I would, but my DAMN MIND won't let me!: a teen's guide to controlling their thoughts and feelings

I would, but my DAMN MIND won't let me!: a teen's guide to controlling their thoughts and feelings

by Jacqui Letran

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Overview

Do you believe that life is unfair or that change is impossible? Are you unhappy and frustrated with your life? If you answered yes, you’re not alone! Teen Confidence Expert, Jacqui Letran, is here to show you a quick and easy path to a happier, healthier life. You can learn to create permanent changes for the better!

Your past can cause you to believe that making positive improvements requires a miracle. In Letran’s award-winning book, I would, but my DAMN MIND won’t let me!, you will learn the simple steps to overcome your obstacles and struggles. Once you understand how your mind works, you will have the knowledge and power to take control of your thoughts and feelings. The power to challenge your old negative patterns and create the exact life you want is in your hands.

In this book, you will discover:

- How to challenge old negative beliefs and create positive new patterns

- How to stay calm and in control of even the most difficult situations

- How to keep unhealthy thoughts at bay and replace them with positive ones

- How to use the power of your mind to create the success you deserve

- How to create positive life experiences and much, much more!

I would, but my DAMN MIND won’t let me! is a groundbreaking guide to help you take control of your life. If you like real-life advice that works fast and doesn’t talk down to you, then you will love Jacqui Letran’s game-changing book for teens and young adults. This book is recommended for teens, parents of teens, professionals working with teens, and anyone who is interested in learning how to take control of their mind.

Get the award-winning book today to give yourself an unfair advantage in life!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997624403
Publisher: A Healed Mind, LLC
Publication date: 09/29/2016
Series: Words of Wisdom for Teens , #2
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Jacqui Letran is a Teen Confidence Expert, Nurse Practitioner, International Best Selling Author, and National Speaker with over 16 years experience in Adolescent Health. By combining traditional medicine with the best time-proven holistic healing practices, she is able to approach her clients from a very unique perspective that helps her to achieve medically safe and powerful therapeutic healing for her clients quickly and efficiently. Jacqui is gifted at helping teens transform into confident, happy and successful young adults, who see their future filled with amazing opportunities and possibilities. Her passion for empowering teens is evident in her work and allows her to connect easily with her audience to create powerful transformations. When not working with teens, you can find her traveling in her RV, hiking with her dog or spoiling her two cats.

Table of Contents

Contents
Why Can't You Just Control Yourself? 7
60-Second Reader 11
Self-Reflection 12
Your Conscious vs. Your Subconscious Mind 13
Your Conscious Mind 13
What Does This Really Mean? 14
Your Subconscious Mind 15
The Master Plan 17
Your Unconscious Mind Simplified 18
Who's The Boss? 20
Your Reality Exists Only In Your Mind 20
The Importance Center 22
The Personal Assistant You Didn't Know You Have 25
What does Google Have to Do with Your Mind? 28
60-Second Reader 32
The Belief System 35
The Creation of Beliefs. 36
Significant Emotional Events 39
Repetitive Low-Intensity Emotional Events 41
Here, Take This Belief and Make It Yours 42
Sleuthing for Evidence 43
Changing Beliefs 45
60-Second Reader 46
The Stranger Danger Protocol 48
The Root of Most Problems 52
Taming Your Unconscious Mind 54
60-Second Reader 61
I'm Not Good Enough 63
Self-Reflection 83
I'm Not Worthy 84
Self-Reflection 94
I'm Not Loved 95
Self-Reflection 119
I'm Not Safe 120
Self-Reflection 130
Free Stuff 131
5 Simple Questions to Reclaim Your Happiness 132
About The Author 136
About Teen Confidence Academy 142
Connect with Me 143
Also by Jacqui Letran 144

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"I Would, but my Damn Mind won't let me" by Jacqui Letran is described as a self-help book directed towards teens and is a tool for them to "choose to be happy". As someone who has dealt with anxiety and depression for over 10 years, I can attest that this book isn't necessarily just for teens, but can be read by adults who also have feelings of sadness, loneliness, and other self depreciating thoughts. Something that I thought was nice about the book is that it's interactive. There are pages for notes, self reflections, reflections on chapters just read, and questions to answer. Being able to write things down on paper puts the reader more in to the book and helps them start working towards happiness. It also wasn't a dense read like other nonfiction or self-help books are. Letran uses simple and direct language to get the point across, making it easy to follow along. The book starts off with explaining how the mind works, and how it stores the information that it does and how that can effect us and our beliefs. Letran uses a lot of metaphors to help understand the abstract concept of the mind, which is a good way to actually know how the mind works. It then goes on to examples as well as different case studies that focus on different aspects of how we program our mind and the reality we create for ourselves. One thing that I wish this book had was actual exercises to do when someone is anxious, or activities they can utilize to try to rewire their mind to make a happier reality. During some examples she mentions how the patients used "calming exercise" when they start to have a panic attack, but she doesn't say what that exercise is. I think it would have been more beneficial to have examples of things to do in the moment, instead of just stories of people who were helped in the long run.