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Mind what you think

Mind what you think is one of the most useful books that I read this year. The author explains in great detail about how we think, why our brains are wired a certain way and how to change recurring negative thoughts.

The first two parts of the book felt a bit long but later parts revealed why the author has to go to great depths about thinking patterns.

The suggestions in the book seem simple but have great value. I am changing my thinking as per the suggestions in the book and I have seen a difference in the way I perceive situations that are within and out of my control.

The author also provides simple thought exercises that make clear how a simple change in thinking can also change our lives. A must-read for people interested in psychology and self-help books.

Thank you to Netgalley and Light Ideas Press for ARC.

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