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13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do:
Take Back Your Power, Embrace Change, Face Your Fears and Train Your Brain for Happiness and Success is now available!
“Great thoughts from Amy Morin LCSW in her new book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do. I recommend it.” –John Maxwell, Author of 8 New York Times Bestsellers
As a licensed clinical social worker, college psychology instructor, and psychotherapist, Amy Morin has seen countless people choose to succeed despite facing enormous challenges. That resilience along with her own personal history dealing with tragedy inspired her to write “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do,” a web post that instantly went viral, and was picked up by Forbes where it has reached over 10 million people.
Morin’s post focused on the concept of mental strength, how mentally strong people avoid negative behaviors—feeling sorry for themselves, resenting other people’s success, and dwelling on the past. Instead, they focus on the positive to help them overcome challenges and become their best.
In this inspirational, affirmative book, Morin expands upon her original message, providing practical strategies to help readers avoid the 13 common habits that can hold them back from success. Combining compelling anecdotal stories with the latest psychological research, she offers strategies for avoiding destructive thoughts, emotions, and behaviors common to everyone.
Like physical strength, mental strength requires healthy habits, exercise, and hard work. Morin teaches you how to embrace a happier outlook and arms you to emotionally deal with life’s inevitable hardships, setbacks, and heartbreaks—sharing for the first time her own poignant story of tragedy, and how she summoned the mental strength to move on. As she makes clear, mental strength isn’t about acting tough; it’s about feeling empowered to overcome life’s challenges.
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do
will be translated into over 20 Languages
Czech – 6/2015
French – 5/15/15
Turkish – 5/2015 (tentatively)
Slovak – 6/2015
Italian – Fall 2015
Chinese Printed in Traditional Characters – Taiwan, the Hong Kong S.A.R. and the Macau S.A.R. – early 2016
German – 2/26/2016
Chinese Printed in Simplified Characters – Mainland China, excluding Taiwan, the Hong Kong S.A.R. and the Macau S.A.R.
Chinese Printed in Traditional Characters – Mainland China, excluding Taiwan, the Hong Kong S.A.R. and the Macau S.A.R.