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Publisher's Summary

The bestselling author of Undoing Depression offers a brain-based guide to help us finally get rid of the bad habits that plague us.
We humans tend to get in our own way time and time again - whether it comes to not speaking up for ourselves, going back to bad romantic partners, our umpteenth diet, or engaging in any of a range of bad habits we just can’t seem to shake. In Rewire, renowned psychotherapist Richard O’Connor, PhD, reveals why our bad habits die so hard. We have two brains - one a thoughtful, conscious, deliberative self, and the other an automatic self that does most of the work without our attention. Using new research and knowledge about how the brain works, the audiobook clears a path to lasting, effective change for behaviors that include:


procrastination
overeating
chronic disorganization
staying in bad situations
excessive worrying
risk-taking
passive aggression
self-medication
and more
Bringing together many different fields in psychology and brain science, Rewire offers a refreshing, science-based new paradigm for readers of Charles Duhigg and Frank Lawlis.
©2014 Richard O’Connor (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Recorded by arrangement with Hudson Street Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA) LLC, a Penguin Random House Company.
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By drgardner on 01-28-15

Tired Rehash

Not very interesting or useful rehash of material already covered more originally and interestingly by others. Read Daniel Kahneman or Jack Kornfield instead.

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By Julie Simiskey on 12-31-14

Meh

It's okay, particularly if you aren't familiar with his primary suggestions ... mindfulness meditation along with a 12 step program. If you are familiar with those and general behavioral modification principles, it's just several hours of listening hoping to hear something new. The narrator did a good job.

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