The Worry-Free Mind: Train Your Brain, Calm the Stress Spin Cycle, and Discover a Happier, More Productive You
Self-help books often over-promise and under-deliver, so when I started reading The Worry-Free Mind, it was not without some skepticism. However, it quickly became clear that this book would deliver comprehensible instructions that almost any reader could use to tackle the worry and self-doubt we all experience. While the exercises are easy to understand, effectively using them will require the same dedication one would devote to an exercise program that develops stronger muscles or better agility.
The authors’ unflagging belief in the potential of each person to achieve this goal is inspiring, as are their accounts of people they have counseled using the methods described in the book. Additionally, they provide scientific reasons for each exercise and demonstrate the amazing ability of the mind to affect the body. Especially fascinating is their explanation of the five brain waves, the hertz measurements for each, and how this activity affects us. This isn’t just a “think positive” approach to a better mental state; it promises to be a way toward lifestyle changes that promote better health and relationships. The prospect of gaining knowledge that results in positive change is very compelling indeed.
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|Author||Carol Kershaw • Bill Wade|
|Page Count||208 pages|
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