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Thrive - the Changing Limiting Beliefs workbook: Health, Happiness and Success Spiral-bound – 16 May 2010


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  • Spiral-bound: 155 pages
  • Publisher: Rob Kelly Publishing (16 May 2010)
  • ISBN-10: 0956516610
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956516619
  • Product Dimensions: 29.7 x 1 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,593 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Rob Kelly has sold more than 30,000 of his books helping people to thrive.

What is Thriving?

When a person is thriving, they have resources, self-awareness and attitude to flourish in every area of their lives. They have the skills to maintain a psychologically and physically healthy lifestyle and they are happy, confident and successful. Thriving individuals have the self-insight and resources to overcome or avoid developing symptoms such as anxieties, phobias or depression. Thriving is not about achieving perfection; it is having the resilience to bounce back from adversity. It is being able to face difficulties and setbacks head on, knowing that you have the skills and resources to cope with them. Thriving is making the most out of your life - embracing challenges, learning new things and enjoying life.

What is The Thrive Programme?

The Thrive Programme is a psychological training programme created by Rob Kelly, a therapist with more than 25 years experience of face-to-face work with clients. It is evidence-based and uses effective techniques to help you achieve mental wellbeing and learn how to thrive.

Product Description

The second edition of this ground-breaking book by Rob Kelly Rob's 20+ years experience as a hypnotherapist and psychotherapist is fully backed up by research, in this first-of-a-kind book that genuinely shows you how to challenge your limiting beliefs and take control of your life. This second edition is called: THRIVE..

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Michael on 24 Feb. 2011
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I bought this book a few months ago as it was recommended by a friend. I felt very low at the time and completely lost as to how to work out the direction that my life would take me. I felt i had not control about any decisions and felt so powerless. I started going through this book a little at a time. I bought some different coloured high lighters and went through it bit by bit underlining and highlighting all the parts that were ME! i thought the book was written especially for me and couldnt beleive it. It made such sense of the way i was feeling but most of all WHY i was feeling the way I did. The most startling part of it was the fact that it was my thinking that was causing the problem and when i finally got that - I knew that I was the one who could change it. That insight was pretty fantastic. It nmeant i could have a life free from anti depressants, sorrow and poor choices. It really is quite unbelievable and very easy to read. Obviously there were some parts that were beyond me (limited education) but not as much as i alwasy thought. I understood it the more i read it. I will be telling as many people as i can to buy the book - even if it gives you some understanding as to how your mind ticks.
I think that the schools should be bringing this to the young children and educating them at an early age how there thinking affects their emotions and actions. It is quite staggering!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Epona on 8 Feb. 2015
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This book genuinely, unequivocally changed my life. If you have ME/CFS please read this.Three years ago I was desperate, I'd had ME for 12 years and all the books out there were about symptoms, possible causes, possible treatments - take 10 supplements a day, do this exercise, dance naked in the moonlight... and maybe just maybe it might help you, a bit, but expect it to take 2-3 years and not to actually be 'cured'. I tell you now, dear reader, there is a cure and it is in the exercises and the understanding of this book. Not only within a few days of reading it did I a) recognise a lot of what it had to say in myself for the very first time, which explained a lot of other things in my life aside from being ill for so long, but b) I began to feel better, properly and truly well. I followed the written exercises, whether I felt like it or not, and began to do several things I'd previously feared. Each day I got better, and eventually having put it into practice, I could leave the book behind and go on with my life as a normal functioning human being. Rob Kelly has found a way of curing this illness; what more can I say. Three years on not only am I in the very best of health, but I have become fascinated with the effect the mind has on the body, what an incredible tool our minds really are. If you're unsure whether to purchase, please, please do. Rob Kelly if you read this, from the very base of my soul, Thank You, Thank You. Not only for this, but for opening my mind to an extraordinary world. God knows where I would be now without this book and the journey it's lead me on.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K on 23 Mar. 2014
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Toronto, Canada - this is a review of the book, and the practitioner I went through the Thrive Program with, Daniel DesLauriers.

When I arrived on Daniel’s doorstep, I was exhausted, anxious, faintly hostile, and frankly, desperate. I am in my mid-thirties, and have been in one form of therapy or another since my early teens to try to ‘treat’ my daily anxiety attacks. I’ve wallowed in it all: talk therapy, CBT, mindfulness, yoga, cranial-sacral, naturopathy, guided visualizations, diet-changes, chakra balancing… the list is endless. I am a competent, professional, high-achieving woman in a demanding leadership role, who secretly popped Xanax and other medications just to get through another day. In the midst of my final round of withdrawal, when I couldn’t stand being inundated with brain zaps and drowning in every increasing anxiety, (and when I realized that I’d been with my former therapist for five years and we were re-hashing the same old stories and ‘solutions’ over and over) I called Daniel. It was a last-ditch attempt, a grasping at straws… and turned out to be the single most important step towards mental health that I have made in my life.
Last week I gave away every single self-help book I have collected over the years. I’ve stopped looking for something external to ‘save’ me, or ‘change me’ or ‘fix me’ or ‘cure me’. There was nothing wrong with me at all – except that I had more than a handful of misguided beliefs and poor brain/thinking habits, mixed with low self-esteem and an external locus of control. In simple terms – I was thinking myself into craziness, physical illness, and spirals of anxiety (because at the time, I didn’t know any better way to think!).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MrJan on 16 April 2014
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I get this book as a present from my friend. At first I had a feeling that he is a bit crazy guy- giving me some literature just after my job lost. Since I finished last page I can tell that it was a best present I ever had in my life and many thanks for it.

I started to work in UK before a year. I moved to UK when I already had few mental problems like OCD with intrusive thoughts, low self esteem-shyness, felt weak all the time, hated myself, didn't want to eat much, couldn't sleep much and massive headaches. From Physical symptoms I had problems with my feet nails- I had pus there from time to time and I poop blood. I worked 3 month under pressure and my shyness went into social phobia with panic attacks and massive sweating. I couldn't eat in public places and couldn't swallow saliva or it was really hard to do it.

Since my concentration and memory was totally affected by social phobia I finally start to seek some help. I started session with a Dr Psychologist from UKCP- chartered psychologist for a 3-4 month (waste of time!). Then I went to phobia clinic- it only help bit with depression but still waste of time as I lost my job at the end. Just before moving back to my home country I started to take time and read through the book.

What I liked about this book from first look is that the language is written in the easy and simple way. For me as an international person that is really important! I personally think if you can write a quite complex subject as Psychology in a simple and understandable way then you must have deep knowledge of psychology or at least some of it- so I didn't throw the book out straight away. I read it through 2 times and translated it in about 5 weeks and each minute was definitely 100 percent worth it.
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