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Behavioral Sciences
  • Author:
    David D. Burns
  • ISBN:
    0452261740
  • ISBN13:
    978-0452261747
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  • Publisher:
    Plume; Reissue edition (September 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    587 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Behavioral Sciences
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The handbook is more comprehensive and a better format and has exercises. Or get both if you want the classic to read while traveling etc.

The handbook is more comprehensive and a better format and has exercises. It does have some content that the Handbook does not have. The Handbook is quite bulky but the classic is small though a bit hard to read (it's designed and formatted like an old paperbacks from the 70s - even though it's new) - If you find the books intimidating or prefer a different format, I highly recommend the podcast. He covers a lot of the same material and.

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The Feeling Good Handbook book. With his phenomenally successful Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy, Dr. David Burns introduced a groundbreaking, drug-free treatment for depression. Now in this long-awaited sequel, he reveals powerful new techniques and provides step-by-step exercises that help you cope with the full range of everyday problems.

The Feeling Good Handbook. 757 Pages · 1999 · 2. 5 MB · 838 Downloads ·English. When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.

With his phenomenally successful 'Feeling good', Dr.

FEELING GOOD FEELS WONDERFUL If you wake up in the morning . 1980 by David D. Burns, . All rights reserved S I g n e t, s ig n et C la s s IC, ment o r, o NY X, plume, meridian.

FEELING GOOD FEELS WONDERFUL If you wake up in the morning dreading the day. No part of this book may be reproduced or 'utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the Publisher. S I g n e t, s ig n et C la s s IC, ment o r, o NY X, plume, meridian.

The Feeling Good Handbook is a book written by David D. Burns. The book includes an explanation of the principles of cognitive behavioral therapy, and details ways to improve a person's mood and life by identifying and eliminating common cognitive distortions, as well as methods to improve communication skills. Exercises are presented throughout the book to assist the reader in identifying cognitive distortions and replace them with healthy beliefs

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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.

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Discusses how to overcome fears, phobias, and panic attacks, improve intimate communication, cope with anxiety, and deal with many other everyday problems

Yggfyn
This is a great book. I don't think there has been any self-help book that has helped me as much as this one. The explanations are very clear and the sequence of self-help activities (cognitive behavior therapy) is very easy to understand. The program begins by explaining the different ways we distort our thinking. For example, "mind-reading" is one of our distorted thinking patterns which is when we presume to know what others think of us, our clothes, our actions, etc. aThe book describes 10 cognitive distortions that make us unhappy. Then, there are exercises to identify negative thoughts, understand the distortion at play, and reframing the thought in a positive way. This is a very "in-a-nutshell" sort of explanation. I have been working in the book for three weeks. Already I feel a tremendous change in my outlook. There are exercises to do. If you do them, you will get better. If you just read the material, probably not. Think about this: you can read a stack of books about tennis but until you get on the court you'll never be able to play. Get this book and do the exercises. You'll be pleased.
Risky Strong Dromedary
I'm not sure why I never discovered this book till now but glad I've found it. It beats every other therapy book I have read. It's comprehensive addresses may of the issues people face. It's well written but I can only get through small chunks at a time. I have a notebook and bookmark to keep track of where I am

I can see it being intimidating for some people. 1) It's quite thick 2) one has to be prepared to do a lot of reading as well as exercises. While CBT may not work for everything, I believe everyone will find something useful in this book. Also keep in mind you don't need to do the whole book, just the relevant sections.

SUGGESTIONS
- I recommend buying the 1999 edition (the one with Dr. Burns on the cover). The edition with the blue cover is flimsy and the paper is so thin and tears easily.
- Buy the handbook over the classic 'Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy'. The handbook is more comprehensive and a better format and has exercises. Or get both if you want the classic to read while traveling etc. It does have some content that the Handbook does not have. The Handbook is quite bulky but the classic is small though a bit hard to read (it's designed and formatted like an old paperbacks from the 70s - even though it's new)
- If you find the books intimidating or prefer a different format, I highly recommend the podcast. He covers a lot of the same material and it might be easier to understand the concepts.
- My only criticism is the instructions for the exercises should be clearer and they should provide digital copies as the ones in the book are small and hard to photo and print. I ended up making my own versions.
SING
Time honored and it really does help with depression - you have to DO the work. I studied this type of thing when getting my masters in counseling years ago - I hit a time in my life where nothing was working for my depression....my sister and I did the book together and we worked with the book for a year. Sometimes, you have to re learn things you thought you knew. The best parts are really about changing your perceptions about life and what it all about - feeling good is a bit misleading- more like - accepting life as it is instead of the fantasy we thought it might be. And being thankful for all of it anyway.
Dagdalas
Great book that is POSITIVE and has exercises to help elevate your mood and thinking. The best thing about it is you can reference effective parts that you like later. Would not recommend a single read through as it could be overwhelming. Will get you thinking about your self and ideas in order to become more aware about CBT. Recommend reading a little at a time, completing relevant work that applies to you, and learning about the basics first. First, it helps to just peruse it and then PUT IT DOWN. Go back a little at a time and mark or highlight things that will help you. The size of the book alone can be intimidating but there are valid stories, examples, and work that can be helpful.
Wizard
If you have ANY difficulty keeping your emotions in order, this is a great book. It addresses anger, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, fear, phobias, intimacy. It uses cognitive behavior therapy which means that one can change their feelings by changing how one thinks. Burns gives many tools to help one change but one has to be ready to change and do all of the exercises in the book. It can change your life!
TheFresh
This book has really turned my life around. The idea that our thoughts affect our mood is quite simple, but profound concept. This book helps us realize this and how to address negative thoughts to improve our overall mood. If you love this book, he also has a podcast. I have listened to all of them and I absolutely love it!
Naril
My new therapist recommended this book to me during our very first session. I was looking for some "tools" to handle depression and anxiety and she immediately thought of this book. She was so right. It has realy great tehcniques for idenitifying and learning to deal wtih/change negative thought patterns. Nothing I have tried before has worked as well as these techniques. It does require actual practice, but the pay off is worth it.
This book is like common sense for thinking in productive and positive ways. Everything makes sense to me. Of course, changing habits can take time, but the rewards are absolutely worth it. LOVE this book and have now purchased several copies of it since I keep giving my copy away.