Seth Goleman,Travis Wells

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Do you want to defeat your anxiety and depression without having to rely on prescription drugs? Then keep reading…

Are you stuck in a cycle of anxious thoughts and avoidance behaviors? Do you suffer from panic attacks just thinking about your anxiety? Do you experience random bursts of anger due to an inability to control your emotions or struggle with feelings of intense sadness and hopelessness?

Depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem can put a negative spin on everything, including the way you think, how you feel, and how you behave. When you get stuck in this negative cycle, it becomes crippling to the point where you can’t experience love, career satisfaction, or make new friends.

Recovery is possible though! There are strategies and techniques that you can learn to improve your mental health both in the present moment and long-term.

Anyone who struggles from the symptoms of depression, anxiety, panic, worry, anger, phobias, sleep disorders, low self-esteem, social anxiety, or post traumatic stress disorder will benefit greatly from reading this book. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Beginners Guide to CBT with Simple Techniques for Retraining the Brain to Defeat Anxiety, Depression, and Low Self-Esteem will provide you with many exercises and techniques for re-training your brain to leave negative thought patterns behind for good.

In this book, you’ll discover:

— What is cognitive behavioral therapy
— The ONE thing fueling your anxiety and depression to get rid of immediately
— How does cognitive behavioral therapy work
— The “tricks” your mind plays that distorts your reality and holds you back
— How to improve the likelihood that you will respond in a positive manner in the future
— The truth about becoming more aware of your own mood and emotions
— The easiest way to identify your problems and issues instantly
— How to avoid cognitive distortions, generalizations, and “black and white” ways of thinking
— A little known technique for facing your fears and anxieties head-on rather than avoiding them
— How to boost your self-esteem naturally to look at your life from a positive perspective
— Proven, powerful, and practical strategies for overcoming obstacles to avoid a relapse into poor mental health
— How to set and achieve your own goals for better long-term mental health
— And much much more!

While other cognitive behavioral therapy workbooks on the market can make starting this therapy overwhelming, our book is all about cognitive behavioral therapy made simple and easy, taking you from the basics and beyond. So if you’d like to take back control of your life and be free of depression and anxiety for good, then order this book today and begin your journey!
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    Identify your automatic negative thoughts.
    Write these thoughts down as they occur. Concentrate on self-critical and bad thoughts that you have towards yourself. Also, record the factors, events, and situations that cause you to have these negative thoughts. Examples of negative thoughts that harm your self-esteem might be:
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    there evidence for this thought, or am I just making assumptions?
    What is the worst that could possibly happen?
    Is it likely that this will happen?
    Has it ever happened before?
    Will this matter a week from now?
    Am I overestimating the chances of a disaster?
    Am I worrying about how things should be instead of accepting the way they are?
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    The first step in this process is to write down all of the things that cause you fear, worry, or anxiety, whether these feelings are warranted or not. You can keep these thoughts in a journal or record them in a "thought log." Either way, try to describe the situations that you experience and the thoughts and feelings that result. Practice reflecting on and writing down your thoughts as they occur. Make sure you include examples of self-doubt and negative self-talk. Examples of negative thoughts might be:

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