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Addicted To Negative Thinking?
by Zera Young
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If you want total freedom from your negative thinking trap, then practical help is at hand, so please keep reading…
Do you feel you are missing out because constant negativity is seriously holding you back?
Negative thinking can suck the joy out of life, leaving you feeling disappointed, anxious and worthless. It's like you're hitting your head against a brick wall, getting nowhere. It can be exhausting and, if you've been feeling like this for a while, negative thinking has probably become your default and you are hooked.
Rest assured, it doesn’t have to be like this. It’s easier than you think to break the pattern and transform your life.
This book will help you understand why you are addicted to negative thinking and provide you with all the essential tools to free yourself from the vicious cycle. You'll be introduced to proven techniques that will empower you to make the necessary positive changes and help you to manage any negative thought patterns going forward.
Zera Young is a trained specialist and a published author who has helped countless people to overcome the limiting impact of negative thinking.
She will share her professional expertise and personal experiences to guide you on your personal growth and self-discovery journey.
Zera will be supporting you every step of the way. She will share practical, common-sense advice that will make it as easy as possible for you to create positive change and take back control of your life.
In Addicted to Negative Thinking?: And Why Positive Thinking is Not the Answer, you will discover:
Why negative thinking can become addictive.
Why positive thinking is not the answer.
Ways to understand the bad habits of your negative thinking.
Ways to improve self-awareness and self-understanding.
How to identify your key issues.
Ways to control your internal dialogue.
How to be aware of your key triggers.
Techniques for developing coping mechanisms.
How to change your focus.
How to appreciate your value and improve your sense of self-worth.