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Sometimes it's hard not to stop overthinking or stressing. Sometimes it's difficult to stop spiraling. But this book can definitely help you start your life and use your energy more efficiently. I liked this book because of the psychologically-proven tips to regulate emotions and deal with the chatter in your head.
Would recommend this to any overthinkers and easily stressed out there. No more negative talk!
To be honest, I think I've always subconsciously believed that my overthinking was kind of necessary - that part of working myself out of problems was to ponder them as much as I do...and YET....lately it has become such a burden. This book was very illuminating and empowering to me. I was definitely primed, ready and open and hopeful that these insights would be helpful and I feel so happy that they have more than met my expectations. I am excited for the layers of mental entrapment I am confident that I will continue to be able to shed using these techniques but, more importantly, this general perspective shift on how much these habits do not serve me and that forming new ones is what must be done!
I love how Nick breaks down the behaviors, conditions, and hallmarks of anxieties. He ascribes some common executive leadership concepts like gratitude, appreciative inquiry, feedback loops, growth mindset and adaptive responses, and does so in a very authentic way that anyone can understand. He also provides bulleted summary notes. I highly recommend this book.
A really enjoyed this book by Nick Trenton. I own this in hardcover. The book explains really well the science behind anxiety and the brain's interaction with intense emotions, and overthinking, stress, anxiety. The book offers some good practical advice and skills for stressors and intense emotions. I liked the 5-4-3-2-1- grounding technique. Thoughtful and well written.
When I saw the title, I understand that I have to read this book. And read all text from the first page till the end. It was a very insightful and totally "mine" book. I feel like somebody writes all my thought about stress and anxiety. The best things are about emotional triggers and beliefs.
I believe that the only books that help are the ones that gives you tools to apply and not not just theories. , so thank you for writing a practical book with real tools that can be used to help. I have not finished it yet, but until now it is really helping through the first two chapters. I hope the rest remain with the same quality. I will update this post accordingly.