Feeling Good

Feeling Good

The New Mood Therapy

eBook - 1981
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Publisher: New York : Penguin, 1981
Edition: Signet paperback ed
Characteristics: 413 p

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kevinorth
Dec 06, 2016

Any opportunity to employ self care - in addition to prescriptive and therapeutic - is a welcome addition. Dr. Burns puts in simple, easy to understand terms concepts and methods for augmenting and enhancing self care that anyone who is challenged by depression, anxiety, and similar overwhelming mood conditions would be well served to read.

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rbyokoi
Apr 30, 2016

This was and is still revolutionary. People will benefit from this.

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Leah_R
Aug 17, 2015

I am going to buy a coppie. This is one book I want to have available to read and use as needed.

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ppannu123
Jul 26, 2013

It can be REAL help for anyone!!!

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jsnively
Jul 18, 2012

Should be mandatory reading by the age of 16. I wish I would have learned the techniques in this book decades ago. The mind is very powerful and we all have it within us to alter how we think.

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lightbytheway
Dec 07, 2010

This book is a little bible for cognitive therapy, a must read for patients and therapists as well.

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