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This isn't CBT. I'm sure the author meant well, but telling people who are suffering from depression and/or anxiety that they should just, "Make lists! Eat right! Exercise! Yeah, it's hard, but it's worth it!" is so condescending and absolutely not helpful. Worse, he advises turning to comfort food to feel better. I've read other books (such as The Feeling Good Handbook) on CBT and they cover in-depth guidance on analyzing the twisted thoughts that lead to our emotions and how to change your thinking. I was hoping for something like that in audio format and am very disappointed in this book.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to be better than the print version?
i love the both version both where good...
One of the solutions that the book proposes is the simple, but powerful act of recording your own thoughts. If you boil it down, it's basically 'journal-ing' your thoughts.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?
I'm a big believer in using this method as a way to gain clarity and help you emotionally de-tach from what's going on in your mind. It has helped me on many occasions to put things back into perspective, when I "feel" like I'm losing control of what's going on in my life.
What about Miguel Rodriguez’s performance did you like?
amazing performance i really like his performance Miguel Rodriguez..
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
i heard it by one sitting..
Any additional comments?
There are others that the book suggests that are also worth trying. Find one that works for you, and stick with it until it becomes a habit.
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