People could feel so good they'd quit their jobs, fly kites in Times Square, block traffic, uh The Mayor : Stop voting! Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Add the first question. Runtime: 94 min. Color: Color Technicolor.
Edit page. September Streaming Picks. Editors' Picks: Netflix Highlights. Clear your history. Gardner Monroe. So unpleasant and unhelpful that it's put me off reading any more books in the genre. Not recommended for people and other living things. Oct 27, Bota Suleimenova rated it did not like it. The reason I mostly hate self-help books is that self-help books never help.
Dec 24, Hoboofawesome rated it did not like it. Most of the book is comprised of example therapy sessions he had with his patients. Every single one of them goes like this Next I will talk to Sheila, she is married to a wonderful man, has 5 successful happy children, is an award winning chef, helped her parents escape the Nazis, graduated from Harvard, is shockingly beautiful, and in her spare time she conducts orchestras.
She came into my office feeling a bit down, let's see what happened next! You are of extre Most of the book is comprised of example therapy sessions he had with his patients. You are of extreme importance to everyone around you and you live a perfect life. I feel so much better. Now for anther example. Bob is worried he is going to be fired, lets see what happened next! Was your anxiety justified? Now for anther example The entire book is like that.
There are points in which it borders on comedy. What if I have a reason to be depressed? Mar 07, Jason Gibbons rated it did not like it. An absolute flaming pile of drivel that I would actually consider dangerous to a deeply depressed person. Stay away and if your therapist has this on their shelf, run. Oct 16, Anastasia rated it it was amazing. An excellent book which leaves you feeling good. Jan 01, Jane rated it it was amazing.
This book can help you identify twisted thinking and then change it to something more realistic. It was amazing to me to discover just how twisted, unhelpful and just plain irrational my thinking was! Most negative thinking falls into these categories. But so does "positive thinking" and affirmations -- they can be just as black and white, twisted and unhelpful. Feeling Good teaches you how to identify what Burns calls cognitive distortions and replace them with more rational and reasonable thou This book can help you identify twisted thinking and then change it to something more realistic.
Feeling Good teaches you how to identify what Burns calls cognitive distortions and replace them with more rational and reasonable thoughts. Eg the thought "I never do anything right" is an example of all-or-nothing thinking, overgeneralization, jumping to conclusions, fortune-telling, and discounting the positive.
Reading this book is like installing new and upgraded software into your mind. I only wish I had read it 30 years ago when it was first published! Feb 07, Natalie Cardon rated it it was amazing Shelves: counseling , psychology , science , mental-health , self-help , health , reference , nonfiction , personal-development.
This book helps people get over depression by realizing your thoughts sometimes lie to you, exaggerate or basically make no sense. For example, all or nothing, discounting the positive, or magnifying the negative. I can't believe how frequently I did this. The author is so persuasive and easy to read. This is literally one of the top life changing books I've ever read.
I would definitely recommend it for depressed people AND average every day people. Jun 27, Caroline rated it it was ok. I started out loving this book. His thesis is this: thoughts create emotion, not the other way around. But his tone is so condescending that I could barely make it to the end of this unecessarily fat book.
Feb 04, Steffi rated it it was ok. Good insights, but I got the impression that the author thought that whoever would read the book would be stupid. Readers also enjoyed. Self Help. About David D. David D. Burns popularized cognitive behavioral therapy CBT when his book became a best seller during the s. Burns received his B. He completed his residency training in psychiatry in at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and was certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Burns is the author of numerous research studies, book chapters and books.
He also gives lectures and conducts many psychotherapy training workshops for mental health professionals throughout the United States and Canada each year.
He has won many awards for his research and teaching, and has been named "Teacher of the Year" three times by the graduating class of psychiatric residents at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Burns was an early student of Aaron T. Beck who developed cognitive therapy from s work by Albert Ellis whose work was based on that of Alfred Adler. Burns is on the voluntary faculty of the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he is actively involved in research and training.
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Quotes from Feeling Good: The Your self cannot be equated with any one thing you do. Your life is a complex and ever-changing flow of thoughts, emotions, and actions. To put it another way, you are more like a river than a statue. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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I have your book with me. Something that I know for sure will lead my life out of the dark. I love psychologist too since I was a kid after watching my mom suffer depression once in her life. But then, later on, I have to go through that too, but you really inspired me to expose it, keep learning what I love and help other people too.
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These podcasts include vignettes illustrating challenging therapeutic logjams that were resolved with the skillful use of the Five Secrets, as well as examples of how you can use the Five Secretes with loved ones, friends, colleagues, customers, and even aggressive or irritating strangers.One of these is, “I feel good,” for “I feel well.” “Good,” so employed, refers to moral health. — Anne Singleton, The Washington Post, 9 Aug. Another form of opposition to feeling good is that good is commonly used as an adjective, and so the verb feel .