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Cognitive behavioral therapy can change your life. CBT is the most researched type of therapy and scientists have found that it can be very effective in helping people with all kinds of mental health concerns. Whether you deal with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, PTSD – all of these things and more can be helped by CBT. 

The secret is that our thoughts and judgments are what determines our perceptions of the world. The way we act and feel is a combination of the situations that happen to us and our judgments about those situations. By changing your thoughts, you can change how you feel.

The power to change your life is within your own mind. This book will teach you how to observe your thoughts and change them. It will give you the tools you need to make real, meaningful change, right away. 

In addition to cognitive interventions, this book also talks about ways you can learn to problem solve and deal with specific issues in your life. Sometimes things seem unsurmountable, but when we look closer at them, we can learn ways to deal with what troubles us. 

Regardless of what you struggle with, a better life is possible. All you need to do is take the first step toward helping yourself: buying this book. With this book, you can start a journey toward self-acceptance and self-love that can make you feel better each and every day. 
Learn the background of cognitive behavioral therapy and what makes it unique and special. Develop an understanding of the way your mind works. Learn the way that thoughts help determine your emotions and behaviors. Explore the "four factor model" of behavior, which is a tool that will help you change your life. Track the automatic thoughts that cause you pain and lead to behaviors that you regret. Learn to change your thoughts and make them more accurate and beneficial to the things you want to do in life. Track cognitive distortions and learn to stop them in your own life. Regulate your emotions and tolerate distress, even in the worst situations. Learn to get stuff done even if you don't feel like it. Develop organizational skills and the ability to plan your life. Solve problems and develop skills of resilienceLearn mindfulness and how to be in the present Improve your relationships with other people. Conquer your fears through exposure therapyAnd more!

Body, Mind & Spirit
15 July
Tony Bennis
Draft2Digital, LLC

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