Free advice and self-help Kindle books for 03 Feb 18

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A 21 Day Step by Step Guide to Overcoming Anxiety, Depression & Negative Thought Patterns – Simple Methods to Retrain Your Brain (Psychotherapy Book 4)

by David Clark

Would you like to Overcome Anxiety, Depression and Negative Thought Patterns?

Are living with a greater than average degree of anxiety?

If yes, then you know how difficult it can be to get past the sometimes constant onrush of anxious thoughts that clog your mind at the first sign that things might not go exactly according to plan. If you don’t like the idea of medication, but are looking for a way to improve your life by decreasing the amount of anxiety you feel on a daily basis, then Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A 21 Day Step by Step Guide to Overcoming Anxiety, Depression & Negative Thought Patterns – Simple Methods to Retrain Your Brain is the book you have been waiting for.

CBT is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on the reasoning that causes you to feel certain ways or perceive certain situations. As anxiety is often caused as a reaction to these things, and because it results in distorted thinking, it can easily warp the way you see the world with flawed perceptions. As such, CBT teaches users a more realistic, healthier way to think. CBT is based on a few core principles, the first of which is that thoughts influence actions as well as behaviors, but this is not a one-way street. If you change one component in the cycle, then you influence the others.

If you like the idea of improving your responses to your anxiety, not through complex analysis, but through good, old-fashioned hard work and repetition than CBT is for you, and there is no better place to get an overview of the entire process than in these pages.

Inside you will find

  • Practical exercises to combat your anxiety in the moment

  • Long-term exercises designed to reduce the rate of anxiety flare ups

  • Negative thought traps that may be influencing you right now and how to get past them once and for all

  • And moreâ?¦

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy today, take control of your mind and start your healing journey!

Going Underground: British autistic detective (Jonathan Roper investigates Book 1)

by Michael Leese

Poking around in dark corners can be bad for your health. But Jonathan Roper has never let that sort of thing get in the way, and once he’s got the bit between his teeth there’s no stopping him – even when his own safety comes under threat. It makes him a wonderful detective and an impossible colleague.
Roper is autistic and finds it really hard to make friends, but he can pull together the oddest clues to make sense of the most complicated crimes. If one man can be said to understand him it’s Detective Chief Inspector, Brian Hooley, a veteran of Scotland Yard. Years on the job have given him a near bullet-proof armour-plating, and he’s going to need it. Working with Roper means he will have to withstand a barrage of bracingly direct personal comments. Despite this, the DCI is his biggest supporter because he knows Roper is the man you turn to when everyone else gives up.
“Going Underground is a page turning thriller that will keep you awake at night with its twists and turns that make it impossible to put down, and the richly observed characters will stay with you long after you finish.” “Their remarkable relationship is highlighted by compelling dialogue and laugh out loud moments, making this more than just another cop story.”


“Engaging and suspenseful. I loved the characters, especially the autistic Jonathan Roper and the way his character was developed. I felt involved and as if I were in the middle of the investigation myself. I couldn’t wait to buy the second book in this series and hope there will be more” nansaidh

“From Chief Inspector Hooley to Jonathan, the characters in this book are totally real and completely believable. The bad guys, the science, the special forces chaps, and everyone involved could be in your city. Great story with twists and dips completely unexpected.” starjumper

“I seldom write a book review but this story was so well written and the characters so well developed that I wanted to support the author. I will be purchasing the second book in this series and look forward to more adventures with these two detectives.” patcats

“JUST WOW. I’m always on the lookout for a new author who writes “old school” crime thrillers…. you know the kind I mean – great characters, well researched, good plot and a twist to keep you hooked. This author ticks ALL the boxes. Jonathan Roper is a great character, very believable to anyone who knows anyone on the autism spectrum but he’s not overplayed. Loved book 1, just bought book 2.” Pat McCulloch

“A fast paced story, likeable characters, great plot twists and turns. Really enjoyed the addition of Jonathon Roper to the cast. Loved trying to follow his reasoning. A real page turner. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.” Verified Amazon customer.

“Excellent book. The portrayal of the autistic main character was quite good. Being autistic I thoroughly enjoyed reading a realistic expression of how we react to the world. The story was also very good and it kept your attention. Hope to read many more stories about this character.” Susie

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story line was very good, but what really kept me engaged was the quirky, but relatable, character Jonathan Roper. Lots of humorous interactions between him and his boss. After the first few pages, I couldn’t put it down. Getting ready to read the next book in the series now. Keep them coming. I love this guy.” BG Lewis

“This is spectacularly good. The autistic detective is a wonderful character and the writing is very well crafted. I hope to see more of these. Great work, Michael Leese!” John A Sanders

Going Underground
I Can See You
To Kill A Critic

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