Publication Date: June 15, 2021
We live in uncertain times. Due to this, anxiety rules over manys daily lives. The spiral of toxic thoughts can leave you paralyzed. In this book you will find many ways to overcome your negative self defeating thoughts and behaviours. From meditation, daily routine improvement , C.B.T therapy skills, healthy habits and much more. This is a tool kit designed to help you stop negative thoughts and emotions, as well as tips on how to live your best life with no regrets. I personally have struggled with my own self defeating thoughts and emotions and through these steps I was able to take control of my life.
Author Peter Francis tackles the challenging topic of eliminating negative thoughts in order for us to become a more effective version of ourselves. In Get Out of Your Head, he outlines steps to stop negative thoughts and emotions to live a positive, productive life.
Broken into six chapters, the self-help book is a quick read of fewer than 100 pages. The underlying premise focuses on the need to create new routines and habits. To do this, you must first identify patterns that have been unsuccessful, causing undue stress. The author also emphasizes the tried and true premises regarding the importance of eating breakfast and practicing self-care.
Many of the tools suggested are based on common sense, particularly the ones found in the self-care chapter. The author emphasizes the importance of brushing your teeth, styling your hair, and getting a good night’s sleep. For readers new to the self-help realm, this would make an excellent starter book.
While the author has compiled a variety of references used in creating the book, it would have been helpful to have more interactive moments throughout the text. Although the author uses bullet points, a more diverse layout would assist in identifying key takeaways to ensure they aren’t buried within the text.
Get Out of Your Head provides some basic insight into how to shift from negative to positive in search of a more productive life.
Peter Vickers, 29, Originally from Calgary Alberta has always enjoyed expressing his creativity in many different ways. Only in the last few years has he decided to use writing as a creative outlet. Having his fair share of hardship Peter is no stranger to negative thoughts emotions and hopes that his books may help others to lead a healthy happy life using the tips that helped him. Peter enjoys Hiking, camping and being outdoors and now lives in the beautiful okanagan where he continues to write and explore with his 3 year old lab husky mix.
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