Feeling Good

by David D. Burns
Another book started in 2005 but not finished by the end of the year!
It’s an interesting book – much of what he says about fighting depression by changing your thoughts is not new to me. I mean, I’ve been struggling rationally against depression since I hit puberty. But he does have some interesting methods for fighting back against nasty automatic thoughts, which is cool.

Now that I’ve finished the book, I’ll add that it was a pretty darn good book overall. Sometimes he lapses into oversimplification and egotism, but it’s pretty rare, and a lot of his techniques have actually been pretty useful to me.

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