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Why Don't I Feel Good Enough?
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Part One: Why Don't I Feel Good?

    1. How Can I Help You?
    2. Feeling Good
    3. Surviving and Thriving - Attachment Theory
    4. How Attachment Styles are Formed
    5. Attachment Styles in Adulthood
    6. Part Two: Taking Action - Mapping My Inner Life

    7. Family History and the Genogram
    8. Working Out My Attachment Style
    9. Putting It All Together - Formulating My Psychological Map
    10. Part Three: Becoming Aware of the Hidden Forces in My Relationships

    11. Romantic Partners
    12. Family and Friends
    13. Colleagues
    14. Other Relationships
    15. Part Four: Feeling Good - Learning to Take Control of My Life

    16. Taking Care of Myself
    17. Managing My Emotions
    18. Managing My Behaviours
    19. Where Can I Get Further Help?
    20. Part Five: Additional Information

    21. Strengths and Limitations of Research Evidence

Afterword - Eva, Dan, Jas and Zac...

Further Reading

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Index

List of Figures Figure 2.1 Circles of context Figure 2.2 Johari Window Figure 2.3 Johari Window after Self-Exploration Figure 3.1 The Attachment Cycle - Development of Trust & Secure Attachment Figure 3.1 Development of Emotional Understanding & Regulation Figure 3.1 Development of Shame Figure 3.1 Relationship Repair Figure 4.1 Secure Attachment Style Figure 4.1 Pyramid of Personal Fulfilment Figure 4.1 Anxious Attachment Style Figure 4.1 Avoidant Attachment Style Figure 4.1 Disorganised Attachment Style List of Tables Table 4.1 Labels Given to Infant and Adult Attachment Styles Table 4.2 Bowlby's Original Classification of Attachment Styles Table 5.1 Adult Attachment Behaviours Table 14.1 Universal Emotional States Table 14.1 Forms of Dissociation Table 14.1 Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress List of Exercises Exercise 6.1 Assessment Flowchart Exercise 6.2 Genogram Symbols Exercise 6.1 Eva's Genogram Exercise 6.1 Zac's Genogram Exercise 7.1 Attachment Style Vignettes Exercise 7.1 My Attachment Style Questionnaire Exercise 7.1 My Attachment Style Questionnaire - Eva Exercise 7.1 My Attachment Style Questionnaire - Dan Exercise 7.1 My Attachment Style Questionnaire - Jas Exercise 7.1 My Attachment Style Questionnaire - Zac Exercise 8.1 Five P's Formulation Exercise 8.1 Nine Steps Formulation Exercise 8.1 Eva's Formulation Map Exercise 8.1 Dan's Five P's Formulation Exercise 8.1 Jas's Formulation Picture Exercise 8.1 Zac's Formulation Story Exercise 14.1 Jas's Record of Emotions Exercise 15.1 Self-Imposed Barriers to Change Exercise 15.2 ROSE acronym for managing intense emotion Exercise 16.1 Subjective Units of Distress for Measuring Progress a

About the Author

Helen Dent is Emeritus Professor of Clinical and Forensic Psychology at Staffordshire University.

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