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Anticipating a positive future is the key to well-being and mental health. Yet when many people think of the future they experience anxiety, depression, fear, self-doubt, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Most people, unaware of how to change the future, are trapped in a cycle of recreating their past over and over again. However, your past does not have to define who you Anticipating a positive future is the key to well-being and mental health. Yet when many people think of the future they experience anxiety, depression, fear, self-doubt, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Most people, unaware of how to change the future, are trapped in a cycle of recreating their past over and over again. However, your past does not have to define who you are or where you are going. You can break free, but only if you know how and have the necessary skills to do something different. Future Directed Therapy (FDT) is a new psychological intervention developed to teach people to create their future with awareness and choice. Unlike other books about creating a better future, the skills in Think Forward to Thrive, are based on cutting edge cognitive science. Think Forward to Thrive will teach you step-by-step the psychological skills that can transform your life. Think Forward to Thrive is filled with information and exercises that will help you: Overcome negative emotions Identify what you want in life Transform limiting beliefs Take action Live ready for success Stop talking about your past and start creating your future!


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Anticipating a positive future is the key to well-being and mental health. Yet when many people think of the future they experience anxiety, depression, fear, self-doubt, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Most people, unaware of how to change the future, are trapped in a cycle of recreating their past over and over again. However, your past does not have to define who you Anticipating a positive future is the key to well-being and mental health. Yet when many people think of the future they experience anxiety, depression, fear, self-doubt, and feelings of being overwhelmed. Most people, unaware of how to change the future, are trapped in a cycle of recreating their past over and over again. However, your past does not have to define who you are or where you are going. You can break free, but only if you know how and have the necessary skills to do something different. Future Directed Therapy (FDT) is a new psychological intervention developed to teach people to create their future with awareness and choice. Unlike other books about creating a better future, the skills in Think Forward to Thrive, are based on cutting edge cognitive science. Think Forward to Thrive will teach you step-by-step the psychological skills that can transform your life. Think Forward to Thrive is filled with information and exercises that will help you: Overcome negative emotions Identify what you want in life Transform limiting beliefs Take action Live ready for success Stop talking about your past and start creating your future!

30 review for Think Forward to Thrive: How to Use the Mind's Power of Anticipation to Transcend Your Past and Transform Your Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mischenko

    See my full review @ https://readrantrockandroll.com/2018/... I purchased Think forward to Thrive after reading an article online about how people can learn with Future Directed Therapy to let go of unwanted thoughts and redirect their way of thinking to help them meet their goals and anticipate a positive future. I'd never heard about Future Directed Therapy and was intrigued. I was pleasantly surprised with the book. It includes stories concerning multiple people and their experiences, discloses See my full review @ https://readrantrockandroll.com/2018/... I purchased Think forward to Thrive after reading an article online about how people can learn with Future Directed Therapy to let go of unwanted thoughts and redirect their way of thinking to help them meet their goals and anticipate a positive future. I'd never heard about Future Directed Therapy and was intrigued. I was pleasantly surprised with the book. It includes stories concerning multiple people and their experiences, discloses what they can do to help themselves, and offers worksheets where you can assess yourself. In these, they help train you to change your thought patterns. Whether you're in a bad relationship, sick with a disease, just plain stuck because of your past, or simply want to work on changing your thoughts, this book might help you. We are in charge of our thoughts, we don't have to limit ourselves, and we have the control to change. I like that each chapter has a famous quote in addition to the quotes throughout the book. One of my favorites is a powerful one... "Past experiences do not define who you are unless you allow them too. You are free to change at any time." On the other hand, there are a few sections I felt unsure about. In one section, the book discusses people and how you can work toward getting them to admire you. Let's face it, it's possible that some people just aren't going to like you and there are some things that we just aren't in control of. Bad people exist and bad things do happen, however, I think the book can help us to keep our minds on track and thinking positively in these cases. I like the layout and structure. The worksheets help personalize the experience because, we're all different and we all think differently. We all have different pasts and have had different experiences in life. The worksheets allow you to personally narrow in on what you want to change. I feel that's it's written well and easy to understand. In my opinion, this isn't a book you can read once and be on your way. It's full of information. I think its a work in progress over time. Overall, it's an uplifting book that can help you redirect your future. 4****

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennice Vilhauer

    I am a bit biased but I am giving it five stars. :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deepika

    I'm yet to finish all the worksheets in the book, but just the ideas discussed have given me a number of things to consider and think about. Cognitive science says 'depression' is a learned helplessness. It could happen when a person is left absolutely helpless in the face of a negative experience that they can do nothing about and then carry that helplessness to other situations where one can actually do something about it. While there are many ways to look at how this pattern can be broken, th I'm yet to finish all the worksheets in the book, but just the ideas discussed have given me a number of things to consider and think about. Cognitive science says 'depression' is a learned helplessness. It could happen when a person is left absolutely helpless in the face of a negative experience that they can do nothing about and then carry that helplessness to other situations where one can actually do something about it. While there are many ways to look at how this pattern can be broken, this book argues that without an expectation/anticipation of a positive future, you can never even get your brain to start solving the problems that need solving. It's a classic cost-benefit calculation that the brain does and expectations of a negative outcome would mean that there are no benefits for trying. It is argued that this can be broken with a positive future expectation. Most of the worksheets are designed to help a person develop a positive future expectation and it is suggested that one starts small and work their way upwards. I do however wish that the book had more science to explain the concepts discussed, but that did not by itself make the ideas irrelevant. I nearly quit reading the book when I came across a thoughtless example which condoned killing in the name of religion, but I'm glad I didn't. For the idea that you can never move out of a negative pattern of thinking without anticipating a positive future for yourself (no matter how small) is in itself worth thinking about.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Great! Challenges the brain and emotions to learn the ways of changing the thought flow to have a better outcome in the end.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Peggy

    I read this for master's curriculum, strategic management. I hope to re-read it with colleagues at work some day. Great concept and good for personal and professional growth. I read this for master's curriculum, strategic management. I hope to re-read it with colleagues at work some day. Great concept and good for personal and professional growth.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lea

    This is the most useful book I have ever read. It is illuminating. It teaches you how to change your mindset about your life goals.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Krzysztof

    Absolutely brilliant book, the one to read in 2020

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Bennett

    I really enjoyed this book. It isnt a book you can sit down and finish in a few days. It's one you should take your time with because of all the actionable steps. Many of the tactics reminded me of Law of Attraction Attraction Principles, but with scientific evidence to back them up. That made me feel confident in the methods and I can't wait to see more positive change in my life thanks to Jennice! I really enjoyed this book. It isnt a book you can sit down and finish in a few days. It's one you should take your time with because of all the actionable steps. Many of the tactics reminded me of Law of Attraction Attraction Principles, but with scientific evidence to back them up. That made me feel confident in the methods and I can't wait to see more positive change in my life thanks to Jennice!

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