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Bogdan Lucaciu (CTO / Adore Me)
I think Rewire (by Richard O'Connor) helped me a lot at the time, it was the first neuropsychology book, and it shed light on my bad habits and behaviour. It opened my appetite for “brain” books and started a journey of understanding, acceptance and change.
Richard O’Connor’s bestselling book Undoing Depression has become a touchstone in the field, helping thousands of therapists and patients overcome depressive patterns. In Rewire, O’Connor expands those ideas, showing how we actually have two brains—a conscious deliberate self and an automatic self that makes most of our decisions—and how we can train the latter to ignore distractions, withstand temptations, and interrupt reflexive, self-sabotaging responses. Rewire gives readers a road–map to overcoming the most common self-destructive habits, including procrastination, excessive worrying, internet addiction, overeating, risk-taking, and self-medication, among others.
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