Unbreakable: How I Turned My Depression And Anxiety Into Motivation And You Can Too
  • Unbreakable: How I Turned My Depression And Anxiety Into Motivation And You Can Too
  • Unbreakable: How I Turned My Depression And Anxiety Into Motivation And You Can Too
ISBN: 0063062852
EAN13: 9780063062856
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 25, 2022
Pages: 352
Format: Hardcover
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   Waste of Time
The point is that serving others helps with depression. The book talks about his famous friends that support him and his team. A lot of people don't have a lot of friends for support because they don't have the money. He makes a point about laughter. All of his laughter examples were juvenile prank that he did on his friends. I don't think my friends would find the things he did to me funny. The book is mostly about himself.
 
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   Tell your story- show your scars.
If anyone tells their story it is 5 for me. Unbreakable Vets and the National Football League created a program to work together. I was somewhat uncomfortable with a non-vet speaking about combat vets, but his ideas are valid and very eye opening. I don't think about it, but I can see that mental help is needed for players who have a transition to regular life. I can take many of his points into my own trauma and feel more proud of my scars. The book needed to tell the story. Find your tribe, help someone, and tell your story.
 
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   Right Topic, Questionable Delivery
I wanted to write a glowing review for this book. I felt like I was betraying myself after finishing it. I applaud Jay for his vulnerability and the work he is doing to raise awareness about mental health. His target demographic makes it even more so. We need men to speak up. The book came across as aggressive in tone and played into some of the toxic norms we have around masculinity. This may be the best way to reach some guys out there, but I don't think that's right for me. I found some of the language concerning suicide frightening. This book may not be for me but I know it will help some people.
 
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   Excellent No Nonsense Approach
One listens to the same voice every Sunday on Fox's football show. As I read, I almost heard his voice. He is open and vulnerable, so his experiences may help anyone. Down to earth writing makes it easy to understand and stick with you. Not the typical self-help book. It's better than before. It is easily applicable to life.
 
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   Life Changing Book
I liked this book. I battled stress, anxiety, and depression until I received help from therapy, but it was hard for me to overcome because of shame and guilt. It helped me communicate with my loved ones about my flaws, but also allowed me to be proud of my flaws if I am able to help others. Helping others helps me feel good and I've realized that. The way Jay explained his purpose and journey motivated me to find ways to help others. I know I'm not cured and may never be, but I know I'm not alone and I know it's okay not to be. Thank you Jay, truly!
 
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   So real!!
I bought this book for my husband who has been struggling with all life is throwing at us lately, he is not much of a reader but has barely put this down. I was asked to read about 10 pages of what he has read so far with the statement, someone finally put how I feel in words. He isn't finished yet, but I already recommend it as it's well written and real. It's!
 
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   Buyer Beware
My kids bought a book for my husband, who suffers with depression. My husband told me that the book was filed with the F Bomb and that it was an ok book. People think people want to read about depression in a book.
 
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   Great read.
If you've ever struggled with mental health, this is a good book to read. The book is real but broken up by a little comedy by Jay. This book reminded me that there are many people who experience the same feelings. This is an easy read. I don't like to read as much as I should after finishing. If you have mental health issues, get this book. If you know someone who struggles, you should get this book as it may give you an insight into what they are going through.
 
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