Dont Feed The Monkey Mind: How to Stop The Cycle of Anxiety Fear and Worry [Audiobook]
Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind: How to Stop the Cycle of Anxiety, Fear, and Worry by Jennifer Shannon
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 119 MB
Overview: The very things we do to control anxiety can make anxiety worse. This unique guide offers a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based approach to help you recognize the constant chatter of your anxious "monkey mind", stop feeding anxious thoughts, and find the personal peace you crave.
Ancient sages compared the human mind to a monkey: constantly chattering, hopping from branch to branch – endlessly moving from fear to safety. If you are one of the millions of people whose life is affected by anxiety, you are familiar with this process. Unfortunately, you can’t switch off the "monkey mind", but you can stop feeding the monkey – or stop rewarding it by avoiding the things you fear.
Written by psychotherapist Jennifer Shannon, this book shows you how to stop anxious thoughts from taking over using proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness techniques. By following the exercises in this book, you’ll learn to identify your own anxious thoughts, question those thoughts, and uncover the core fears at play.
Once you stop feeding the monkey, there are no limits to how expansive your life can feel. This book will show you how anxiety can only continue as long as you try to avoid it. And, paradoxically, only by seeking out and confronting the things that make you anxious can you reverse the cycle that keeps your fears alive.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
Don’t Feed the Monkey Mind: How to Stop the Cycle of Anxiety, Fear, and Worry by way of Jennifer Shannon
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 4.1 MB
Overview: The very issues we do to keep watch over nervousness could make nervousness worse. This distinctive information provides a cognitive behavioral remedy (CBT)-based manner that will help you acknowledge the consistent chatter of your nervous “monkey thoughts,” prevent feeding nervous ideas, and in finding the private peace you crave.
Ancient sages in comparison the human thoughts to a monkey: continuously chattering, hopping from department to branch-endlessly transferring from concern to protection. If you’re probably the most hundreds of thousands of folks whose existence is suffering from nervousness, you’re conversant in this procedure. Unfortunately, you’ll be able to’t transfer off the “monkey thoughts,” however you’ll be able to prevent feeding the monkey-or prevent rewarding it by way of averting the belongings you concern.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General