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PROBLEM SOLVED! 3RS: Contents

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  • “The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail.” —Napoleon Hill
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  3. Ego will help you to live sane in an insane world of competing ego-stories.

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  • This content list also serves as both an index and an outline for the book.
  • Seeing the actual content list, you will recognize the amount of information and the detail provided that will enable you to not only understand problem-solving–but also to apply that knowledge to your life, relationships, and responses.
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Begin 9

  • Title 9

Problem Solved! 3Rs 9

  • Copyright 9
  • ISBN 10
  • Dedication 11
  • Description 11
  • Author’s Note on the Text 12
  • 10 Approaches to Sanity 13

C1: 3Rs Explained 17

3Rs Defined 17

5Rs: Add Repeat & Review 19

On the Nature of Habit 21

Table: 3Rs of Problem-Solving 25

Table: 7Rs of Problem-Solving 25

Recognize: The First Step 27

Recognize Using Knowledge 31

Table: Knowledge As Positive or Negative 33

Remove: The Second Step 34

5 Possible Complications with Problems 36

Table: 5 Problem Complications 38

Remove Using 3Ps Test 39

Table: 3Ps Test 41

Replace: The Third Step 41

Replace Using 6 Steps 43

Table: Replace in 6 Steps 47


C2: 3Rs Examples 49

1. Example: Blocks to Being 50

2. Example: Ego’s End 52

3. Example: Lessen Mental Noise 55

4. Example: Maintainers of Problems 57

5. Example: Self-Defeating Attitudes 61

6. Example: Self-Defeating Behaviors 65

7. Example: Test & Evaluate Feelings 67


C3: 3Rs & Counseling 71

3Rs Metatheory of Counseling 72

Table: 3Rs Metatheory of Counseling 73

Stage I: Recognize Problem 74

Stage II: Remove Problem 76

Stage III: Replace Problem 77

Counselor: Stage I Tasks 78

Counselor: Stage II Tasks 79

Counselor: Stage III Tasks 81

3Rs Relapse Prevention 83

Table: 3Rs Relapse Prevention 83

Recognize Relapse Tendencies 84

Remove Relapse Tendencies 85

Replace Relapse Tendencies 86

3Rs Improve Recovery Plan 86

Table: 3Rs Improve Recovery Plan 87

Recognize Ineffective Parts 87

Remove Ineffective Parts 89

Replace Ineffective Parts 91

3Rs & Coping 94

Table: 3Rs Coping with Attitudes 95

Table: 3Rs Coping with Expectations 96

Table: 3Rs Coping with Thinking 98


C4: 7Rs & Self-Esteem 101

3Rs on 3Rs 102

3Rs on First R 103

3Rs on Second R 105

3Rs on Third R 106

Return of the 7Rs 108

Step 1. Recognize the Problem 109

Step 2. Repent for Serving the Problem 112

Step 3. Reduce the Problem 114

Step 4. Remove the Problem 116

Step 5. Replace the Problem 117

Step 6. Repeat All the Steps 119

Step 7. Review All the Steps 120

1. Recognize Self-Esteem Sickness 121

Recognize Self-Esteem 122

2. Repent of Self-Esteem Sickness 125

Repent of Self-Esteem 126

3. Reduce Self-Esteem Sickness 128

Reduce Self-Esteem 129

4. Remove Self-Esteem Sickness 158

Table: 5 Ways to Remove Self-Esteem 160

Long List: Dispute Self-Esteem 165

Table: Observer vs. Observed 172

5. Replace Self-Esteem Sickness 174

6. Repeat the Steps on Self-Esteem 180

7. Review the Steps on Self-Esteem 181


C5: Understanding Emotions 183

Table: 12 Feeling Superstitions 184

1. People Can Give Me Feelings 185

2. People Are Responsible for How I Feel 187

3. “It” Can Give Me Feelings 189

4. “It” Is Responsible for How I Feel 192

5. Expressing Feelings Heals Feelings 195

6. Expressing Feelings Ends Feelings 197

7. Express Feelings to Cope with Feelings 199

8. Expressing Feelings Changes Feelings 201

9. Feelings Must Be Expressed, Else … 203

10. Feelings Cannot Be Controlled 205

11. Feelings Cannot Be Regulated 208

12. All Feelings Are Good Feelings 210

13. I Have to Act the Way that I feel 211

Recognize Cause of Emotions 213

Table: ESFTRC Model of Emotions 215

Table: ESFTSFTRC Problem Feelings 222

Example ESFTSFTRC 225

Recognize ESFTSFTRC 228

Remove ESFTSFTRC 230

Replace ESFTSFTRC 233

Example ESFTRC 234

Table: Healthy & Unhealthy Feelings 236


End 239

About the Author 239

Table: Books for 7 Steps to Sanity 242

Step 1: Practice Emotional Responsibility 243

Step 2: Upgrade Coping & Problem-Solving 244

Step 3. Discover & Reduce Ego Control 245

Step 4. Rediscover & Increase Authentic Self 246

Step 5. Upgrade & Practice Thinking Skills 246

Step 6: More Responsibility & Less Ego 247

Step 7: Improve the World & Communication 248

Other Languages than English 249

Recommended Books: Alphabetical 249

How to Read FitzMaurice’s Books 266

FitzMaurice’s Books 266

Book Descriptions 266

99¢ Books 266

How to Change the World 267

How to Live Maturely 267

How to Make Stress Work for You 267

How to Have a Super Attitude 267

How to End Ego 268

How to Live a Positive Life 268

How to Use CBT for Self-Help 268

How to Practice Instant Yoga 268

Enjoy Life! 269


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