Change Your Story, Change Your Brain
About the Book
Do you feel as if someone else is writing the story of your life? Does the world seem to be brimming with negativity? Do you feel trapped in a mental prison of blame, depression, anxiety, or fear?
It’s time to rediscover your most powerful weapon.
Change Your Story, Change Your Brain is a guide to living more fully in the present moment and propelling yourself free from the cesspools of toxicity. Merging powerful anecdotes with neuroscientific findings and simple practices, this book invites you on a life-altering quest to rediscover purpose and joy through the practice of mindfulness. Learn to program your brain to live purposefully. Seize control of your thoughts and unleash your utmost potential.
As you live with greater intention, you’ll discover that you can literally change the structure of your brain—and your life.
“Great insights and strategies to deal with loss and pain through the practice of mindfulness. Anyone who is struggling with a major life transition will benefit from this book, recover, and move on to a healthier, happier life.”
Amy Botwinick, Life Coach, Founder of WomenMovingOn.com
“Change your Story, Change Your Brain cut through my pain with scalpel-like precision. It brought my deadened heart back to life and enabled me to revive my career. This is no self-improvement book. This is a book that will change your life.”
Martin Terrell, author of Beyond Tomorrow
“Read this if you are interested in exploring, cultivating, and nurturing yourself and those around you.”
Shengli Dong, Professor of Psychological and Counseling Services at Florida State University
About the Author
Dr. Linda Miles earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Florida State University and has worked in the mental health field for over thirty years as an award-winning psychotherapist, consultant, and professor. She has authored several books, including The New Marriage, chosen as a finalist for Forward Book of the Year Award. She has appeared on national radio and television, and her articles have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, and Miami Herald.