free read ✓ I would but my DAMN MIND wont let me Words of Wisdom for Teens Book 2

I would but my DAMN MIND wont let me Words of Wisdom for Teens Book 2

summary I would but my DAMN MIND wont let me Words of Wisdom for Teens Book 2

Ercome your obstacles and struggles Once you understand how your mind works you will have the knowledge and power to take control of your thoughts and feelings The power to challenge your old negative patterns and create the exact life you want is in your handsIn this book you will discoverHow to challenge old negative beliefs and create positive new patternsHow to stay calm and in control of even the most difficult situationsHow to keep unhealthy thoughts at bay and replace them with positive onesHow to use the power of your mind to create the success yo Well written guide to beginning to understand how to use cognitive therapy to ove

read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Å Jacqui Letran

This is an alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B01M19ZME7Do you believe that life is unfair or that change is impossible Are you unhappy and frustrated with your life If you answered yes you’re not alone Teen Confidence Expert Jacui Letran is here to show you a uick and easy path to a happier healthier life You can learn to create permanent changes for the betterYour past can cause you to believe that making positive improvements reuires a miracle In Letran’s award winning book I would but my DAMN MIND won’t let me you will learn the simple steps to ov Review can also be found in Chill and readToday’s teens are heavy working peopl

Jacqui Letran Å 6 download

U deserveHow to create positive life experiences and much much I would but my DAMN MIND won’t let me is a groundbreaking guide to help you take control of your life If you like real life advice that works fast and doesn’t talk down to you then you will love Jacui Letran’s game changing book for teens and young adults This book is recommended for teens parents of teens professionals working with teens and anyone who is interested in learning how to take control of their mindGet the award winning book today to give yourself an unfair advantage in life I would but my DAMN MIND won’t let me by Jacui Letran is a brilliant piece of w Winters Heat (Omega Boys, unfair advantage in life I would but my DAMN MIND won’t let me by Jacui Letran is a brilliant piece of w

10 thoughts on “I would but my DAMN MIND wont let me Words of Wisdom for Teens Book 2

  1. says:

    I don’t usually like self help books I’m one of those obnoxious infuriating types who folds their arms and obstinately goes ‘I don’t need to be told to slow down and love myself people bleat that at me all the time Bah Humbug’ However I saw this Damn Mind book had some great reviews and I’ve been trying to open up to things lately – so since the author was offering a book swap I thought it a perfect opportunity to try something new and I’m really glad I didIf I had a teenage daughter I would advise her to read it it’s well thought out and everything is explained with metaphors so it’s accessible no matter how you think some of them even made me chuckle and as a visual person I was very grateful for the interjections The first half of the book just breaks down in very conversational language how the mind works and how we recall things and exactly where we can interject to try and improve our perspectivesThe second half of the book was dedicated to real stories from real teens with name’s changed I’m assuming with a short diagnosis on what exactly had happened in terms of the psychology of each case and a tip on at the end for how to alter your perspective of that particular anxiety There was one case study for each of the main hang ups a teen may have “I’m not Good EnoughWorthLovedSafe” and what I liked about each of them is they’ve clearly been picked for their normality in one of the cases there wasn’t even a trigger for the anxiety – it simply crept up on her They were really accessible anecdotes and I think most teens reading them could empathize and understandThe author also shared her own less than perfect story which I thought was a lovely touch The reason I don’t usually go in for self help is I find them preachy and I didn’t think that once while reading this so big thumbs up for thatThe one thing I would say about it is the book is great at explaining but I could have really done with some examples of proactive exercises because I liked the few that were there I imagined myself being a teen reading this and just sitting there and thinking “Okay I get it – my mind works this way – what am I supposed to do about it?” It’s also uite short which is not a detriment to the book I don’t think it would have benefited Damn Mind being any longer than it was – but depending on your perspective you might find the paperback copy a bit expensive for the length To give you an idea I sat down and read it in a few hoursWhile I’ve not been converted to self help books this is definitely a book I will pass on and recommend – and not just to the teenage girls it’s aimed at anyone can gain some accessible mindfulness from Damn Mind

  2. says:

    Must READ and it's not just for teens When I read The Unconscious mind always wins I solidified my connection to this book and the author She is credible and authoritative and she truly understands that success comes from within as she has personally helped thousands of teens My connection with the book started a couple pages in because it relates to the book I wrote titled #ThePowerfulDay I wrote #ThePowerfulDay to share a method for living a healthy way of life on a daily basis This book I would but my damn mind won't let me goes deeper into the conscious and unconscious mind and really helps people understand how to use their mind in a technical yet simple way The book is filled with plenty of examples that can literally be applied to the readers lives as they are reading The book also contains clients stories and notes that are relatable For instance Like Hailey I get super anxious except my anxiety stems from war Another client Steve connected to me because I also got in an accident I didn't have a problem driving afterward instead my problem was drinking I vowed to stop drinking because I have a message to share with other veterans with a TBI and PTSD To sober up I joined AA and enrolled into an intensive outpatient recovery program I was told to live one day at a time but there was no clear way to live one day at a time in a healthy way This led me on a journey to discover what that meant to me and now I am living #ThePowerfulDay because my mind will now let me Our unconscious mind always wins but when our conscious and unconscious mind work together we create a win win situation

  3. says:

    Review can also be found in Chill and readToday’s teens are heavy working people in terms of anxiety The have specific standards to follow figures to fit friends and followers to impress and satisfy that it makes sense when they cannot sort out everyday lifeJacui Letran comes to bring an answer to their uestions on how to make their brain cooperate Most common uestion these days is “Why Can’t You Just Control Yourself?” and teens are sick and tired of hearing it It is not that they don’t want to it is that they don’t know how Letran believes that the key to do so is to learn how the brain functions and through this exercise to learn also how to control itThe 60 second reader is a good summary of what was previously discussed and analysed This way the reader can easily keep the key most important points and move on The real life examples were a nice touch too Many readers will correlate one way or another with the storiesThe book targets teens and parents that want their children to be happy self confident successful and positive thinking

  4. says:

    Very easy to read and packed with valuable information that will uplift educate and motivate any reader I cannot recommend this book highly enough Jacui Letran is a Nurse Practitioner with advanced training in Neuro Linguistic Programming and has many years of hands on practical experience working with teens to assist them in overcoming many challenges This teen self help book is written using real life case studies that will resonate with readers of all ages but speaks most specifically to teen girls who face real struggles The knowledge they can gain through this simple uick read can be life changing real lessons that can be applied immediately and used throughout a lifetime Read it once and benefit right away but I suggest re reading it often until these time proven invaluable teachings become a natural way of living life

  5. says:

    I Would but My Damn Mind Won't Let Me by Jacui Letran is a book written to help young girls unlock the tools to overcome many of the mental hurdles which freuently present challenges for teens Letran helps readers understand how the mind can often send confusing and sometimes detrimental signals as a means of protecting one's self from pain The author breaks down the root causes of many mental obstacles which can often seem insurmountable while providing solutions for long term stability and happiness Topics such as fear and self doubt are addressed in a way which is profound in its simplicity While written for a young female audience this book will appeal to readers of all ages and genders I Would but My Damn Mind Won't Let Me is highly recommended for home school and public libraries and for use in clinical settings

  6. says:

    Well written guide to beginning to understand how to use cognitive therapy to overcome depression anxiety and develop good life skills It's written so that both teens and adults can understand it and gives very good explanations of both WHAT works and WHY It's very simple first steps it's not a complete guide but explains things so well that I do recommend it for anyone dealing with these types of issues

  7. says:

    Fantastic book The author's style is very easy to read and to the point I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning about themselves and where their thoughts and feelings come from I would love to see case studies Those were really interesting and helps me to understand the book even better

  8. says:

    As per my rview on I wish I'd read this 50 years ago My inner child has a lot to learn

  9. says:

    I would but my DAMN MIND won’t let me by Jacui Letran is a brilliant piece of work a simple provocative and insightful education on the mind how it works and how it affects our lives Don’t let the title fool you this is a serious and well developed presentation providing an understanding of the principles of the mind and how our subconscious mind records our own beliefs usually formed at a young age and how these beliefs about ourselves and the world can come back to haunt us in ways we could never have known This is not a book just for those who have had traumas or bad experiences in their childhood or teens As Letran so effectively shows we all experience things in our lives and those experiences result in decisions rightly or wrongly about ourselves and others Such hidden but powerful life changing thoughts such as “I am bad” or “Something is wrong with me” or “No one likes me” or “I can never be happy in life” have their roots in events which occurred in our lives early on and which the author shows can be brought to the surface and by doing so put one in a position to change one’s entire outlook about life happiness and success The book also provides some actual case histories which further illuminate the principles offered in the first part of the book Not only an excellent read but a necessary one for anyone who feels they could do with a better grip on their lives or for that matter a better understanding of what might be affecting people or family or kids in one’s immediate circle Give this book to your teenager to read – it will help them Five stars is our rating

  10. says:

    A book every teen should read and their parents too Ms Letran does an excellent job of not only explaining how the teen brain functions but what can be done about the barrage of emotion self limiting thought and confusion She skillfully illustrates simple steps to transition any teen from self depreciation to confidence in a way that anyone can understand and immediately implement I was especially impressed with her case studies which I felt an instant connection to Having raised two children with three younger ones on the way toward puberty I found this book to be an invaluable resource in helping my family navigate the emotional rollercoaster that is the teen mind I would highly recommend this book to any teen parent and most certainly to the teenagers themselves

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *