Book review: “The CBT Good Habit Journal,” by Christine Wilding and Gill Hasson

This book is something I have been working on for some time, after coming across it in a bookshop in town. I am still working through this book, as this post airs.

This mindful book is ideal for anyone, because we would all get something out of it and it’s best to read at least two, or three pages a day, as you work through this book.

  • to clarify thoughts
  • to change the way you think about yourself
  • to express yourself in a creative way
  • to help reduce stress
  • to help solve problems more effectively
  • to help resolve disagreements with others
  • to help gain perspective

When using this book, I wrote directly in the pages, because this is my journal after all. This book is interactive and fun, while I learn good habits and build confidence, using the CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) in my daily life.

I in particular loved the tiny frogs story on page 84 of this book, as it made me smile and I wasn’t expecting it to end the way it did. The author who written the frog story is unknown, so whoever this was, it was very good for a short story and appropriate in this book.

The contents of this book:

1. Goals
2. Being aware of your thoughts
3. Challenging negative thinking and finding alternative way of thinking.
4. Thoughts and physical feelings
5. Beliefs
6. Behaviour
7. Emotions
8. Conceptualizing

4 thoughts on “Book review: “The CBT Good Habit Journal,” by Christine Wilding and Gill Hasson

    1. CBT is certainly helpful. Although you may not have tried it in books, I bet you have had it in counselling. I certainly recommend this book and there is another book I plan to buy much later, (when I can afford it,) that was recommended to me by another blogger. With me already having this book and working through it, I thought I’d leave the other book much later. So maybe by the end of the year, otherwise next year, I might buy the other one. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.