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Good Heart, The

Good Heart, The

The Good Heart message: Think more positively. Feeling optimistic and responding to everyday life with patience and generosity may be as important as exercise when it comes to the health of your heart.

Good Heart, The

The Good Heart message: Think more positively. Feeling optimistic and responding to everyday life with patience and generosity may be as important as exercise when it comes to the health of your heart.

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Sep 28, 2012
978-1-78099-525-0

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Sep 28, 2012
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Cognitive psychology & cognition, Health & fitness, Psychology

Synopsis

Rooted in positive psychology, focusing on cardiac prevention and recovery, The Good Heart: 101 Ways to Live A Positively Long, Happy Life helps readers replace depression, stress and anger with self-confidence, generosity and optimism. The book, with its 101 one- to two-page tips, written in easy-to-understand language by a well-respected expert in her field, targets the millions throughout the world who suffer from some form of diagnosed cardiovascular disease, as well as those dedicated to disease prevention. This formula for providing succinct, up-to-date research-based tips helps readers quickly absorb information on how to behave, feel and think, approaching heart health in a new way—emphasizing more than exercise and diet—with changed attitude as the key to prevention and recovery. Combining information gathered from 30 years experience in cardiac psychology, hundreds of cardiac studies, and the most recent findings of both cognitive and positive-psychology literature, The Good Heart will change lives.

…a great book that will give you practical, easy-to-use pieces of daily wisdom to give balance and meaning to your life. Robert L. Leahy, Ph.D., Director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, Author of The Worry Cure

Dr. Austen Hayes helps others think more positively and, in doing so, lowers their chances of suffering a heart attack or other life-threatening disease.

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