Anxiety and Depression: 42 Essays on Taming the Wild Moods
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Often, it is thought that the best we can do with these moods is to survive them. But that requires effort and the the Buddhists refer to as "Right Thought": a clear understanding of the terrain, and a willingness to practice are the ingredients of transforming these moods into a joyous and meaningful life. It is possible to overcome, rather than simply manage, the Wild Moods of anxiety and depression. The 42 short essays in this book are organized into three sections: Inspiration, Context, and Experiments. But it is possible to, in time, to actually pull them up by the roots, and this book gives one explanation of
This is an excellent, wise book This is an excellent, wise book written by a very skilled and very human psychotherapist. It will help a lot of people. I very strongly recommend it. - eric mauer. Chatty, down-to-earth resource for understanding your own moods Anonymous Marty Cooper's advice is chatty, down-to-earth and genuinely helpful. Very readable and not too technical, though he obviously has the training to offer serious help to his clients. This is not a slapdash self-help book, but it is very approachable.