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Publisher's Summary

If you have been suffering from addiction, depression, anxiety, phobias, or anger management issues for a long time, you are probably ready for some relief. But it may seem like nothing works to relieve your pain. You may have tried psychotherapy, group therapy, medication, and even vitamins and home remedies for your symptoms, all in vain. After years of trying to feel better with no definitive results, you may have resigned yourself to a lifetime of suffering.

Before you give up on ever getting well, why don't you try cognitive behavioral therapy?

CBT is not some new fad in the self-help industry. It is a tried and true method that many licensed therapists incorporate into their practices. Scientific research has shown great improvements in the mental illness symptoms of CBT patients compared to patients who are using other therapy methods. Basically, CBT works. And this book is your guide on how to do it yourself at home.

CBT works by training you to think more helpful thoughts. Instead of just drowning in pain and thinking negatively, you begin to apply useful solution-oriented thinking to your life. The results are solutions to your problems and fewer painful emotions. As you begin to think more positively, you begin to change into a happier person. Your life will change, too.

CBT is not expensive. In fact, it can be done for free. It also is not hard. It is a therapy method that works. This book is your comprehensive guide to how CBT works and how you can use it to start feeling better today.

©2016 Madison Taylor (P)2016 Madison Taylor

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A Concise, Informative, and Practical Primer

An excellent overview of very specific Cognitive Behavioral Therapy exercises and techniques for both beginners and those already practicing CBT. The material is presented in down-to-earth language that makes CBT easy to understand and easy to put into practice right away. The audiobook requres less than 90 minutes to listen to from start to finish. Therapists may find this book useful as well. Highly Recommended (5 Stars)

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Not good

Sadly this book is more like a booklet. It goes through CBT in the shortest way. If you have anxiety this might leave you quite anxious. Lol

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Informative!

I found the read very straight forward and packed full of relevant information. So much so that reading it again was necessary for me to retain some missed details.

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elementary

i m not stupid...i ve known all what was told in this audiobook. and I HATE AN AMERICAN VOICE discussing whatever...I prefer anyone with an ENGLISH ACCENT.

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  • Eva Grabowski
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Good as a companion

This was very good for beginners, and for people who have been considering CBT. It gave a good explanation of Cognitive Distortions, and is worth reading if one is considering therapy or self help with anxiety.

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