Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for The Breakthrough in Two Acts: Breaking the Spells of Painful Emotions and Finding the Calm in the Present Moment , a Self-Development title from author Fredric C. Hartman PhD.
The tour will run from Feb. 18th-24th and will unlimited maximum stops.
Signups end on Feb. 11th.
The Breakthrough in Two Acts is narrated by Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir, & Justine Eyre.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible US and MP3.
Review copies will be distributed by Jan. 18th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
All other info will be included in the Tour Media Kit, distributed via email the week before the start of the tour. There will also be a link on the Host HQ page.
All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST.
Author: Fredric C. Hartman PhD
Narrator: Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir, & Justine Eyre
Length: 6 hours 34 minutes
Publisher: Skyboat Media
Released: Dec. 15, 2020
In The Breakthrough in Two Acts, Dr. Fredric C. Hartman paints a vivid picture of emotional pain and its context within the human mind and brain. Set in the dramatic backdrop of a therapy session as a stage play, featuring Dr. Hartman as the psychologist and Human Consciousness itself as “the patient”, this is a practical guide for anyone who struggles with negative or painful emotions.
In his play, Dr. Hartman tells the story about our vulnerability to painful emotions, which flare up from the depths of our brains, casting distressing and destructive spells over us. As the play unfolds, he develops two new experiences to help strengthen our consciousness: one, by actively breaking the spell of the two thoughts that lie at the heart - and generate the distress - in each of our negative emotions, and two, by embracing the strange, fleeting collection of conditions that come along with the present moments of our lives as they each flash by.
The Breakthrough in Two Acts is an appeal to humanity and a plan for how to use one “part” of our brain - consciousness - to quiet down another chronically overheated “part” - the limbic system - that has ravaged our species with troubles ranging from emotional illness to war. Here is a way of thinking for hard times to help overcome emotional distress and embrace a calmer and more fulfilling way to experience life.
About the Author: Fredric C. Hartman PhD
Dr. Fredric C. Hartman has been a clinical psychologist in private practice for over 30 years. In addition to general practice, he has specialized experience in treating losses and post-traumatic stress disorder. He was a consultant for ten years to Hospice Care Network in New York where he ran bereavement groups with widows and widowers and support groups with the nurses who went into the homes of the dying. He was mentored there closely by Cathy Fanslow Brunjes who was trained by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. He has also worked extensively with the first responders to the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11/2001.
Multiple stops per day.
Jan. 18th: Review copies are distributed.
Feb. 11th: Media packets are distributed via email.