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  • Paperback: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Capstone; 1 edition (7 Feb 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857084526
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857084521
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 564,441 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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extremely readable and helpful (Erisea Magazine, October 2014)

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Love being in a good mood?

We all have moods that go up and down. It s great when you re feeling good. You feel in control and upbeat about the day ahead.  But if you are having a bad day, it can sometimes feel hard to lift yourself back up.

Your mood can affect your performance at work and relationships at home, in good ways and bad ways. Being able to manage your mood, and not be dictated by it, can mean you are more successful in all areas of life.

Happy or Unhappy?

By learning to recognize why you feel the way you do, you can take control of your mood so that you feel more positive, regardless of what you have faced, or what the day will bring.

Through practical tips and techniques grounded in research and theory, you will learn how to:

  • Deal with all types of mood such as anger, distress, self–efficacy, unhappiness, well–being and self–esteem.
  • Improve your attitudes and responses in any situation.
  • Maintain your performance and relationships without your mood calling the shots.
  • Develop coping mechanisms and strategies for improving the quality of your mood.
  • Use relaxation strategies to help you deal with life s sticky moments.

From happiness to distress, and all moods in between, Feel Good will help you to effectively manage your mood and to lead a happier and more content life.

Seamlessly merges science, philosophy, psychology and spirituality into an accessible and empowering book.
Hayley Del Sanderson, Principal and Founder, The Yoga Academy

The approach taken by Graham and Shane is extremely helpful, practical and easy to read; highly recommended as a reassuring self–help book and an adjunct book for therapists to use with clients.
Dr Jane Cronin–Davis Chair of College of Occupational Therapist Specialist Section for Mental Health


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rod H VINE VOICE on 8 May 2014
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I have read quite a few self-help books, as usually they are full of common sense and can provide something that is of help. However, I must admit that I found this one hard-going. The general advice is pretty sound- though not groundbreaking, but I found the way it was written was a bit 'text-book' for my taste. As a result, I found my attention drifting as I read through each chapter (perhaps I need a self-help book on concentration?)
The book tries to create a balance between mood and science, which is not bad in itself, but when reading this type of book i like it to sound 'chatty' rather than preachy. I suppose these books are what you make of them, and some might like this particular one - but I have read better....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. DOUGLAS VINE VOICE on 12 April 2014
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The construct of this book was promising, but in reality the substance of this was really lacking.

The content for each of the well framed chapters, just wasn't there. There was the desire to offer a combination of psychology and science which is both accessible and practical. The anger chapter was laughably light of real helps for many I serve who face this crippling emotion. The offer strategies were very weak and situationally unrealistic, as I had hoped for so much more.......

So, not feeling so good!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. P. Clements VINE VOICE on 31 Mar 2014
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When you are down it is not always easy to rise above it but this book has some really effective ways of achieving that. We all get low days as well as highs and the secret is to deal with the miseries before they deal with you. Pascoe and Law have delved deeply into all aspects of moods and offer some excellent answers to coping and changing before it becomes a real problem. Even if a reader is not fond of books this is so pleasantly and clearly put together that it is easy to dip into or refer back to.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Roroblu's Mum TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Mar 2014
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I've had counselling in the past to deal with anxiety and have used CBT with a counselor and have made this part of my life - anxiety can be controlled and worked at, but it's often not going to entirely go away. I always feel especially low between Xmas and April, so I thought that I'd try this book out to see if it offered other practical tips and help, especially as I'm learning to live with diabetes and some small issues with guilt over eating and exercising, as well as with stress of an ever-changing work environment, where it's give, give, give on my part.

The book does make a lot of sense, but it's a bit 'full of itself' and comes across as very preachy. The post-its that the other reviewer found helpful, I found annoying and time-consuming. Yes, the book was full of logic, but it was overly-wordy and at times almost read like a book covering law, with the many examples of various situations that illustrated various mindsets and studies/cases. I was looking for more practicality and clarity and understanding of when/why/how in terms of how I'm feeling and what I can do to get myself out of my funk - which I didn't get.

What this did do is make me realise that CBT is definitely for me, and that perhaps I've fallen off the wagon a little and need to re-focus. It's also made me realise that the Dr Jen Nash book that I have that deals with the mental impact of diabetes, is more suited to me personally, as it's a combo of practical advice for diabetics and basic CBT. I'm off to re-read that one.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By sue woodcock on 20 Feb 2014
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A unique combination of psychology and science which is both accessible and practical. Post it notes are invaluable,as are exercises. A useful guide for social workers....I found.myself revisiting some of.my experiences and techniques and identifying the philosophies which.underpinned.my work.

Sue Woodcock. ( retired social work manager )
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By B. Towns VINE VOICE on 27 Jun 2014
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If you are looking for hints, tips and techniques to deal with moods and want some immediately implementable strategies, then this could be a book worth looking at.

Whilst I didn't find anything brand, spanking new here, the book is a useful compilation of ideas covering a wide range of common human experiences - anger, frustration, distress etc and offers ideas for dealing with these emotions as they arise.

4 Stars because there isn't anything I haven't found in previous publications on these topics.
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By G. J. Oxley TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 Jun 2014
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It seems that almost every day now we're bombarded with stressful situations. God knows how the generations, like myself brought up after World War II, could have coped with the conflict millions had to live through. We've become a world full of namby-pambies!

Anyway, let's not dwell in the past; the world is a different place now.This is yet another book advising us how to deal with life's ups and downs and emerge on the other side with a smile on our face.

Useful advice.
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By Flickering Ember TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 Jun 2014
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I felt the approach of this book was inconsistent and it didn't engage me as a reader. I didn't find any useful or encouraging content and I wouldn't recommend it.
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