Are you feeling a lot distressed lately? Are you struggling with anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, among others? If yes, while it may be kind of a big deal, it is not all doom and gloom either. If you want to know about dealing with these issues, then you might want to keep reading.
We live in a competitive socio-economic world where just about anything can bring about anxiety or depression. It could be financial constraints or it could be typical family squabbles. It could even be the next "kind of" offensive tweet you will read from an absolute stranger who may or may not have been targeting you in the first place. These are challenging times indeed, and as such, the need for strategies and measures to help us cope is paramount.
Dealing with these issues on your own, and silently at that, is quite a daunting undertaking, borderline impossible. However, it does not have to be that way. Here is an audiobook published to equip you with useful insight on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and how you can wage war on depression, anxiety, and PTSD and come out on the other side victorious.
Here are some of the things discussed at length in this audiobook:
CBT 101: Getting to know what Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is and the different types of CBT
How CBT might benefit you and those close to you
Cognitive disorders and their respective treatments
The different ways CBT improves your daily life
Getting to know the unhelpful ways we think that can lead to psychological problems
Tips on how to overcome fear
Tips on how to cultivate and embrace positive thoughts
If you are feeling overwhelmed with anxiety attacks, negative thoughts, panic, low self-esteem, and anger, and you are looking to restore to you the power over yourself and your thoughts, then you are the target audience for this audiobook. Even if you could never do some things at the moment because of past failures or unpleasant childhood and adolescent memories, or simply because they leave you emotionally susceptible, you can now learn new approaches to dealing with the issues that have their bases in emotional disturbance and prey on your emotional weakness.
The basic fundamental idea behind Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is that our feelings and thoughts end up defining our behavior, and in that essence, this audiobook mostly tries to point out that, while we cannot control every single aspect of the world around us, we can take control of how we perceive, interpret, and deal with the things that happen around us.
For CBT to be most effective, you need to have an understanding of what it is, what is expected of you, the do's and don’ts, and other nitty-gritty; which is why I have compiled an audiobook that makes this process easier for you. By listening to this audiobook, you will be better poised to deal with these issues come the day you need to knuckle up.
Would you like to know more about CBT and the different ways to deal with negative thoughts, low self-esteem, anger, anxiety, and PTSD?
If you do, you might want to get this audiobook now to get started.