"Read this book and experience the freedom to create your reality."
--Deepak Chopra, MD, author of Total Meditation
Don't believe everything your mind tells you.
Are you a chronic overthinker? Do you obsess to the point of feeling anxious, hopeless, angry, or stressed out? Have you ever tried to "think your way out" of one of these negative thought spirals, only to fall in deeper? Let's face it: trying to escape your thoughts--or control them--just doesn't work, and can actually make you more
miserable in the long run. So, how can you overcome your addiction to thinking?
In Can't Stop Thinking
, psychotherapist and spiritual counselor Nancy Colier offers the keys to breaking free from the obsessive rumination that drives stress, worry, and anxiety. Using powerful tools grounded in the ancient wisdom of mindfulness and evidence-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), you'll learn how to observe and gain distance from troubling thoughts, put an end to harsh self-criticism, and manage difficult feelings like resentment and shame.
If you're ready to discover a life beyond your thoughts--one of self-compassion, presence, and peace--it's time to stop thinking and start living
Nancy Colier is a psychotherapist, interfaith minister, author, and public speaker. A longtime student of Eastern spirituality, she is a thought leader on mindfulness, well-being, and digital life. Featured on Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, RT America, in The New York Times, and other media, Colier is also a regular blogger for Psychology Today and HuffPost. She is author of The Power of Off, Inviting a Monkey to Tea, and Getting Out of Your Own Way. Colier resides in New York City, NY. You can learn more about her at https: //www.nancycolier.com.