John B. Arden



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Rewire Your Brain: Think Yo...

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Improving Your Memory for D...

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Brain Based Therapy for Anx...

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Heal Your Anxiety Workbook:...

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Sharpen Your Brain

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Heal-Your-OCD Workbook

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Brain2Brain: Enacting Clien...

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“By focusing on possibilities, you can see more than a potential light at the end of the tunnel. The light doesn't have to be at the end of the tunnel; it can illuminate an opportunity wherever you are.”
John B. Arden, Rewire Your Brain: Think Your Way to a Better Life

“Some researchers have proposed that experiencing empathy and compassion through the mirror neuron system is equivalent to having compassion for yourself. Thus, “giving is receiving ” is a brain-based truth. Insensitivity and selfishness are essentially bad for your brain and your mental health. In contrast, compassion and loving relationships are good for your brain and your mental health.”
John B. Arden, Rewire Your Brain: Think Your Way to a Better Life

“Thousands of years ago, when our ancestors encountered a predatory animal like a lion, it was best to react immediately and not stand around thinking about the lion, admiring its beauty or wondering why it was bothering them instead of tracking down some tasty antelope. Thus, the fast track to the amygdala kept our ancestors alive.”
John B. Arden, Rewire Your Brain: Think Your Way to a Better Life



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