10 Days to Great Self Esteem, Paperback Book
2.5 out of 5 (1 rating)


Do you wake up dreading the day? Do you feel discouraged with what you've accomplished in life?

Do you want greater self-esteem, productivity, and joy in daily living?

In 10 Days to Great Self Esteem, Dr Burns offers a powerful tool providing hope, compassion, and healing for people suffering from low self-esteem, unhappiness or depression.

In ten easy steps you will learn specific techniques to enhance self esteem, productivity and happiness.

You will learn techniques that will help you change the way you think, feel and behave.

The ideas are based on commonsense and are easy to apply.

You will learn that:*You feel the way you think: negative feelings do not actually result from bad things that happen but from the way you think about these events. *You can change the way you feel: you will discover why you get so moody and learn how to brighten your outlook when you're feeling sad or depressed.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Popular psychology
  • ISBN: 9780091825621



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It'd be all too easy at first glance to mock this work based on the improbable promise of it's title and the all-too-happily grinning mug shot of its turtlenecked author, Dr. Burns, so I won't, other than to say I can see where SNL alum, Al Franken, got his "Stuart Smalley" inspiration.Nevertheless, there are good psychological exercises/question-and-answers throughout this introductory workbook designed to foster intellectual/interrelational insight and emotional growth, particularly for individuals who've struggled with feelings of low self-esteem and depression for whatever reasons. Particulary helpful in a group therapy setting as a means of providing a framework/structure for the therapeutic setting. I would recommend it for its hands-on practical value, though I think its title is a trifle disengenuous. Self-esteem, for those who've lacked it, takes years, not days to develop.