Wonderful Email!

IMG_1288Hi web visitors,

I just got an amazing email that I wanted to share with you! I’m on the road this week teaching my trauma workshop in three east coast cities, and look forward to returning home again so I can do more blogs and podcasts! David PS the picture is from out living room just prior to a Sunday hike, thanks to Maryam Hamidi.

Comment: Dr. Burns,

I just wanted to write a quick note to say thank you! 20 years ago (when I was only 15!) I found your book, Feeling Good, at my local bookstore and brought it home with me. I’ve carried it with me EVERYWHERE I’ve moved (and I’ve moved a lot!) — because it literally changed my life. And it continues to ground me and bring me comfort/relief whenever I have an anxiety or depression relapse.

Recently, I discovered your Feeling Good Podcasts. What a thrill ! I love to put it on after a long day and learn about your new techniques, behind-the-scenes vignettes, and enjoy your humor and humility. What a GIFT you have given so many people for so, so many years.

Thank you, thank you !!

Amy Maloof
Amy,

Thank you, thank you for you kind note!! Means a great deal to me. Will let Fabrice know, too!

All the best,

David

If you are reading this blog on social media, I appreciate it! I would like to invite you to visit my website, http://www.FeelingGood.com, as well. There you will find a wealth of free goodies, including my Feeling Good blogs, my Feeling Good Podcasts with host, Dr. Fabrice Nye, and the Ask Dr. David blogs as well, along with announcements of upcoming workshops, and resources for mental health professionals as well as patients!

Once you link to my blog, you can sign up using the widget at the top of the column to the right of each page. Please firward my blogs to friends as well, especially anyone with an interest in mood problems, psychotherapy, or relationship conflicts.

Thanks! David

 

3 thoughts on “Wonderful Email!

  1. Hi David, I thoroughly enjoyed the last podcast episode where you worked with Mark on methods. I’ve tried applying them to myself, saying the negative thought and then answering it. It’s been very helpful for me especially as I’ve struggled my whole life with negative thoughts. And it seems to be working in rephrasing the distorted thoughts and finding a kinder way to express my thoughts to myself, and thus finding relief from the anxiety and feelings of dejection. Thanks again, and looking forward to the next podcast episode.

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