The Pocket Therapist Review and Giveaway(CLOSED)

Do you ever fell like you need a quick pick me up? Maybe a little thought to get you through the day? I do at times. That is why I was happy to get the chance to review ‘The Pocket Therapist’ by Therese J. Borchard.

My Thoughts

In this book Therese combines everyday life into short uplifting stories. I loved that I could pick up the book and be encouraged in just a few short words. Therese kept each story short, sweet, and to the point. I found each story inspiring with just enough humor to keep you interested in everything you are reading. There were also many stories that I thought to myself “Yeah, I’ve been there.” I think this book would be wonderful for anyone who just needs that daily uplift.

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**This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others. Thank you to TPRP for leading me to this book.



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Comments

  1. I am constantly working on myself. My attitude, my body, my mind-I think this book will help me with that.

  2. I'm a follower!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I like that it is a quick reference guide for those trying to cope.
    debp
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would like this book, because I grew up with a abusive, mentally ill mother, and I am really now coming to terms with that.It is harder because I have a sister that was treated completely different than and now, than me.
    debp
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

  5. Carolina Girl Mommy says:

    I learned the author also has a daily blog called beyond blue

    Desi
    carolinagirlmommy@gmail.com

  6. Carolina Girl Mommy says:

    I like that there are short, uplifting stories because we all have those days were a few words of support are needed

    Desi
    carolinagirlmommy@gmail.com

  7. Carolina Girl Mommy says:

    1- google friend

    Desi
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  8. Carolina Girl Mommy says:

    2- google friend

    Desi
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  9. Anonymous says:

    this book would benefit us all…me included 🙂

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  10. I learned that the author is the author of the blog Beyond Blue, which I have read before.

    rubyandbuddy at yahoo dot com

  11. I would like this book to help me to stress less.

    rubyandbuddy at yahoo dot com

  12. Tweeted about giveaway:

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  13. Adrian's Crazy Life says:

    I love books like this, I am always working to improve myself, but the problem is I have a hard time remembering all the good advice. Having a pocket sized version like this would be very helpful.

  14. I like that this book seems to dole out good-sense advice along with light humor about mental health (or lack thereof). Really, I think you need to have a good sense of humor to stay psychologically healthy!

    Thanks, this looks great!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  15. I would like this book because I love to laugh! Plus, I'm a little familiar with the author (through her blog) and actually really appreciate her approach to some very common problems. While I haven't seen this book before now, it sounds like a good book to have to flip through when you're feeling down. Some of the stories and advice would surely lift yoru spirits!

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  16. I follow via GFC!
    #1
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  17. I liked that she has a blog, which I am now following, and I like that her chapters are bite-sized. One reviewer on Amazon commented that she no longer has time for books, and I agree with that full-heartedly. But I especially could use the advice in conquering anxiety/depression.

    kkramena at gmail com

  18. i am following you.

  19. I would like this book because the author has contributed to "Psychology Today" and I love reading that magazine. It sounds like a great pick-me-up, minus the hourly therapy charge!

  20. I am a google connect follower!

  21. stash mama says:

    i read a review that said the concepts were easy to grasp and it is a book that is very east to relate to.
    corpesa14 at yahoo dot com

  22. stash mama says:

    i follow on gfc
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    1

  23. stash mama says:

    i retweeeeted!!!!
    corpesa14 at yahoo dot com
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  24. I like that its a reference, something I could refer to as needed, and not have to commit a chunk of time to go through all at once. Sometimes you just need that quick shot!

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  25. I would like this book because I am a person who over thinks things, and has come to expect the worst, and finds it hard to prepare for the best. I could use something to help jolt me out of my rut!

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