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The Creativity Cure: A Do-It-Yourself Prescription for Happiness

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    A Book That Encourages Action Toward Real Change

    I've had this book a week and it has inspired me to DO SOMETHING. The book is laid out with a overview of the plan and then a chapter per step with exercises at the end of each chapter.

    A Psychiatrist and a hand surgeon is an odd partnership to write a Self Help book but their take on healing oneself through use of "your own two hands" and your creative energy is perfect. After the first chapter, my depression is 60% less and I feel hopeful for the first time since I was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. I took up pencil drawing again, first time since 2001.

    Easy to read, easy to follow step by step. Great Plan, Great Book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 7, 2012

    As a so-called “elderly” person, it was a real pleas

    As a so-called “elderly” person, it was a real pleasure to read the Creativity Cure by the Barrons. We have already recommended it to several of our friends, who we think can benefit from the exercises in psychological insight and even more so, getting out of their easy chairs and starting to move again. Movement keeps our blood flowing. We are always doing home improvements. Also, we find the focus on using your hands to make things so gratifying and stimulating, and we haven’t seen this emphasized for decades (since we were young). The book was well written, and not just a listing of a dozen things to do to be happy.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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