'Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop': Emotion Management

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 General News
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EDMONTON, Alberta, April 21 In his new self-help book that incorporates practical examples of thoughts and relationship dynamics "Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop: Standard Version: A Practical Approach to Emotion Intelligence" (published by iUniverse), debut author and experienced psychotherapist Dr. Ralph Sinn shares his insights and years of experience in order to help adult as well as teen readers learn about self-esteem, relationships and conflict resolution within marriages, families and work environments.

Examining and contrasting the benefits of a constructive mindset versus the consequences of a destructive mindset in the setting of negative emotions and anger, the renowned Dr. Sinn reveals an alternative approach to the understanding and treatment of psychological issues without limiting himself to the problems of depression, anxiety and anger. Within a holistic understanding of life, emotions play a significant role in how we live, what we think of ourselves or others, the relationships we develop, and the physical disorders associated with stress that threaten our mental well-being. That said, Dr. Sinn explores a wide range of emotional dynamics that can be significant to anybody trying to make sense of who they are and how to cope with stress and with relationships.

Of course, emotions are a part of what it means to be human. Typically, self-help books on anger management tend to identify the emotion of anger as being unwanted, risky or dangerous - the idea of anger management obviously being to explore ways to manage the emotion of anger with the intended goal of experiencing anger less often, with less intensity, with shorter duration. The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach explores the roles of thoughts as forerunners of unwanted emotions, and teaches individuals to think more positively in order to alleviate the negative symptoms. Dr. Sinn's approach is to accept emotions and examine thoughts in terms of whether they are destructive or constructive.

Challenge the belief that you need to be powerful in order to succeed. Expose the myth that your emotions are a liability. Learn to apply the constructive mindset of anger in yourself and others. Choose forgiveness and apology to experience greater fulfillment in your relationships. Discover the psychological and physical consequences of your destructive emotions, and get introduced to the road that leads to the liberation and fulfillment within the constructive mindset in Dr. Sinn's masterful "Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop," available in the Standard as well as the Christian version.

About the Author

Dr. Sinn is a general practice Psychotherapist in Edmonton, Alberta, with more than 15 years of experience teaching his patients practical emotion intelligence. His medical background includes 18 months of service at Tenwek Hospital in Kenya and 18 months of leadership as the general secretary of ICMDA. Among his creative endeavors designed to assist his patients in understanding the role of emotions is the board game FC Strategy(R), which he recently designed. "Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop" is Dr. Sinn's first official publication.

iUniverse is the premier book publisher for emerging, self-published authors. For more information, please visit http://www.iuniverse.com.

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EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact: Promotional Services Department Tel: 1-800-AUTHORS Fax: 812-355-4078 Email: promotions@iuniverse.com (When requesting a review copy, please provide a street address.)

SOURCE iUniverse

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