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Dr. Guy Jordan Publishes "Simplify Your Emotions: Steps to Happiness"

Wednesday, June 04, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: GPA Staff
Simplify Your Emotions: Steps to Happiness is a new release on This is not a typical self-help book. The Steps to Happiness model was developed and taught by Dr. Jordan for over 20 years. The instruction in this book has helped thousands of people over the years, and is now available in an easy to read style with practical, common sense suggestions for dealing with everyday emotions. It is applicable for everyone, and even teens can read and understand the ideas presented. We all want to be happy, and the Steps to Happiness model teaches how to manage each of our four basic emotions, and how to transition from one to another. The Steps describe how to move up and down an emotional ladder, transitioning in intensity through worry to hurt to anger and back down to happy.

Additionally, Dr. Jordan shares his story about the loss of a child, and describes how to deal with grief and sadness int he two most significant areas of grief we may face: death and divorce. We all will face loss in our lies of some type, and understanding how to manage these four emotions can be a valuable tool for dealing with life's experiences. The insights an understanding will help the reader compassionately respond to anyone dealing with loss or upsetting emotional situations. The read will also learn tips of dealing with personal relationships and for parenting to help children manage their emotions more effectively. Dr. Jordan completed his PhD in 1981 at the University of Georgia and has working with children, adults and families for over 36 years.

The book is already being used in schools, relationships, families, churches, funeral homes, attorney offices, medical practices, hospice and counseling office. You can read the reviews on Amazon as well as purchase it in paperback or electronic form. A portion of the proceeds from the book fund a scholarship at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega in memory of Stephen Jordan.