The Feeling Good Handbook

The Feeling Good Handbook

Authors: David D. Burns,

Not many experts address the small, everyday conflicts we face in life. But they are often the reasons behind the greater problems, such as depression and anxiety. Dr. Burns eliminates this and reveals some simple techniques to make your life more fulfilling. From improving communication skills to becoming a better spouse, this book has the answer to most of life’s overwhelming situations.

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