Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated Reviews

Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated

Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated

The simple, untold truth about anxiety and depression is that they are habits of insecurity—and, like all habits, they can be broken. In this new edition of the highly successful Self-Coaching, Dr. Joseph Luciani shows you how to change your way of thinking and develop a healthy, adaptive way of living through his proven Self-Talk strategy for coaching yourself back to health.

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Beat Depression And Anxiety By Changing Your Brain: With Simple Practices That Will Improve Your Life

Beat Depression And Anxiety By Changing Your Brain: With Simple Practices That Will Improve Your Life

The key to overcoming depression and anxiety and stop living a fear-based existence is in your head.Literally.By taking control of your mind and thoughts and adopting brain-healthy habits, you can harness the superpower we were all born with, neuroplasticity – your brain’s ability to change itself, optimize operation, reverse negative thinking patterns, and actually alter its chemical balance and physical form and function, so that happy and healthy become the default. Change your brain. Change

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  • October 6, 2016 at 4:25 am
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    This review is from: Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated (Paperback)
    Excellent resource to assist you with finding the strength you already have inside. A must read for everyone!!!
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  • October 6, 2016 at 5:25 am
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    Five Stars, July 21, 2016
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    This book was extremely helpful!!
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  • October 6, 2016 at 5:32 am
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    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
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    Helps w/ the issues (and much more), June 28, 2007
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    Todd H. Rogers
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    This review is from: Self-Coaching: The Powerful Program to Beat Anxiety and Depression, 2nd Edition, Completely Revised and Updated (Paperback)
    It’s been about 3-4 years since I read this book. I was in a dark period after a family tragedy. I’m a very well adjusted and happy adult and this book is a big part of it.

    Revolutionary? No. It’s just a simple way to re-engineer self-image. What Dr. Joe advocates is 1. disrupt the negative self-talk (all depression patients know about the neg. self talk). 2. replace the negative “ST” with positive “ST.” 3. practice this habit over and over until it becomes routine (perhaps the most challenging part). 4. After doing this exercise for about 6-12 months, suddenly you discover that this activity becomes habit, and you then pleasantly discover that your self image is constantly positive and you feel much-much better.

    Then, you start to apply this technique to other parts of your life, and, if you’re like me, you realize that all that stuff the dali lama preaches is real: you really do have control over your life!

    This book requires steady work-hard work which, if practiced, becomes easy with time. Hang in there folks! Stick to the plan and you will find your way out of the dark hole!

    Who else do I recommend? Check out Tal Ben-Shahar’s books. He’s another positive psychologist. Good stuff.

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  • October 6, 2016 at 6:23 am
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    18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
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    Redundancy and Self-Pity, June 10, 2015
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    Even on a purely anecdotal level, this story is probably among the most redundant I’ve read in my entire life; almost every chapter initially delves into the author’s truly unfortunate life story with only a few brief moments of divergence before the cycle repeats. While the entire backdrop concerning brain plasticity and the author’s healthy skepticism toward medication drew me in the most, it was fatiguing to hear the same fight rephrased over fifty times during the course of this short read. I also didn’t leave with any profound knowledge I hadn’t already heard elsewhere on an entirely deeper level. Apart from being mildly interesting during the opening chapters, the drivel that fills the remainder of the book just isn’t worth it. If you know the slightest bit about neuroplasticity or what the human mind is capable of, spare yourself the agony and skip this book.
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  • October 6, 2016 at 6:30 am
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
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    If Depression is a Mountain, Then Let Debbie Hampton Be Your Sherpa, March 13, 2015
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    George W. Colombo (Williamsburg, VA USA) –

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    Let me start with the fact that Debbie Hampton is a terrific writer. This is true in two important ways: First, her writing style is graceful and entertaining and never imposes itself on the reader. Said differently, she’s just a pleasure to read. The other way in which she’s a terrific writer, though, is even more important: She’s a bona fide expert who’s methodically worked her way through the maze of depression and come out the other side with valuable information.

    These two qualities combine to make this book a genuine “must read” for anyone wrestling with the twin adversaries of depression and anxiety. Debbie reveals everything she’s learned about how the brain works and how that knowledge can be used to deliberately change how you think, how you see the world, and how you react to it. It’s very difficult for people with depression to convey to people who aren’t depressed how bleak and hopeless the world can look from inside the maze. Debbie not only understands that but she also reassures her readers that there’s a way out if they understand the nature of the journey and stick with it. And she provides hope that’s based on science, not faith or mere hope (though her message is wildly hopeful).

    Here’s the bottom line: Your brain can change, you can change it, and you can do so methodically and deliberately.

    The world of depression can be a forlorn place, indeed. Debbie Hampton is a great guide and friend who can, I promise, turn the journey into an adventure. If you are plagued with depression or anxiety, please forgive the pun when I tell you that buying this book is a no-brainer.

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  • October 6, 2016 at 7:21 am
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    she will show you the amazing recovery she overcame in her life and the recovery …, March 7, 2015
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    Ms.Hampton has gained insight into something that can change everyone from within. Neuroplasticity of the brain, our brains, everyones brain, can lead us to realize that it is never to late to improve our lives, relationships, recover from illness, or anything. Life starts today, through Ms. Hampton’s book, she will show you the amazing recovery she overcame in her life and the recovery you can have in your life also. This is a must book for those of us who want better lives over depression [Which I have], anxiety, or actually anything. Her blog is wonderful also, http://www.thebestbrainpossible.com . Get this book, it will inspire you, I promise
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