Free yourself from fears, phobias and panic attacks. Overcome self-defeating attitudes. Discover the five secrets of intimate communication. Put an end to marital conflict. Conquer your procrastination and unleash your potential for success.In 'Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy' Dr David Burns introduced a groundbreaking, drug-free treatment for depression that has helped millions of people around the world. Now, in this long-awaited sequel, he reveals powerful new techniques and provides practical exercises that will help you cope with problems and learn how to make life a happier, more exhilarating experience.
Reveals techniques and features exercises that can help you cope with problems and learn how to make life a happier, more exhilarating experience. This book can help you: free yourself from fears, phobias and panic attacks; overcome self-defeating attitudes; discover the five secrets of intimate communication; and, put an end to marital conflict.
If you are looking for sound, workable advice on how to change your life a little or a lot, this is the book for you * Robert L. Leahy, Ph.D., Director, Centre for Cognitive Therapy, New York *Dr Burns has done it again. He had provided us with clearly described and practical guidelines for dealing with fears, anxieties, panic attacks, procrastination, and communication problems ... invaluable * M. Anthony Bates, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Dublin Ireland *Carries the very useful procedures of Feeling Good into many other important areas of life. Clear, systematic, and forceful. * Albert Ellis, Ph.D., President, Institute for Rational-Emotional Therapy and author of A New Guide to Rational Living *This book makes a difference. Anyone who experiences emotional distress (that is, everyone) will find this book invaluable. Dr. Burns presents dozens of helpful exercises in his inimitable, lively, and self-revealing style. * Jackie Persons, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of California at San Francisco, and Director, San Francisco Bay Area Centre for Cognitive Therapy *