A reader recently created this infographic based on my book Emotional First Aid depicting some of my principles and techniques for dealing with common emotional injuries.

I thought it was very well done—so I share this with her permission: 

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For many more science based techniques for dealing with emotional wounds, check out, Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure and Other Everyday Hurts (Plume, 2014).

Watch my TED Talk and learn how I applied these techniques in my own life.

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