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by Arnold Lazarus PhD,Clifford Lazarus PhD,Allen Fay M.D.


Forty common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt are debunked by two psychologists and a psychiatrist.

book by Arnold A. Lazarus. Stop making the same dumb mistakes. Forty common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt are debunked by two psychologists and a psychiatrist. Helps readers stop making the same "dumb mistakes " This book explodes some of the most destructive myths in western culture - and gives an "antidote" to each toxic idea. Another work by world-renowned psychologist Arnold Lazarus.

by Arnold Lazarus PhD (Author), Clifford Lazarus PhD (Author) . Don't Believe It for a Minute!: Forty Toxic Ideas That Are Driving You Crazy. Dr. Arnold Lazarus, (1932-2013) was a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Rutgers University in New Jersey, and had also served on the faculties of Stanford University, Temple University Medical School, and Yale University.

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Arnold A. Lazarus, Clifford Lazarus, Allen Fay. Stop making the same dumb mistakes! Debunks forty common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt. Explodes some of the most destructive myths in western culture-and gives an "antidote" to each toxic idea.

Stop making the same dumb mistakes. Two psychologists and a psychiatrist debunk 40 common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt. Examples of faulty beliefs include "Life should be fair"; "Always strive for perfection"; and "Once a victim, always a victim. Examples of faulty beliefs include "Life should be fair"; "Always strive for perfection"; and "Once a victim, always a victim fb2. Related eBOOKs: Passion and Reason: Making Sense of Our Emotions. Raising Lazarus: A Memoir. Legion of Lazarus: A Classic Tale from.

forty toxic ideas that are driving you crazy. by Arnold A. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1993 by Impact Publishers in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Attitude change, Conduct of life, Maxims, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Maxims. 158. Library of Congress.

Lazarus 11 - Post published by Clifford N Lazarus P. In addition to his numerous professional publications, he has authored the popular books "Don’t Believe It For A Minute: Forty Toxic Ideas That Are Driving You Crazy;" an. . on Jan 17, 2011 in Think Well Clifford N Lazarus is a licensed psychologist and Director of The Lazarus Institute. In addition to his general psychotherapy practice, Clifford Lazarus specializes in health psychology and collaborative psychopharmacology. In addition to his numerous professional publications, he has authored the popular books "Don’t Believe It For A Minute: Forty Toxic Ideas That Are Driving You Crazy;" and "The 60-Second Shrink: 101 Strategies For Staying Sane In a Crazy World.

Debunks forty common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt. Don't believe it for a minute! : forty toxic ideas that are driving you crazy, Arnold A. Lazarus, Clifford N. Lazarus, Allen Fay. Authors. Lazarus, Arnold A author. Publication Information. San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Stop making the same dumb mistakes! Debunks forty common misbeliefs that can lead to depression, anxiety and guilt. Explodes some of the most destructive myths in western culture—and gives an “antidote” to each toxic idea.

Don't Believe It for a Minute: Forty Toxic Ideas That Are Driving You Crazy epub download

ISBN13: 978-0915166800

ISBN: 0915166801

Author: Arnold Lazarus PhD,Clifford Lazarus PhD,Allen Fay M.D.

Category: Self-Help

Subcategory: Personal Transformation

Language: English

Publisher: Impact; 1 edition (August 1, 1993)

Pages: 192 pages

ePUB size: 1443 kb

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Rating: 4.3

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Golden Lama
This little book is quite powerful. It highlights numerous typical untrue beliefs and thoughts that people tell themselves everyday that bring them down. For example, we look at other people and think "They are happy. Why aren't we?" However the author of the book shows how untrue the logic is underneath this kind of thinking. We can change our futile negative thinking. If we change our thinking we can feel more satisfied and happy in our lives. This is the premise of the book: we do not have to be limited by our faulty beliefs. We can change them. We can become more positive and supportive of ourselves.
Golden Lama
This little book is quite powerful. It highlights numerous typical untrue beliefs and thoughts that people tell themselves everyday that bring them down. For example, we look at other people and think "They are happy. Why aren't we?" However the author of the book shows how untrue the logic is underneath this kind of thinking. We can change our futile negative thinking. If we change our thinking we can feel more satisfied and happy in our lives. This is the premise of the book: we do not have to be limited by our faulty beliefs. We can change them. We can become more positive and supportive of ourselves.
Prinna
Wow! When I saw this book on my friend's book shelf I knew I had to have a copy of my very own. The ideas are clear, short and to the point. So I went straight to Amazon and to my delight I saw all the others by the same authors and I bought them as well. All of them are great! I now give them to friends so they too can banish the toxic ideas that limit their lives.
Prinna
Wow! When I saw this book on my friend's book shelf I knew I had to have a copy of my very own. The ideas are clear, short and to the point. So I went straight to Amazon and to my delight I saw all the others by the same authors and I bought them as well. All of them are great! I now give them to friends so they too can banish the toxic ideas that limit their lives.
Zehaffy
Light in content & size.
Zehaffy
Light in content & size.
Umi
I realize that 'common sense' is a risky term, but for myself and most people I know, that's what a lot of this is. Most of the 'Toxic Ideas' that the authors debunk are not (in my experience) commonly held ideas. They do an expert job of explaining how and why the ideas are indeed toxic, and what ideas would be healthier and more accurate. But when you don't hold any of the ideas to begin with, it's a pretty silly read (some examples of the 'toxic ideas': 'Ultimatums Settle Disputes', and 'Problems Go Away If You Ignore Them'). I give it two stars because the authors do what they claim to do in the book, and I'm sure there are people out there who will find it immensely helpful. But as far as usefulness to a person of average intelligence, experience, self-awareness, and, yes, common sense... well, it's just unnecessary. Not worth the money; I'll be donating it to my local library.
Umi
I realize that 'common sense' is a risky term, but for myself and most people I know, that's what a lot of this is. Most of the 'Toxic Ideas' that the authors debunk are not (in my experience) commonly held ideas. They do an expert job of explaining how and why the ideas are indeed toxic, and what ideas would be healthier and more accurate. But when you don't hold any of the ideas to begin with, it's a pretty silly read (some examples of the 'toxic ideas': 'Ultimatums Settle Disputes', and 'Problems Go Away If You Ignore Them'). I give it two stars because the authors do what they claim to do in the book, and I'm sure there are people out there who will find it immensely helpful. But as far as usefulness to a person of average intelligence, experience, self-awareness, and, yes, common sense... well, it's just unnecessary. Not worth the money; I'll be donating it to my local library.
Faehn
This book is terrific! It helped me realize that I was poisoning my happiness with my own thinking. More importantly, it gave me the remedies I needed for achieving a more balanced outlook and better mental health.
Faehn
This book is terrific! It helped me realize that I was poisoning my happiness with my own thinking. More importantly, it gave me the remedies I needed for achieving a more balanced outlook and better mental health.
Kea
I own everything written by either Arnold Lazarus, Phd or Allen Fay, MD. Their best ...are the books they did together. This book is a gem. No shrink, patient or psychology student should be without it!
Kea
I own everything written by either Arnold Lazarus, Phd or Allen Fay, MD. Their best ...are the books they did together. This book is a gem. No shrink, patient or psychology student should be without it!