You Are What You Think

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Revell, Mar 1, 2003 - Psychology - 208 pages
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"Attitude is everything." It's what makes the difference between those who succeed and those who fail. And it's easy to see-in other people. It's not as easy to recognize when our own attitude needs adjustment, or to know how to change it.
In You Are What You Think, David Stoop shows readers how to use self-talk to make positive changes in their attitudes and beliefs. Self-talk can be private speech, thoughts, or external speech, all of which shape emotions and behavior for good or bad. This popular book, previously published as Self-Talk, will help readers overcome stress, guilt, depression, anxiety, and anger; release the power of faith; choose healthy, positive thoughts; and more.
 

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Contents

The Search for SelfControl
9
Am What I Think
27
Words of Faith
43
What Shapes Our SelfTalk?
53
SelfTalk and Anger
71
SelfTalk and Depression
97
SelfTalk and Guilt
117
SelfTalk Worry and Anxiety
131
Gaining Control of Stress
143
Assertive Living through SelfTalk
157
Faith or Presumption?
169
SelfTalk and SelfControl
183
Notes
193
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David Stoop, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who leads seminars and retreats around the world. He lives in Newport Beach, California, and is the author of twenty books, including When Couples Pray Together.

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