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Seven Steps to Stop Worry from Stopping You. Or is it making you tense, tired, anxious, uncertain—and more worried? For more than twenty-five years, Dr. Robert L. Leahy has successfully helped thousands of people defeat the worry that is holding them back. Compre o livro The Worry Cure: Seven Steps to Stop Worry from Stopping You na The Worry Cure: Stop worrying and start living e mais milhares de eBooks. Compre The Worry Cure: Stop worrying and start living (English Edition) de Robert L. Leahy na portal7.info Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos.
Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for download. The comprehensive approach to help you identify, challenge, and overcome all types of worry. Worrying feels like second nature. Worry protects you, prepares you, and keeps you safe. For more than twenty-five years, Dr. Robert L.
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Points will be allocated within 7 days of the shipment date. Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Very helpful. Jun 17, Janet marked it as to-read. I've discovered in early mid-life that I'm a worrier May 07, Hande Akcay rated it really liked it.
Onerilen yontemleri henuz uygulamaya baslamadim ama kesinlikle deneyecegim. Bu illeti yasayan herkese tavsiye ederim. Feb 12, Michael Silverman rated it it was amazing. This is a terrific book that I have recommended to many of my patients. Yes, you read that correctly.
I recommend this book to my patients. If you want to try and reduce your worry habits, then this is the book for you. If you want a primer on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that is presented in a prescriptive way, then this is the book for you.
If you are a therapist looking to strengthen your helping skills by u This is a terrific book that I have recommended to many of my patients. If you are a therapist looking to strengthen your helping skills by using empirically supported techniques, then this the book for you. Dec 15, Rose Hunter rated it really liked it. This actually had stuff in it that I found useful and applied immediately and it worked.
Self help that helped this worrier. Should really give it five stars then. May 28, Kate rated it really liked it Shelves: There are some really helpful things in here. It doesn't start well by blaming cold mothers for insecure attachment and thus anxiety, but for some reason I kept reading and was able to put the beginning nonsense aside.
Apr 16, Tannis rated it liked it. This book provides strategies to deal with worry and anxiety that comes from that feeling. I'm still working on these exercises so I will hopefully be able to update once I feel comfortable. But a good start to therapy! Jul 17, Dominic Bellavance rated it did not like it Shelves: On dirait presque une blague. Feb 18, Arthur Augustyn rated it really liked it.
Easy book to jump around with. Practical advice.
Feel like I've got a better road map for addressing problems. May 07, Dora rated it really liked it. Good discussion on looking at, and addressing, your worries.
Concrete advice and steps to help improve your life. Interesting and sensible. Nov 21, Alexander Fitzgerald rated it it was amazing. I generally try to grade books based on what the author was trying to do, whether they did it, and whether that's good for people. In this case, Mr. Leahy did an excellent job of delivering exactly what he promised: Mental strategies to help people deal with worry.
That said, it's hard to give the full five stars here because Mr. Leahy is very much a nuts and bolts guy. I recently read a review of Angela Duckworth's book Grit where many people complained about the prevalence of real-world stories I generally try to grade books based on what the author was trying to do, whether they did it, and whether that's good for people.
I recently read a review of Angela Duckworth's book Grit where many people complained about the prevalence of real-world stories. This is particularly confusing because reading a book like Mr. Leahy's confirms how important examples and analysis are. While Mr. Leahy has incredible strategies he presents them very rapidly, and often in list format. While this makes The Worry Cure an excellent reference book it doesn't make it breezy reading.
Humans are often experiential learners. They're more likely to remember the beats to a great story and its lesson then they are a seven-word axiom, even if that axiom is absolutely brilliant. Leahy does try to provide examples of what he's teaching on a few occasions, but he often picks the most mundane topics to elucidate.
However, the analysis is so good you're just left wondering why he doesn't do that in much more interesting situations. Due to the wildly direct nature of the text, it doesn't really work as an audio book, where my first exposure to it was.
If you fade out for five seconds or don't pay spectacular attention you will get a little lost. For those of us who listen to books while we walk the dog or do something similar, this can be pretty annoying. That said, I'm not grading this book down because it's content is incredible and I imagine as a physical book it's an excellent reference point for those with generalized anxiety. I just hope we can sink our teeth into a meatier future tome from Robert L.
Jan 04, Carol Wiilliams rated it really liked it. Right now I am worried I wasted my money on this book! Don't get me wrong I can see how it can help people who are mostly just plain worriers I already knew I suffered from Social Anxiety Panic Disorder This book really just did not help me with much. I did find out that some of the things I worry about are a waste of my time and energy I gave this book 4 Stars because I am quite certain that it can indeed help people who do not suffer from so many other mental issues.
I have been in therapy for over 20 years and mental issues just run rampant into family. I understand I can't change my gene pool and strangely enough, that is something I don't worry about I will be someone else's problem and not my own.
This book is really helpful!
It's worth giving it a try. As for Part 3, go to the index and pick the worry you want to cure yourself of as all of them carry the seven step plan and part 3 consists of chapter with summary in chapter 16 and each chapter is repetitive. I suggest to exercise a step at a time instead of reading all the steps at onc This book is really helpful! I suggest to exercise a step at a time instead of reading all the steps at once and then suspending them until you are 'ready' - they are effective when you implement each step one-by-one into your thought process.
Only problem I saw was in Part 3. I would have preferred the author to have introduced, explained and listed all the worries in one chapter and then in the next presented the seven steps referencing to chapter one's points as examples. Would have cut Part 3 considerably. As you read the chapters you will pretty much get the gist of what the remaining chapters will contain in Part 3 enough to skim through the rest as I did.
May 29, Kevin rated it really liked it Shelves: A very practical, empowering, and informative book.
I never realized worry and anxiety are different things, and that worry is a tactic to use against anxiety. The book outlines different types of worrying productive vs. It's definitely one of those books you need to "do" in order for it to be beneficial, but just reading it made me feel more in control. I feel that a book like this works best if it's read or done in conjunction with A very practical, empowering, and informative book.
I feel that a book like this works best if it's read or done in conjunction with something like Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn - something that focuses on quieting the mind and being in the moment. The Worry Cure refers to Buddhist meditation at several points, but doesn't do a good job of teaching meditation techniques.
Meditation techniques would also help a reader learn to cope with issues bigger than this book chooses to tackle in depth, like actual illness or the death of a loved one.
View 2 comments. Oct 07, Alicia rated it it was amazing. This book was life-altering for me. I have been a chronic worrier for longer than I can remember. I have read many books on anxiety and worrying, but this one by far surpasses them all. Not only does this book offer great techniques to stop worrying so much, it also provides a lot of insight about why we worry and how worrying affects our daily lives.
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