Feeling good: the new mood therapy

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Morrow, Jul 1, 1980 - Psychology - 393 pages
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Reveals how depression can be regulated by developing self-esteem, changing the habits of pessimistic thinking, and becoming aware of distorted perceptions that bring on mood changes

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Rose Mae is a minor character in Jackson’s Gods in Alabama. This novel tells her story. After a childhood filled with abuse, she finds herself trapped in an abusive marriage. She decides it’s time to ... Read full review

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Joshilyn Jackson took a minor character from another book, and turned her into the main character of this one. At the root of the story is much darkness, but it is told with a deft hand, humor, and a genuine grasp of the human psyche. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
15
A Major Breakthrough in the Treatment
21
Beck Depression Inventory
31
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