Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy:
A Guide to Getting Over Your Partner’s Past and Finding Peace
Since it was published in 2013, Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy has helped thousands of men and women from around the world make peace with their partner’s past relationships and/or sexual history, and regain control over intrusive jealous thoughts.
Rated ~4.5 stars by hundreds of readers across the Amazon network, Overcoming Retroactive Jealousy has been hailed as the “go-to” resource when it comes to confronting and overcoming retroactive jealousy.
The Overcoming Jealousy Workbook:
Daily Writing Prompts and Exercises for Overcoming Jealousy in Relationships
The Overcoming Jealousy Workbook features eleven weeks of writing prompts and journaling exercises for confronting and overcoming jealousy in relationships.
Drawing insights from cognitive behavioural therapy and cutting-edge psychological research, as well as ancient Buddhist and Stoic philosophy, this workbook is designed for any jealousy sufferer who wants to quickly get a handle on their problem, and emerge from the hell of jealousy and possessiveness.
Or, How To Be Happier and Healthier, and Party All The Time
Packed with practical exercises, and revealing, hard-won lessons from the author’s life, Everyday Joy was written for anyone who wants to experience greater happiness, excitement, and fulfilment in each and every day of their lives.
In a series of short, to-the-point articles, Zachary Stockill tackles subjects like drugs, death, and desire with great humour and sensitivity, all the while offering practical tips and perspectives on growing into a happier, healthier human being.
Praise for Everyday Joy:
“A must read for anyone who’s contemplated life’s contemplatables… Everyday Joy offers an interesting and inspirational new look at the human condition.”
– Paul Jarvis, bestselling author of Everything I Know
“Simply put: Everyday Joy belongs on your bookshelf, sandwiched between Alan Watts and Tom Robbins… A perfect cocktail mixing clarity, humour, and deep insight that goes down smooth.”
– Zach Obront, blogger and entrepreneur