll find out, retroactive jealousy and insecurity go hand in hand. Part 3: Practical ExercisesYou can't overcome retroactive jealousy in a relationship by thinking about it. In this last section I give you four hands-on practical exercises that you can do every day to kill all your anxiety about your partner's past. Join The 100s Of Satisfied Customers Who've Beaten Retroactive Jealousy OCDHere's what just one of my happy customers had to say about my book about overcoming retroactive jealousy:"Something must have deeply echoed with my subconscious....as well as my rational mind and these feelings were GONE. Years of making myself depressed and hurting my peace and energy over imaginary stuff.....gone.... Thank you! You are a good man."-- Pat. O. St Louis (see original email from Pat here: goo.gl/ovqwhu) Get your thoughts back under control and end the "mini-movies" about the past and let go of your angry, judgmental, and jealous emotions and feel at peace once again. Onward!-- Jeff
Of Human Kindness: What Shakespeare Teaches Us About Empathy by Paula Marantz Cohen
Publisher: Yale University Press
An award-winning scholar and teacher explores how Shakespeare's greatest characters were built on a learned sense of empathy While exploring Shakespeare's plays with her students, Paula Marantz Cohen discovered that teaching and discussing his plays unlocked a surprising sense of compassion in the classroom. In this short and illuminating book, she shows how Shakespeare's genius lay with his ability to arouse empathy, even when his characters exist in alien contexts and behave in reprehensible ways. Cohen takes her readers through a selection of Shakespeare's most famous plays, including Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, and The Merchant of Venice, to demonstrate the ways in which Shakespeare thought deeply and clearly about how we treat "the other." Cohen argues that only through close reading of Shakespeare can we fully appreciate his empathetic response to race, class, gender, and age. Wise, eloquent, and thoughtful, this book is a forceful argument for literature's power to champion what is best in us.
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