The Feeling Good Handbook

For those of you who have the time to read an in-depth book (in an easy to read style), I recommend The Feeling Good Handbook by David D. Burns, M.D.

The chapters that are appropriate for anyone are: Chapter One (recognizing distorted thinking and dealing with it) and chapters 18-22 on communication.

The book also has excellent information and cognitive behavioral techniques for overcoming depression and anxiety, as well as an analysis of mood-altering medications.

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