• Jealousy Through CBT: Create Healthy Relationships with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • From Anxiety and Insecurity to Trust and Peace of Mind
  • By: Amanda Hewitt
  • Narrated by: Matt Hicks
  • Length: 3 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Is jealousy ruining your life? Are you trapped in a vicious circle of broken relationships? Do you want to break free from that endless anxiety and negativity and replace it with trust and peace of mind? 

Every time your partner is away you worry, what is he or she doing? How come he hasn’t called yet?

You know you’re being irrational, but you can’t help it, your mind is spinning out of control and all kinds of dramatic scenarios start playing in your head

Every attempt to rationalize is short-lived; soon enough you go back to this place of obsessive worry

There’s no happy ending in those stories, ever.

And as you accumulate more and more painful and broken relationships, this self-fulfilling thought pattern only reinforces itself.

Don’t you want to break that circle?

Being able to trust your partner no matter what happens?

Then you need to change your patterns of thinking and behaviors.

In other words, you need Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

CBT have been used to heal all kind of disorders, from eating disorders to depression.

This audiobook, however, will focus on jealousy and how you can act upon the psychological roots of your attachment anxiety.

You'll discover:

  • The real meaning behind your jealousy
  • The 4 attachment types: which one are you?
  • Presenting CBT: Why and how it can change your life
  • The art of reframing
  • How to face your jealousy triggers
  • Applied mindfulness to overcome jealousy
  • The 5 steps to break free of jealousy
  • And much more…

You can overcome your jealousy with the proper instructions and dedication, even if you’ve never been able to fully trust someone yet.

So if you’re ready to start the journey that will lead you to healthy relationships and peace of mind, then get this audiobook now!

©2020 Amanda Hewitt (P)2020 Amanda Hewitt

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very minimal CBT content. not helpful AT ALL for anyone who has been cheated on.

This book skimps on CBT and jealousy. The author over simplified dealing with genuine feelings of jealousy by suggesting tasks ie. journaling, exercise, breathing techniques, and socializing with friends.
Not helpful for anyone who has been cheated on.

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Too Much Emphasis on Mindfulness

First of all, this book was amazing; extremely informative and insightful with clearly much research and thought put into the content by a very knowledgeable author. The final chapter though in my opinion spent too much time on the benefits of mindfulness, which of course can have a positive impact on your life, mitigating jealous thoughts, and present awareness, but is a bit too general for me. I was hoping instead to delve into specific and detailed techniques on maybe how to uproot our past to help understand our jealousy more or at least something only specific to jealousy, not widely applicable to other situations, such as breathing techniques or staying presently aware. This may be bias since I've spent much time on meditation apps and books on mindfulness, that I felt disappointed when the longest chapter by far brought no new information related to specific to jealousy.