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by David Stoop

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Author:
David Stoop
ISBN13:
978-0800787042
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0800787048
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Revell; Reprint edition (March 1, 2003)
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Christian Living
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David Stoop explains what he believes about how your attitudes and thoughts mold you into who you are according to how you think, and how that your emotions, attitudes, and behavior are not, as many believe, controlled by your.

David Stoop explains what he believes about how your attitudes and thoughts mold you into who you are according to how you think, and how that your emotions, attitudes, and behavior are not, as many believe, controlled by your environment, but by the choices that you make in regard to your belief system. They seem simple enough and yet I had never considered many situations in my life from so vast a variety of angles. I'm a very detail-oriented person and I really appreciated the author's attention to detail and explanations of how he arrived at his views/techniques. You don't need to be religious to appreciate this book.

is a licensed clinical psychologist who leads seminars and retreats around the world. He lives in Newport Beach, California, and is the author of twenty books, including When Couples Pray Together. Библиографические данные. You Are What You Think.

What I got out of this book is that the author believes that is it okay to acknowledge why you are thinking what you feel, such as your anger, but to look at it. .David Stoop, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist in California.

What I got out of this book is that the author believes that is it okay to acknowledge why you are thinking what you feel, such as your anger, but to look at it and sometimes changing the way you think about the feeling or what is causing the feeling, can better help one to adjust. For instance, he writes that if someone is feeling depressed, try to do something – anything really – to help move yourself out of depression. He received a master's in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and a doctorate from the University of Southern California.

Girl, you think I'm blind That I don't know what's going on Huh-huh, let me tell you something I know who's calling . You'd better stop right there And think what you're doing 'Cause our love's in ruins again.

Girl, you think I'm blind That I don't know what's going on Huh-huh, let me tell you something I know who's calling 'round when I'm gone. I've told you time and time before You got to quit your messing around 'Cause I ain't gonna go on Being your plaything just like a clown. So baby if you don't want me Don't please, don't leave me lying in the dirt 'Cause I ain't gonna take it, oh, no more If you keep acting the big town flirt So I said

It's not as easy to recognize when our own attitude needs adjustment, or to know how to change it. In You Are What You Think, David Stoop shows readers how to use self-talk to make positive changes in their attitudes and beliefs.

It's not as easy to recognize when our own attitude needs adjustment, or to know how to change it. Self-talk can be private speech, thoughts, or external speech, all of which shape emotions and behavior for good or bad. This popular book, previously published as Self-Talk, will help readers overcome stress, guilt, depression, anxiety, and anger; release the power of faith; choose healthy, positive thoughts; and more

In this book, David Stoop shows readers how to use self-talk to make positive changes in their attitudes and beliefs.

In this book, David Stoop shows readers how to use self-talk to make positive changes in their attitudes and beliefs. This popular book, previously published as Self-Talk, will help readers overcome stress, guilt, depression, anxiety, and anger; release the power of faith; choose healthy, positive thoughts; and more. You Are What You Think (9780800787042) by David Stoop. Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.

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Attitude is everything. Attitude is everything. It's what makes the difference between those who succeed and those who fail. And it's easy to see-in other people. It's not as easy to recognize when our own attitude needs adjustment, or to know how to change it.

David Stoop is the founder and director of the Center for Family Therapy in Newport Beach, California. He is the author of many books, including Forgiving What You'll Never Forget and Rethink How You Think, as well as SMART Love with his wife, Jan. He leads worldwide seminars and retreats on topics such as marital relationships, parenting, men's issues, fathering, and forgiveness. David and Jan have three sons and six grandchildren.

Tap into the power of self-talk to overcome depression, guilt, anger, or anxiety and learn to respond to circumstances in a positive way.
  • A multitude of blessings are bound with a cover in this book. I am not a cheesy person as that first sentence would indicate so saying that means I really feel something it. Dr. Stoop's book is full of God's wisdom and love. I can't think of a book that has helped me more than this one. He encourages change in such a positive way. If you're depressed. do something, anything, even one thing, about it and it will help. Stop thinking so negatively and he gives many, many examples. He's gentle and he uses the Bible a great deal. There is no guilt or shame in this book. Paul and David didn't always feel so great about themselves and he explains how God worked with them. I didn't use his discussion questions but it probably would have been a good idea, because they look excellent. This would be excellent for a group. I can't get over how the tiny changes he suggests have made such big changes in my life. He makes it abundantly clear that we all matter and God loves us and we should love ourselves too. We should give ourselves a break and change the way we think.

  • I am intrigued by what the Scriptures teach us about "Thoughts" and how they are related to every aspect of our lives. (Proverbs 23:7) tells us that as a man thinks in his heart, so he becomes. David Stoop explains what he believes about how your attitudes and thoughts mold you into who you are according to how you think, and how that your emotions, attitudes, and behavior are not, as many believe, controlled by your environment, but by the choices that you make in regard to your belief system. He speaks about things a little differently that challenged my understanding a bit, but what he was saying was identical, just in a different way. He calls it "Self Talk". He teaches you how to look at your life and circumstances as being controlled from within instead of without.

  • This book has changed my life. I've always been an extremely negative, anxiety-filled person, and following the simple instructions the author lays out on how to change your thought patterns has made an enormous difference in my life. It has helped me more than many years of counseling and various other techniques and approached I've tried to make my life more positive and fruitful. I was actually going to try anti depressant medication for the first time because I had reached an all-time low when my friend recommended this book to me. I am so grateful she did! I love the questions at the end of each chapter that he asks you to consider and write out the answers to. They seem simple enough and yet I had never considered many situations in my life from so vast a variety of angles. I'm a very detail-oriented person and I really appreciated the author's attention to detail and explanations of how he arrived at his views/techniques. You don't need to be religious to appreciate this book. I happen to be a Christian and found the Bible/theology aspects helpful and interesting but anyone from any background will find this book helpful! Highly highly recommended!

  • Amazing, truly! This book brought me so much insight into how our thoughts hold so much weight in our life. I wish I read this book years ago. But extremely happy have the understanding now to change my thoughts and attitude and how vital it is to take every thought captive! These are not just nice instruction words in the bible they are essential for our well-being and true joy in this amazing life God has given us to live in Him! Wow Truly this book God has used to so change me into a joyful and more content person. It's so has brought me healing and rest!

  • I'm a licensed professional counselor. I work with many clients whose negative thinking has them stuck in some pretty ugly places. Dr. Stoop's book is a great resource for identifying and eliminating damaging, negative thinking, and then replacing it with positive self-talk. Well worth the time to read!

  • I've read it twice and still refer to parts of it occasionally. It's kind of an owner's manual for my mind. If you have self-doubts, from now and then, to all the time, pick up this book. It's a quick and easy read and it really can help your life.

  • Valuable and practical (biblical based) guide to monitoring your thoughts ("self-talk"). Simple to understand, but powerful to put into effect. We often don't realize what we are telling ourselves, and thus prophesying for ourselves.

  • With a little self focus and change in thinking can really make a difference in one's attitudes. Making a journal through out this book helped also.