Thursday, November 4, 2021

Get Out of Your Head Book Spotlight & Book Tour Giveaway

This morning, I have a self help book in our book spotlight!  Check out Get Out of Your Head, learn about author Peter Francis, read an excerpt from the book & enter for a chance to win a prize in the book tour giveaway at the end of this post!

How to Stop Negative Thoughts and Emotions and Live a Positive Productive Life.


Date Published: 6/15/21

Publisher: Blue Sails Publishing

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About the Book


We live in uncertain times and due to this anxiety rules over manys daily lives. The spiral of toxic thoughts can leave you paralyzed, In this book you will find many ways to overcome your negative self defeating thoughts and behaviours. From meditation, daily routine improvement , C.B.T therapy skills, healthy habits and much more. This is a tool kit designed to help you stop negative thoughts and emotions as well as tips on how to live your best life with no regrets. I personally have struggled with my own self defeating thoughts and emotions and through these steps I was able to take control of my life.


Read an Excerpt


Chapter 1: How to Go After What You Want

When something does not cause us noticeable harm, we believe it is okay to continue doing it. For this reason, poor habits, routines, and chronic stress go seemingly unnoticed until we are facing more severe concerns regarding our health and wellbeing.

The danger of a poor routine is that you do not notice it. For example, doing the dishes after dinner: if you are not in the habit of doing them, they will pile up until the next morning. The next morning, you may not have time or may have other plans about how to spend your morning so the dishes pile up again until dinner. You then end up making dinner with limited dishes or you have to take time to wash a pan just to dirty it again. Not initially doing the dishes did not cause you any harm but now it will probably cause considerable frustration.

A routine is a series of actions that you usually perform, often starting around the same time every day. It is a set of activities that have become your norm. In society we can usually pinpoint what has become a norm and there are a lot of cases where societal norms influence people's lives negatively. It is the same with our personal, daily norms; they have the power to help or hinder our growth as a person.

You stress about following a routine and there are steps that you can take to ensure that designing a routine does not add to your list of worries. Similarly as you form a habit, forming a routine takes time, patience, and practice to become the norm of your life. You should have routines that you are proud of for almost every aspect of your life such as waking up, going to bed, starting your workday, spending time with family, and more. Chances are, if you brush your teeth, wash your face, and change into pajamas, you already have a bedtime routine but there are aspects of that routine that you can improve. The same can be said with every other action you take throughout your day. 


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About the Author

Born and raised in Calgary alberta I am 28 years old.I enjoy writing, walking my dog watching movies and being out in nature. when I'm not working on a new book I'm out with my dog enjoying nature and the fresh air.

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