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January 5, 2013

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yea. "Feeling Good" sold 4,000,000 even though is says: "...Dump your “worth” in the garbage can! (you can dump your “true self” in their too, if you like)... "(p.341). Since 1980 the book's technology(CBT) has spread around the world. The USArmy requires all 1,100,000 soldiers to take a 10 training. I would like to offer this training to members. The text is "Resilience Factor"(on the back cover: "Contrary to popular belief, the secret to resilience lies in accurate thinking, not positive thinking."). Accurate thinking is achieved by self quantification: behind every upset or task inhibiting cognition, is a twisted thought that can be counted and eliminated.

Doing any experiments or analysis?



In the huge self help section of B&N books there is only ~one that has been peer reviewed and has survived since it was first put there: "Feeling Good"

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