Very good self-help book.
I was most taken by his approach to real issues that effect everyday folks - and things they struggle with, like weight, alcohol, anxiety and depression.
Seligman is the reining president of the American Psychological Association, a thorough researcher, and a damn good writer.
Borrowed this book from the library. This is the revised version and was just as interesting and informative as the original.Published 1 month ago by l carlock
From its beginning in the 1960s cognitive psychology has developed science/evidence based approaches that have proven more effective then drugs and other methods in treating people... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim Clemmer
Honest, helpful information. Amazing, really. Five stars in that sense. Occasionally, though, I felt that I had to slog through extra material -- history and background stuff that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Khaliel J Kelly
This book is easy to read even my english is not good. Author uses explain complicated idea in simply way.
This book has fully explained that why I cannot change myself. Read more
Liked the explanations about disorders and their possible sources. Found the book a little tedious to get into but with perseverance my interest gained momentum. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve
Looking for help in dealing with a sudden terrible loss this book looks like it will be helpful in some waysPublished 9 months ago by Gringa Loca
Martin Seligman is such a well known Author & has such insite in his books. He gives one great ideas to think about.Published 9 months ago by Peggasus
Martin Seligman is an Ivy league university professor and psychologist. He is the author of a really useful book, Learned Optimism. This book is not nearly as useful. Read morePublished 18 months ago by John Martin