Every day, millions of people struggle with anxious thoughts and feelings of dread, but you don't have to be one of them. With Self-Talk for a Calmer You, you can change the way you approach your worries and finally break free from the tight grip of anxiety. Filled with practical advice and positive self-talk scripts, this empowering guide provides a variety of strategies for dealing with uneasy thoughts in a constructive manner and moving past detrimental hangups. Complete with quick assessments that reveal anxiety triggers, you'll also learn how to create a self-talk plan that fits your needs. From the workplace to personal relationships, Self-Talk for a Calmer You gives you the tools and confidence to develop a healthier way of thinking, overcome stressful situations, and reclaim your life.
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It is a good tool for it's pourpose
I liked the beginin and the ability it had to make the reader (or listener) to see inside the way they think. What I liked the least was how easy I lost interest on it.
Yes, because I think some of the concept might be very helpful.
It's non-fiction. It doesn't have characters.
It can't be a movie. It's non-fiction
It was a nice book. I try both, the ebook and the audiobook and I think that, even though the audio isn’t bad, the book might be more productive if read, not listen to. That is because there are some task that are needed to be done that might be a little hard if it’s only being listen to.
The content is good, but I like more the first chapters, I felt I was losing interest as I keep reading. It wasn’t an easy book to read, because in other for it to work, is needed a lot of mental effort and willingness to work.
It has some interesting tools to help a person to change the way is seen things, but the ability of the book to work depends on the reader’s self-consciousness and desire to change and willingness to work for that change.
boreat advice. Narrator was speed reading. I felt anxious getting thru each chapter.
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