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  • Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction

  • How Procrastination and Laziness Are Feeding Your Anxiety and Addictions and What Practical Steps Should Be Taken for a Quick Recovery (For Both Adults and Kids)
  • By: Joseph Brain
  • Narrated by: Craig Hannaway
  • Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Psychology & Mental Health

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to find ways to avoid procrastinating all the time?

Do you want to fight laziness?

If you said yes to one of the previous questions, then keep on listening to Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction!

Life will be as messy as ever. You'll have joyful times and moments to celebrate, and you'll face challenges and losses. It is up to you to stay the course, to enlist support when needed, and to take pauses along the way to check what's going on in your brain, heart, and body. Recovery is not linear for anybody. At times, you will struggle again, and that's natural. Whenever you feel unsteady, go back to the sections you've found most helpful. Rework the exercises. Revisit the sidebars and bullet lists to refresh yourself on quick tips and strategies.

As you stay alert to signs of impending relapse and respond with clarity, you'll find that the positive times in your life are even more rewarding, and the difficult times become more manageable without the added pain of a relapse. You're only human, and humans make mistakes. Armed with this knowledge, you are ready to gain insights if a relapse does occur, then forgive yourself and reinvest in your recovery. Mistakes and flaws do not make you wrong. They simply happened when you were disconnected from yourself.

This guide will focus on the following:

  • Identification and manifestations
  • Why you should address addiction immediately
  • Cultivating confidence and finding your personal power
  • Your personal action plan
  • The bumpy road to recovery
  • Overcoming substance abuse
  • How to overcome food addiction
  • How to overcome technology addiction
  • Detox your emotional thoughts
  • Meditation: effects on the psyche
  • Relapse elimination...and more!

Even if this could seem so hard, you can really learn to take care of yourself thanks to Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction.

Now, click the buy button to get started.

©2019 Joseph Brain (P)2020 Joseph Brain

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  • Alysia R. Profitt
  • 16-03-2020

Just go through this

It’s approached well, the beginning of the audiobook is about wanting to quit and preparing to, then moving onto actually quitting in the middle of the audiobook and finally to post addiction life.

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  • Rosa C. Rogers
  • 16-03-2020

very helpful

So far it is very informative. The interactive sections of questions etc are very helpful with tieing the reading material and everyday life.

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  • Kevin M. Figueroa
  • 16-03-2020

Useful audiobook

A useful audiobook for therapist. The lesson plan is established. I facilitate several substance abuse groups.

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  • Latoya M. Torres
  • 16-03-2020

I highly recommend this audio book

What a great audiobook. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing, but it also is incredibly helpful and informative. I have even used it with clients who struggle with conditions other than addiction. I highly recommend this audiobook to any clinician or individual!

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  • Joy K. Bryd
  • 16-03-2020

comprehensive and applicable audio book

“This is a comprehensive and applicable audiobook for anybody struggling to overcome addiction. The audiobook utilizes evidenced-based materials and approaches hard topics in a way that is empowering to readers. There is a never-ending list of activities to educate about addiction and promote healthier coping skills.

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  • Patricia K. Pitts
  • 15-03-2020

Addiction is a practical

“The Mindfulness audiobook for Addiction is a practical, easy-to-learn audiobook that addresses addictions of all varieties. The audiobook is rich in offering tools and insights that everyone can benefit from, whether they struggle with an addiction or not.

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  • Wilburn J. Ransom
  • 15-03-2020

This guide will be an essential addition

This guide will be an essential addition to the library of anyone struggling with addiction and difficult emotions, and for all therapists who want to utilize an effective approach to help people live fuller healthier lives.

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  • William B. Tiffany
  • 15-03-2020

How to observe painful feelings

This audiobook teaches listeners in a clear, compassionate, and concise way how to observe painful feelings as they arise. By learning how to tolerate and investigate their present-moment experiences, listeners can stop harmful behaviors and make more valued life choices.

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  • George K. Steward
  • 15-03-2020

Solutions for living a more powerful life...

“With an engaging and conversational tone, It shows you how to change the energy of addiction. Their practical strategies allow addictive personalities to dig deep and tackle the genesis of their destructive behaviors and trigger positive-mindset solutions for living a more powerful life.”

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  • Darrell J. Brand
  • 15-03-2020

Most addictive behavior

Most addictive behavior is explained in some type of loss, be it the death of a loved one, coming to terms with limitations set by chronic health problems, or the end of a relationship. By turning to drugs and alcohol, people who have suffered a loss can numb their grief. In the process, they postpone their healing and can drive themselves further into addiction.

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  • Carla
  • 14-03-2021

Misleading description; faked reviews?

The title of the book suggests it's applicable to any addiction, but in reality it's firmly focused on drug and alcohol addictions. And I wouldn't have described it as a workbook. Nor did I notice it being very much about mindfulness other than in a very general sense. I gave it 2 stars overall because perhaps it might be of some use to people in recovery from drug/alcohol addictions. But the chapter on how to recover from addiction to technology seems to have been included as an afterthought (to sell more copies?) with no intention of substantive help. Summed up, it advises that you SHOULD (yes, he actually uses that very word) RESIST the thing you're addicted to, and you SHOULD (ditto) do something more healthy instead. Oh that's all right then. Except no, wait, it isn't.

I skimmed reviews before buying. On looking more closely I'm sure many if not most are faked. Unfortunately the same seems to be true of other similar titles, which is disheartening when you're trying to find help with a distressing problem. It would be helpful if the 'report' button allowed you to select a reason. Hey ho, I'll just have to keep looking ...

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