Our Wisdom Scientific Self-therapy audio programs are not "audiobooks", "lectures", collections of "positive affirmations", or like anything you have used before. These programs are deliberately designed to be repetitive. Do not expect them to entertain. Do expect them to up-grade your quality of life, making you happier and your relationships more successful. We have developed what we believe to be the most effective audio programs ever made to help you develop a healthy mental attitude and master the practical skills necessary for success. We know they work well, many people have told us so. Each program is easy and simple: listen for eight minutes a day for about three weeks and directly apply what you learn. People have told us that using Wisdom Scientific Self-therapy audio programs they have learned to stay calm and improve their health, increase their happiness, and strengthened their relationships. We believe you can do likewise. Try it. You have nothing to lose except conflict with others and loneliness!
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I am a skeptical of self-help titles, but this one is different. When you first listen to it, it may seem a little corny, but I found out that over the past few weeks, by listening to one of the 8-minutes segments each morning as instructed, my relationships began steady improvement. Now I don't rush or interrupt people like I used to. Amazingly enough, I discovered that my friends, co-workers and family are really interesting, if I actually listen. Who knew? Plus the less I say, the better a communicator they think I am, and when I do speak up, they listen closely to me.
Thank you, Dr. Kass!
This track consists mostly of off topic comments coupled with lame backround music and very little content. I am continually wanting to fast forward and find the content though I quickly found there was none.
If you expected practical listening advice or techniques look elsewhere.
The program starts out good for about 5 minutes though quickly veers off topic. At least 50% of this program is some kind of relaxation technique playing music in the background trying to lull you into a transe.
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