Beating the Blues: Life-healing, mind-mending, soul-soothing ideas to heal a troubled mind

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Infinite Ideas, Dec 20, 2011 - Self-Help - 192 pages
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The Feel Good Factory on Beating the Blues contains simple, no-nonsense ideas to help you get out of the doldrums and back to the land of the living. Thirty practical and down-to-earth chapters will set you well on your way to beating the blues. You'll find questionnaires to point you in the right direction, instant 'feel good now' tips that you can put into practice straight away, and helpful question and answer sections. Also discover what well-known people who suffer from depression do to keep it at bay (hey, they pay big money for all that expertise so why not have a go at some of their advice!). With a few minutes a day spent trying some of the techniques in this book you can rediscover the person that you know exists, deep down; the happier, more fulfilled you.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 SOS strategies to soothe your mind
5
Write it down make it better
11
Listen up
15
A pleasure a day
20
Sensual healing
24
Strategies to keep you looking great
29
Diversion ahead
35
Happy homebody
91
Loving work
95
The energy drench
99
Create a sanctuary
102
Morning glory
105
An everyday miracle
109
Imagine
114
Oprah Winfreys secrets to serenity
118

Get in touch with your creativity
39
Coco Chanels feelgood secrets
43
2 Love your body heal your mind
47
Exercising 101
53
Eat yourself happy
57
Out of your head
61
Ready for a detox?
66
Wash your way to wellbeing
69
Sleep deep
73
Relax regularly
77
Madonnas life rules
81
3 Make every day extraordinary
85
4 Detox your life
121
Streamline your systems
128
Clean and serene
133
Clean up your finances
137
The time of your life
143
Managing your relationships
150
Just say no
155
Katharine Hepburns secrets to happiness
159
Index
161
Last Page
166
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Elisabeth Wilson has a degree in Medicine and for many years she worked in medical media before becoming a journalist. She has written extensively on relationships and sex in the British press with many columns in well-known publications like The Daily Mirror and The Mirror. Currently she is a contributing writing on health and well-being for the magazine She.

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