Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: How to Free Yourself from Your Inner Monologue and Eliminate Negative Self Forever - Stuart Killan

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: How to Free Yourself from Your Inner Monologue and Eliminate Negative Self Forever

By Stuart Killan

  • Release Date: 2018-11-03
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4
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Description

Do you have a nagging voice in the back of your head, telling you that you aren't good enough?

A study at the University of Ohio showed that the average human suffers from negative self-talk at least 13 times a day.

And this self-talk actually has serious knock on effects into your physical and mental wellbeing.

However, what may surprise you is…

Everybody, including the most successful people on the planet…suffers from this!

It's how you deal with it that matters.

Because you can overcome this, no matter how bad this habit in ingrained in you right now

Here's just a fraction of what you'll  learn:
How to identify the 4 true causes of negative self-talk6 ways to increase positive thinking4 simple exercises (which take no more than 3 minutes) to foster good daily habitsThe surprising physical benefits of positive thinking2 "silly" ways to make even the most negative situations seem smallOne subtle change in your words which brings massive positive effects in your actionsA fun way to use stories to supercharge your energy levels and fill your mind with gratitude
It's not a bad thing that we talk to ourselves a lot -- but the words we choose to say to ourselves can be defeating.

By taking the time to fill your mind with more positive phrases.

You can push yourself toward success, not away from failure.

In this easy to understand book…written in plain English…designed to be read in one sitting…you can quickly identify negative thoughts pattern…and replace them with more positive ones

Reviews

  • Love yourself.

    4
    By LivSlw7
    Short, sweet and honest to a stern/fair degree. Its a gentle, but truthful book to help us all remember that we deserve to be happy!