Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster

Read the diary of a character who gradually comes to understand that her emotions are controlled by the thoughts in her head.

In the course of her entertaining story, she learns how to change her thinking, which changes her emotions, which changes her life.

Take the roller coaster ride of  emotions with her as she shares the mental techniques that work so well for her, and you remind yourself of things you too have learned throughout the years.

Reviews:

My daughter was bored Sunday afternoon and I had to go to work,
so I threw her my copy of Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster and said, “Read this and I’ll be home by the time you’re finished.”
When I came home she was sitting in the carport crying her eyes out.
She wouldn’t stop crying. I was worried. I asked her, “Who has been hurting you? Was it your brother? Was it your sister? Tell me.  Who is it that has hurt you?”
She finally answered me through her tears, “I just found out it’s me.”
When she calmed down she told me that when she read Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster she finally heard all the things I have always tried to teach her.
Thank you for saying what I wanted her to know, in a way that she could hear it.

Delightful and practical
by Al Reed, Minister, Science of Mind
A
 delightful book with the practical message of how to raise your self-worth and find peace of mind by using your power of choice.
This book is written from the viewpoint of a teenager whose humorous thoughts will make you laugh out loud ….and remember to overcome problems as she does.

Delightful Simplicity
by Sally Jordan, owner, Jeremy’s Bookshelf
Every adult who has wanted to pass self-help philosophy on to young people will want a copy of Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster.
Through it’s delightful simplicity, self-help knowledge is rendered more useful than ever.

Makes You Laugh, and Cry
by Margot Curtis, Manager, Unity Bookstore
Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster
makes you laugh, and cry, and remember to choose peace of mind for yourself.

Meaningful Book for Teenagers
by Darlene Abraham, teacher, Parkhill Girls Home, Ontario, Canada
   There is a real shortage of good, meaningful books for teenagers today.  We have books on self-realization for adults.  But sadly, we have few for those who need it most, tomorrow’s mothers and fathers!
It is difficult to judge how big an impact Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster will have upon their lives.  It is my hope that the seeds of new thinking will have been planted in their consciousness.

 I learned that I can control my thoughts
by Laura Adams, student Parkhill Girls Home, Ontario, Canada   

One of the reasons I liked the book is because it sounds like you’ve gone through many of the situations that I’ve gone through. I have learned from your book that I can control my thoughts and how to handle my problems.
It will take me awhile to do so because I’m a very bad tempered person and I have a hard time trying to control my emotions.
Also, I don’t have much self confidence, but I will TRY.
As a matter of fact, I WILL follow in your footsteps because I’m going home for good in two and a half weeks so I’ll need the support!
Seems like my life
by Ivana Molton, age 14, student Parkhill Girls Home, Ontario, Canada 
This book seems like my life.
My brother’s nicer now
by Sandy Corman, age 15
My brother has been so much nicer since he read Getting Off the Emotional Roller CoasterNow he thinks he’s just like her brother George, you know, wise and mature and the world’s best brother.  It’s really been great for me.
A mental boost
by Adam Poranski
Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster breaks down life lessons in a way that anyone could understand, young and old alike. I was lucky enough to come across this book at a time in my life when I could use a mental boost.    Sometimes life just happens, and you feel just kind of dragged along by it instead of being an active participant. This book reminded me that tough situations are going to happen. You cannot control the inevitable, what you can control is your attitude, and how you perceive things.
The very best friend that you can have is yourself, but that is a decision that you have to make. So why not choose to love yourself?!
Moved or Improved
by Ed Hayes,  Orlando Sentinel
Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster… gives parents a chance to peek over a teenager’s shoulder and tiptoe away with a strong, new understanding of young people. The wise parent will slip off to a quiet corner and think.
I don’t see how anyone, young or old, can read Getting Off the Emotional Roller Coaster and not be moved or improved.
  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: Blossom Books (October 5, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 943280-26-5
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-943280-12-7
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.7 x 8.5 inches
  • Retail Price:    $13.95   FREE Shipping