The feeling good handbook
With his phenomenally successful 'Feeling good', Dr. David Burns introduced a groundbreaking, drug-free treatment for depression. Now in this long-awaited sequel, he reveals powerful new techniques and provides step-by-step exercises that help you cope with the full range of everyday problems. With an up-to-date section on everything you need to know about commonly prescribed psychiatric drugs and anxiety disorders such as agoraphobia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, this remarkable guide can show you how to feel good about yourself and the people you care about. You'll discover that life can be an exhilarating experience.
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A great book about the concept of how thoughts affects ones moods.
Review: The Feeling Good Handbook (Revised Edition)User Review - Mike - Goodreads
I am not ashamed of reading self-help books, or of liking them despite the fact that they do not possess the subtlety or nuance or pacing of the classics. "Show, don't tell" kind of disappears: you ... Read full review
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