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The Pocket Therapist: Mental Health To Go!

By Therese J. Borchard
Associate Editor

The Pocket Therapist: Mental Health To Go!Imagine a GPS navigational system that said something like this: “In approximately 30 minutes, you will run into your old boss, who will want to make you feel like a worthless pile of feces. Erect personal boundaries immediately…. I said, Get in your bubble, Woman … Are you listening? She’s approaching you on your left. Lock up all childhood tapes now (the ones that convinced you that were weak, ugly, and pathetic) and DO NOT, I said DO NOT play them for her. Remember, their messages are no longer valid. Proceed carefully. You will speak to her in approximately 3, no 2, no 1 second.”

Me? I would like one of those.

So I made one. In book form.

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The Pocket Therapist: Mental Health To Go!

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  1. This line, right at the end of your post, struck me:
    “At the very least…you will know that your distorted thoughts are hardly unique…”

    Okay, I’m in!

  2. Yeap..yeap…me too :)

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