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Humans are complex creatures. When confronted with all that life has to offer, they are still able to twist their thinking into negativity and self-defeating behavior. Why and how does that happen? To understand how people behave, it's important to be aware of how distorted thinking can undermine even the smartest people. It has nothing to do with intelligence. Our behavior is the result of how we react to our thoughts. In this audiobook, Human Psychology 202: Understanding How People Really Think So That You Know How to Deal with Them, we will discuss some of the many ways incomplete or immature thinking can derail people's lives.

Our thoughts are the results of our feelings, and how we process those feelings into thoughts is important. Feelings are automatic, thoughts are not. We have a choice in how we think and react. This audiobook explains that when we limit our thoughts, we limit the way we live. When we narrow our thinking to all or nothing thinking, catastrophic thinking, must thinking, or emotional thinking, we limit our possibilities accordingly. When we are alive, we think. It's the contents of our thoughts that determines the quality of our lives. We may blame ability, luck, or circumstances, but those are simply excuses for refusing to broaden our thinking.

Human Psychology 202 will teach you how thinking affects your actions and how to deal with frustrating people who refuse to examine, or change, their way of thinking.

©2017 Alan G. Fields (P)2017 Alan G. Fields

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