Psychological Self-Help

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Step 4: Set realistic short and long-term goals                                                                
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Step 5: Select the self-help methods that seem most likely to work, i.e.
develop a "treatment plan."
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Table 2.3: Analysis of Problem into Parts and Possible Solutions    
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Step 6: Learn the detailed steps involved in each self-help method you
are using (chapters 11-15) and try out your plan.
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Step 7: Continue throughout the project to assess and plot your    
progress
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Step 8: If needed, revise your plan -- deal with your resistance to
change. Keep up your motivation. Find a therapist.
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Step 9: Plan ways of maintaining the gains made.                              
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Step 10: Make a note of each method's effectiveness: what works        
for you?
Don't fret. Some of the steps can be done quickly or even omitted. 
 
Chapter 2: Steps in Self-Help
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Steps in Self-Help                                                                                    
Reader: Step 3 is especially important. 
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Step 1: Select self-improvement projects, no more than 2 or 3 at a time
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Table 2.1: Problem Check List                                                      
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Step 2: Start collecting and recording data reflecting the severity or     
frequency of the problem
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