Real Love and Stress Management Solutions
Why Real Love for Stress Management?
- You'll be able to let go of the past.
- You won't feel angry and confused anymore.
- You'll feel peaceful and confident. People won't irritate you anymore.
- Life will have meaning and be very fulfilling.
Have trouble letting go of the past?
Are you constantly living in the past and repeating the same mistakes over and over?
Feel angry all the time?
Do you find yourself irritated with people a lot? Do you wish you felt more peaceful? Watch this.
Feel empty and fearful?
Do you find your life has lost its meaning – relationships, work, kids? Does it just feel unfulfilling much of the time?
How Do You Know Our Stress Management Advice is for You?
The vast majority of people simply survive the stresses in their lives, rather than living in fulfilling and exciting ways. They read books and take courses on stress management, but these make very little difference. You can learn the truth about why your life is not the productive and joyful experience you had once hoped.
Today you can learn how almost everyone—including you—suffers from a kind of PTSD that causes all their unhappiness and their difficulties in relationships with spouses, partners, children, coworkers, and friends.
Nearly all of us suffer from a form of unrecognized PTSD -
called Post-Childhood Stress Disorder (PCSD). The common events of childhood can become a very real kind of trauma that profoundly distorts the way children see themselves in the world—both in childhood and later as adults. If you’re like 98% of us, your answer to two or more of the following questions is YES, and it’s likely that you have PCSD.
Read or listen to:
Real Love & Post-Childhood Stress Disorder
Treating Your Unrecognized Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Learn the real causes of personal pain and confusion, along with the real reasons you have relationship problems. Most important, learn how to actually eliminate these conditions.
Learn why you have difficulty maintaining close, intimate, fulfilling relationships.
Get angry easily
Learn why you easily get angry at other people and blame them for how you feel.
Strong need to be right
Learn why you have a strong need to be "right" and win arguments or discussions.
Reactions out of proportion
Learn why your reactions of fear, pain, anger, and withdrawal, sometimes seem out of proportion to the event.
What they say...
LIZ HALE PHD|WENATCHEE WA
Real Love will transform your life...
Dr. Greg Baer gave me what I’d been missing in 25 years as a therapist. He explained the powerful and lasting effects of childhood wounds, and now I give every client and couple who comes into my office a copy of one of his books. You do not want to miss out on these principles that will transform your life no matter what happened in the past.
Melissa S |Atlanta ga
I can laugh again and enjoy my life...
Before Real Love, I was in a great deal of emotional pain, chronically unhappy and fearful. I didn't know how to trust anyone, and I didn't feel loved and worthwhile--classic symptoms of Post-Childhood Stress Disorder. I chose to trust Greg and my Real Love coach, and my life has changed completely. I have many days without fear. I feel loved and supported. I can laugh again and enjoy my life. I am confident in my worth. I have many positive, loving relationships. Thank you, Real Love.
What readers and listeners say:
I am flabbergasted at how insightful Greg has been with this piece. It's simply insightful to the point of being 100% explanatory about why we have the challenges we do.
If really want to learn what unconditional love is and how to be released from the pain that causes you to be unhappy, read this book.
Teach myself how to apply Divine Principle in a real substantial way to be a good person always in all ways
Title says it all. Anyone can benefit from this material. Do yourself a favor and embrace it. So much to gain
Baer very clearly explains post-childhood stress disorder and the similarities to post -traumatic stress disorder. His description and examples gave me much to think about, including being more compassionate to others and to myself.
Exceptionally insightful and the most helpful book I've ever read