90 Seconds to a Life You Love: How to Turn Difficult Feelings into Rock-Solid Confidence Paperback – 7 Feb. 2019
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About the Author
Joan I. Rosenberg, PhD is a highly regarded California-licensed expert psychologist, master clinician, trainer and consultant with over 35 years experience in the field. Dr Rosenberg has worked as a Staff Psychologist and as a graduate professor at Pepperdine University.
As a cutting edge psychologist who is known as an innovative thinker, trainer and speaker, Joan has shared her life-changing ideas and models for emotional mastery, change and personal growth in professional and educational seminars, psychotherapy sessions and graduate psychology teaching.
She has been recognized for her thought leadership and influence in personal development and has given hugely successful and inspirational TEDx Talks on Emotional Mastery, watched by over 7 million viewers on YouTube.
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Dr Rosenberg has covered everything relating to human emotions in a simple understandable way. She explains how we can deal with them, using her 90 second reset process. Admittedly, it was a challenge to remember to follow it initially but now it really is quite simple to do. She has also given talks and interviews (available on You Tube) which are excellent. I have direct experience of how approachable she is. I made an enquiry about the kindle edition of the book and she replied to this herself. She now sends out regular emails (personally addressed to me), each focusing on an aspect of the book. I found this very valuable and feel that she is passionate about helping others.
I can honestly say that I have been wowed by Dr Rosenberg and by the life changing impact her work has had on me. Thank you Dr Rosenberg! I wholeheartedly recommend this book.
It’s a positive book to read or listen since it help us to understand the way we can functioning to approach a better life.
Top international reviews
The author has so much to tell, is so well experienced in the matter and her approach -the rosenberg reset - is an eye opener and game changer.
I didn't need all the encouragement to read the book in the first chapters. I was intrigued from the beginning. I have to read the book in portions, otherwise it would be overwhelming, but I take several doses throughout a day. It is too good and exciting. Thanks to phd Rosenberg for sharing her knowledge.
This book helps you 1) realize when you are running away from your true emotions, 2) face your difficult emotions (riding the waves), 3) choosing to live a life full of meaning and intention.
It’s hard to summarize this book because there is so much helpful information packed inside. The things I found most helpful include:
—> How to speak your truth
—> Bad emotional math
—> Dealing with grief
—> Identifying and overcoming distractions
—> Parental influence on feelings
—> Visualizing decisions
After reading this book, I’m much more aware of the physiological experience when I have negative emotions. And knowing that they will only last 90 seconds. It is a game changer for your mindset.
Also there is a tip in the anxiety chapter that I don’t want to spoil, but it’s genius! I use it every day.
Today, as I am writing this review, I keep having flashbacks to finding my mom struggling on the floor in 2017 after a massive stroke that took her life two days later. The trigger? The shirt I put on after I got out of the shower and went to my mom's bedroom to see why she wasn't up and about yet. I was getting dressed after a shower this morning and saw the shirt in my closet.
I wanted to avoid the feelings, as I want to as I type this review. Instead I am allowing the tears to flow through and the grief to surface as often as it needs to. Feeling these emotions as they want to surface creates much more ease in my body and mind and leaves me feeling calmer and more at ease. I can feel the tension leave my body when I follow the advice and exercises in Dr Joan's book.
Dr. Joan Rosenberg's book is filled with exercises to help you master the difficult feelings so any one, who is wiling to do the work, can embrace the confidence within, become resilient and live a life that reflects who they truly are. My advance copy is dog eared and the replay of the interview, and notes I took during it, are tagged for repeat listening.
If you are tired of feeling tired or sad or angry or ashamed or any other difficult emotion, I encourage you to get a copy of this book and read it through once. Then go back and read it again and work through each of the exercises. Take it in small bites or embrace it all at once. It has made a difference in my life. May it do the same for you.
I have pre-ordered it as a subscriber to her newsletter and did not know what to expect as at the time there wasn't even a table of contents to show what the book is about but I had a good feeling about it.
Those who read ACT and other self-therapy or self-coaching books and theories will find many concepts familiar, but the way she describes the issues rang new to me and had a very enlightening effect.
I cherish this book and her work and I believe it to be a game-changer for anyone's life.