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DETROIT – A global pandemic, disastrous climate events, erratic U.S. politics and … murder hornets? 2020 has been rough, and our inner voice doesn’t have a problem reminding us. Tell it to f*ck off with this new irreverent, laugh-out-loud guide, “Move on Motherf*cker,” (Nov. 3, 2020, New Harbinger) by board-certified psychologist Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt.
When we’re anxious, stressed, or fearful, the negative voice in our heads can be extremely powerful. It tells us we’re not smart or attractive enough. It berates us for our mistakes. And it keeps us feeling stuck in an endless loop of worry, shame, and hopelessness. But there is a way to shut it down. Blending evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and profanity, this unexpected guide will show you how to respond to your negative inner voice with one very important phrase: Move on, mother*cker!
You’ll learn to manage worry and anxiety, put a stop to unhelpful internal dialogue, and approach new situations with humor, levity, and perspective.
You’ll also find real tools to help you:
- Set personal and professional boundaries
- Identify toxic or codependent relationships
- Become assertive without being aggressive
- Stop seeking perfection
The book also includes journaling and other self-awareness exercises to help you put MOMF to work every day. So, stop letting your inner voice tear you down! With this fun and effective guide, you’ll learn how to take control of your negative thoughts and get back to living your best life.
“Move on Motherf*cker”
Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt | Nov. 3, 2020 | New Harbinger
Self-Help | Paperback | 978-1-68403-486-4 | $16.95
About the Author
Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt is a board-certified health psychologist who swears her way to sanity using cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, humor, positive psychology, and profanity. Jodie has more than 25 years of professional experience helping others find meaning in a crazy world. Follow Jodie and get some inspiration on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @jeckleberryhunt and at jodieeckleberryhunt.com.
Early praise for Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt:
“This is an excellent wake-up call for those wracked by self-criticism.”
— Publisher’s Weekly
“This is an honest-to-goodness self-help book, packed with useful tools and psychological wisdom that will generate results, inside and out.”
— Foreword Reviews
“Honest, salty self-talk can be a true balm for anxiety, shame, sadness, and despair. So take it from one motherf*cker to another: move on, and read this book!”
— Sarah Knight, New York Times bestselling author of “Calm the F*ck Down”
“Move On Motherf*cker is a modern, efficacious self-help tool kit designed to provide relief for people with common mental health issues surrounding depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, bad habits, and personal or work related relationship problems. … It’s a ‘hell-yes,’ hands-on, user-friendly approach to begin feeling empowered to get better.”
—Timothy Jay, PhD, professor of psychology emeritus
at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and author of “Why We Curse”
“MOMF is like that blunt friend who calls you on your sh*t and puts things into f*cking perspective. Using humor, a lot of profanity, and the foundation of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), Eckleberry-Hunt’s book guides readers through a reality check, and teaches them to change the voice of negativity and doubt to that of a motherf*cker who is ready to kick ass! This is a readers guide to self-empowerment!”
— Britt A. Nielsen, PsyD, ABPP, associate professor of psychiatry and psychology
at The MetroHealth System and Case Western Reserve University
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