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Dark Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How to Stealthily Use CBT Methods to Influence and Manipulate Anyone's Mind
Narrated by: Jim D Johnston
Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Summary

You may have heard of cognitive behavioral therapy, the super powerful way of changing someone's thinking and behavior with talk therapy and journaling. But did you know that you can use this therapy technique to get ahead in life and gain control over others? Did you know that you can change people into who you want them to be by challenging their thinking and teaching them new ways to behave? Did you know that you can influence people's moods and fix your relationships by secretly playing therapist? Well, you can do all of this and more with Dark Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the hot new way of getting into someone's mind and getting what you want with psychology.

Life is difficult. You don't need people making it more so. Dark CBT enables you to always be successful. It teaches you how to train yourself to become the best version of yourself. It also teaches you how to make other people comply with your wishes without a fight. The best part is? You are able to be totally stealthy about what you are doing, as you manipulate and finagle people into giving you what you want.

Dark CBT is built upon basic CBT principles. But it takes regular CBT a few steps further in the realm of personal success and victory. Nothing can stop you when you use Dark CBT to your advantage. This audiobook is your guide to achieving whatever you want in life, while healing yourself and those around you with CBT.

©2017 Michael Pace (P)2017 Michael Pace

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not bad..

confirmed a few things already known and a couple of intriguing points new to me... not bad. short and easy to follow.

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not too bad

a bit repetitive. no real examples given, but found it useful for self reflection.
good to know aspects of human nature.

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  • Benas
  • 10-10-17

Too short

Maybe if this book had some references or was longer in general, I would have liked it more. Now it's mostly focused on telling what you can do, instead of how.

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  • Marvin
  • 12-11-17

A must read

loved this so much knowledge.
The book is great in so many ways.
just cant stop listen to it.

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  • Philip
  • 23-04-19

ho hum

The title is deceptive. The real dark side is the book title. You can't learn how to manipulate people from a book.

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