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Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy


This national bestseller, reissued with a new Introduction from the author, presents a highly successful, clinically proven, drug-free treatment for ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy

Overall customer rating: 4.429
Frank F
by Frank F on Sep 20, 2012

Book was not delivered in condition stated on the website. Also, the picture on the website at time of purchase was of a different edition than what was sent. Displeased with seller. Never heard back from seller when I emailed my disappointment.


Immensely helpful

by Cavalcanti on Mar 11, 2010

As a practicing psychotherapist, who engages in bibliotherapy, I have through the years given this book to clients. It has never failed to have a most positive effect on helping them move from their depression---feelings of helplessness, haplessness and hopelessness---to truly "feeling good."


Great self-help

by momgigs on May 7, 2009

Book provides tools for ongoing self-care. Stick with it for 4 weeks.


This Book WIll Change Your Life

by jen5983 on Mar 4, 2009

This is one of those rare books that will change your life. What it has to say is so powerful, that no matter WHO you are, you will learn something that will make you a happier, more confident person. This might sound silly, but I buy this book in multiples and give it to people I know well on a regular basis. I feel it is my responsibility to help people who seem like they could be happier by having improved coping skills -- by giving them this incredible "tool" to help themselves. Having read almost every "self-help" book ever written, this is the one with practical advice that tells you EXACTLY why you are thinking what you are thinking and EXACTLY -- step by step -- what to DO about changing the way you think, and feel. If you are a person who truly wants to take ownership of your negative thoughts and your actions to make your life better, but you just never learned HOW to do that, there is no better personal investment than the time it takes to read this fantastic book.


Great & thought provoking

by mabissa on Dec 7, 2007

The doctor I see for chronic pain suggested this book and am I glad he did! Although I knew stress affects pain, I'd never thought about past incidents in my life affecting my pain now. Buy this book and then find a comfortable chair as you won't be able to put it down. It will make you laugh, cry, think, and work, but it will help you if you let it the message & information into your head and heart.

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