Are you feeling Depressed or Anxious?
Think "Good" and Search for More Meaning in Your Life.
Amidst the horrors of Auschwitz, a daring Jewish psychiatrist revealed one of the two secrets to overcoming depression and anxiety. Viktor Frankl, the founder of Logotherapy (the therapy of meaning) found that "those who knew that there was a task waiting for them to fulfill were most apt to survive the concentration camps."
Frankl was not just referring to those interned in the camps or held captive as prisoners of war. He was offering a path forward for all people facing challenges -- whether physical or emotional -- to look beyond the limits of self and into the world of meaning and spirituality.
Over 150 years earlier, the Tzemach Tzemach, the venerable leader of the Chabad Hasidic movement, shared the other secret for achieving happiness and emotional well being when he said, "Think Good and It Will Be Good.” This spiritual and psychological principle has the power to transform feelings of sadness or worry, freeing your mind to focus on the goodness inherent in people and situations
In Think Good It Will Be Good you'll learn how the insights of Frankl and Hasidic thought form the basis of Torah Psychology, a spiritually-focused therapy that can help you find meaning, think positively, and inspire optimism in your life.
Accolades for Think Good It Will Be Good
"Think Good And It Will Be Good is a treasure trove of cognitive, emotional - and most importantly - spiritual, strategies for attaining equanimity and happiness. Rabbi Schonbuch offers a depth of psychological and spiritual wisdom in an easy-to-read and easy-to-grasp style. Although anyone who reads the book will benefit from its practical and inspirational content, those who routinely struggle with depressed or anxious feelings will find particular relief and solace within its pages. Highly recommended!"
Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M. Ed., C. Psych., psychologist and author of "Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice," "The Fear Fix," and "Make Yourself at Home."
"This is a short book long on substance. Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch gracefully brings together the worlds of Torah and psychology, offering helpful insights into some of the most serious mental health issues. He mobilizes the power of the spirit, deftly convincing those wrestling with serious matters that they can overcome, that with relatively straightforward attitude shifts they can right the ship. A most empowering, helpful, and inspirational volume."
Rabbi Dr. Reuven P. Bulka, Editor Journal of Judaism and Psychology, author of numerous books on Viktor Frankl including Work, Love, Suffering, Death: A Jewish/Psychological Perspective Through Logotherapy, The Quest for Ultimate Meaning: Principles and Applications of Logotherapy, and editor of Applying Logotherapy.