Summary of Feeling Good by David D. Burns | Includes Analysis
- Narrated by: Susan Murphy
- Length: 25 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 09-01-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Instaread
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Feeling Good by Dr. David D. Burns is a self-help guide to using cognitive therapy (CT) as an effective, scientifically proven tool for combating depression of all degrees, especially when used in combination with therapy and possibly medication. Cognitive therapy is based on the idea that people's perceptions about themselves, their relationships, their job, and their overall life will shape their feelings. When people can change their thinking, they can drastically and often rapidly improve their mood. Research has proven that CT is often as effective as medication. Feeling Good offers a comprehensive strategy for changing negative perceptions and includes tools for doing so, such as mood assessment and targeted writing techniques. Once people have addressed and corrected distorted thinking, they live happier, healthier, and more productive lives.
A commonly held belief is that external circumstances will determine an individual's emotional state. According to the CT model, emotional disorders, such as....
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I felt that this summary came across as if this excellent, helpful. and very therapeutic book, Feeling Good, was lame & judgmental toward those who are depressed, and/or have a sense of low self worth.
I felt that this summary of Feeling Good, in NO way, honored the hopefulness this book truly offers - life changing- if you do the homework.
I have the other audible Feeling Good book summary, and that one makes you want to pick up the book itself and dig in/get better. The other audible summary really gives a depressed person hope. This did none of the sort.