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This Book Will Make You  Mindful

This book will make you mindful

We live increasingly busy lives and can struggle to cope with the pressure we're put under by external factors and, most importantly, by ourselves. It's very common to feel overwhelmed by all the responsibilities you have to juggle and feel that time is running away from you.

This compact and friendly book is a mindfulness starter kit, giving you everything you need to live in the moment and get the most from life. Dr Jessamy Hibberd and Jo Usmar use the latest mindfulness techniques to teach you how to stop worrying about the future and dwelling on the past. Learning how your mind works will enable you to cope with the bad things while fully appreciating the good things, making you more confident and productive in everyday life.

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The ‘This Book Will…’ series published by Quercus aims to make psychology accessible and easy to understand. Based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) they’re practical, straight-forward and packed full of strategies that are proven to work.

Each book provides clear and simple ways to overcome problems leading to immediate results (as well as long-term change). Helping you to feel your best and manage any difficulties you might be facing.

The series is now published in ten languages and launched in the US.

Mindfulness is a practice of awareness, helping you to become more focused on the present, on the life you’re actually living rather than a past that’s been and gone and a future that hasn’t arrived yet. It’s about choosing what to pay attention to, rather than aimlessly following your mind’s version of events. It teaches you to notice your mind’s habits and ways of working, giving you a choice in whether you wish to act on its advice.

By becoming more aware of what’s going on in your own head and body, you’ll be able to stop your thoughts and feelings consuming you, sweeping you away on a tidal wave of stress, anxiety, fear or regret and causing you to behave in unhelpful ways. Being mindful means acknowledging your current thoughts and emotions without judgement, for example, accepting that thoughts are just thoughts, feelings are just feelings and that they don’t define who you are. Mindfulness gives you choices: “Does that really matter?” or “Do I really want to do that?”

Learning to identify specific thoughts and moods and understanding their effects will allow you to live in the moment, to appreciate life, to choose how you want to live and to be aware of the here and now rather than streaming though and missing all the good bits.

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