Practical exercises to help combat clinical depression from the author of the bestselling Feeling Good. Burns presents a powerful new tool for achieving and maintaining self-confidence and an optimistic outlook--in 10 days. Charts and worksheets throughout. Comb binding.Practical exercises to help combat clinical depression from the author of the bestselling Feeling Good. Burns presents a powerful new tool for achieving and maintaining self-confidence and an optimistic outlook--in 10 days. Charts and worksheets throughout. Comb binding.Read Less
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I am doing this book with my therapist. I like it because I can take the lesson home with me to review or go ahead.
If you have self esteem issues this can help you.
May 4, 2007
David Burns "10 Days to Self Esteem"
This is a great workbook for people suffering from all types of mental disorders and depression. The title belies the fact that it takes more than 10 days, of course, to improve your self esteem. The author also wrote "Feeling Good, The New Mood Therapy". I would recommend you read and study both of David Burns books. His books are the number one books recommended by psychologists and psychiatrists for their patients. 10 Days to Self Esteem is a highly recommended companion book to his original work.
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