Banish bad habits for good and transform your life with this groundbreaking new book from neuroscientist and behavioral coach Dr. Gabija Toleikyte.
Most of us want to change something about ourselves - our stress levels, weight, relationships, or our performance at work. Change is hard and emotional, but it’s not as tough as you think.
In this life-changing book, Gabija takes us on an eye-opening journey through the extraordinary human brain, explaining the science behind what makes us tick. With practical tools and simple tips, Gabija shows how you can make change happen, including:
- What the brain needs to create new habits
- The eight types of emotion and how to take control of them
- The magical power of motivation and how to boost it
- Simple ways to improve productivity
- The secret to strengthening relationships
Inspiring and enlightening, Why the F*ck Can’t I Change uses neuroscience and behavioral analysis to show you how you can train your brain to make change last.
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- Elena Bielinyte
Maybe life doesn't have a manual, but this is as close as it gets. It was great to discover all the ways we are "normal" by hearing neuroscience behind the feelings and thought patterns that everyone experiences.
The stories are very relatable, text is super well structured and easy to follow.
Will definitely get a physical book too.
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The book gives loads of information to understand how the brains works and loads tools
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So bored about her and me, me, and me... yawn!
It is good to give examples, but I don't really care about how you are dealing with your issues in your life.
How did she get on TED?
I can't see how this person think this is interesting or fascination
It felt like she was trying to channel interesting or a female version of Deryn Brown - both failed.
It is all about me, me, and me
She is so self-absorbed, and goes on about her and her family. I was so bored. She throws in some medical terms for the brain or a mental or physical terminology to show some verification of the material.
See, how clever I am!!!
Needy child, if you ask me - doctor heal thyself.
How she is a psychologist beggars belief.
I feel sorry for her clients and students she is a person who looks at the plumb and say what good person I am.
If I ...
If Matthew (her partner)
If .. I
If I could go rock-climbing
If I could mark students papers
Write a set number of words
If I could find more time I could...
There must be a thousand If I could or my husband, child...
I feel a grimace each time it was said. like a person who says my husband or my wife.
Please, stop going on about YOU! I think the only reason you studied psychology so you talk about YOU!!!!
It is NOT about YOU!!!!
Yes, it is good to use yourself as an example, but you don't you whine about your life. And you don't really give a proper
path for people to follow
I would prefer examples of who are not you and have changed their for the better with good examples.
You not have enough time, because.. yawn, is not why I bought this book
So, sad for her students and clients :0(
I am probably going to ask for a refund.
2 people found this helpful
The narrator for this is clearly keen and enthusiastic about the subject matter, as well as being well-spoken. the book is grounded in neuroscience and as such it has a clinical but pleasant feel to it.
- C Williams
now i know why the f*ck i cant change!
Great information and techniques I can implement immediately. Enthusiastic and personable narrator too. Thank you.