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Transforming negative self-talk; practical, effective exercises.


Transforming negative self-talk; practical, effective exercises.

Andreas, Steve.

W.W. Norton


116 pages



Critical internal self-talk (e.g., "I'm a loser") can lead to anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive thoughts. Following an overview of the negative and positive aspects of self-talk, a private practitioner in Boulder, Colorado, presents case examples and exercises for harnessing these inner voices for their beneficial effects. For example, talking back to these messages or pairing them with music can alter their tone and lead to self-acceptance. Andreas is the author of Change Your Mind and Keep the Change and other books.

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Date:Oct 1, 2012
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