Attention: All people who want to enhance their personality and well-being but cannot afford psychiatric therapy!
"Why pay expensive fees to your psychiatrist when you can treat your personality and behavioral problems using easy-to-apply, do-it-yourself psychological therapies?"
Psychiatrists charge per hour, per session. Consulting with them certainly costs a lot of money. If you can train yourself to become your own psychiatrist, would you let up that chance? You might have consulted a psychiatrist for certain reasons. Some people have major personality problems like anxiety, depression, and extreme shyness that they would like to get rid of. Some want to get rid of a personal problem that's been bugging them. And others would like to enhance their personality, change their behavior, and live a better life.
So, how is your therapy session going with your psychiatrist? If you have been to one, you surely must have experienced that comforting feeling of being able to talk to someone who understands you, what you are going through, and how things are affecting you. Going out into the world after a good psychiatric session can definitely make you a stronger and better individual. Wonderful, isn't it?
Well, what if you're given a chance to learn how to be your very own psychiatrist? Yes, you certainly can become your own psychiatrist. All you need is to be equipped with the right knowledge about it. Treating yourself might even be better than going to your psychiatrist (whom you pay a lot per hour). Why? Because you know yourself better. And as such, you are better off analyzing your own actions, thoughts, and emotions. And there's nobody more clued-up to the things you can or cannot do but your own self!
Learn powerful psychological therapies the fastest, easiest, and simplest way possible! This audiobook contains simple methods of understanding psychological therapies. Its techniques are very easy to read and digest, unlike complex, boring information you'll find in those thick psychiatric books.
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