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Today only for 499 yen! For those of you who tend to try too hard. Popular psychiatrist Tomoya Fujino’s tips for living with all your strength “Don’t live too much for someone else”
Discover Twenty One Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Naomi Taniguchi) will be releasing the book “Don’t Live Too Much for Someone” (author: Tomoya Fujino) on Kindle until September 15, 2023. ) is currently on sale for 499 yen.
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One book with over 30,000 copies sold is only 499 yen today! This book, written by psychiatrist Tomoya Fujino, introduces ways of thinking, actions, and habits that people who work too hard for others, such as work, relationships, child-rearing, and nursing care, should take care of themselves. is. The book was well received before its release, was covered by the media even after its release, and has now sold over 30,000 copies. This highly popular book is only available for 499 yen today! This is your chance to save more than 1000 yen. Please check it.
About “Don’t live too much for someone else”
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Are you tired of trying too hard for someone? For example, fathers and mothers who work hard for their children and families. Have you ever been putting off thinking about yourself and not paying attention to the cries of your body and mind? Or someone who is hardworking and dedicated to their subordinates, colleagues, and team members at work. But have you ever found yourself in a situation where your life is in turmoil and you’re so exhausted that you just sleep on your days off? People who work hard, are considerate of those around them, and do their best for others are wonderful people. However, if you try too hard and end up collapsing or collapsing, it would be a waste for you. The trick to relaxing and living comfortably is to know what makes you happy in your own way and what makes you feel comfortable, and to cherish that. In today’s world, we tend to lose track of our own values, what we want to do, and what makes us happy, but just as we care about others, we should also pay attention to our own fatigue and strain. Let’s be conscious of living a life “for ourselves” rather than a life “for someone else.” The author of this book is Tomoya Fujino, a popular psychiatrist who has appeared on many TV programs such as “The World’s Most Wanted Class.” On Twitter, in addition to giving advice as a psychiatrist, he sends messages about taking care of himself, and has 79,000 followers. When the pain and strain accumulates, some people develop mental illnesses such as depression. I want people to feel better and recover before that happens, so I’ve been posting information on social media and writing books. In this book, we present gently gentle words and the knowledge of a
psychiatrist that will sink into tired and strained hearts, so that people who work too hard or who are too kind can take appropriate rest and be pampered. Masu.
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It includes messages about caring for and valuing yourself, as well as small tasks. Practice looking at yourself as you write in your book.
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-Reader Feedback- *Excerpts from customer testimonials received by our company ◆Life changes with the growth of children, and while trying to adapt to the changes, I was mentally exhausted, and when I was worried, I watched TV. I happened to see it introduced and read it. I had no self-esteem and was worried about relationships, so I was able to understand how I was feeling and felt better. (Female in her 40s) ◆I’m really worried about my relationships at work. At that time, I found out about this book on SNS. In the end, the only way to solve my current problems is to take action, but I feel a little better. I want to live with more self-love and value myself. (Female in her 30s) ◆It helped me become aware of my own thoughts, such as when I get tired of putting on a good face and when I think about others, and it made me want to be more kind to myself. (Female in her 20s)
[Table of Contents] Chapter 1: Just take a break Chapter 2: Take better care of yourself Chapter 3: What your body’s voice tells you Chapter 4: Tips on relationships without forcing yourself or trying too hard Chapter 5: Isn’t it okay to be happy inadvertently? [Author information]
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Tomoya Fujino (Tomoya Fujino) Born in 1991. Psychiatrist. Industrial doctor. Certified psychologist. Graduated from Akita University School of Medicine. Kawasaki disease, which he contracted in childhood, left him with a coronary artery aneurysm, which he continues to receive treatment for. While struggling with conflicts such as being restricted from vigorous exercise since his student days, he decided to pursue a career as a doctor. He is also interested in the field of forensic psychiatry, including psychiatric evaluation, and currently works as a doctor at a medical prison in addition to working in a neuropsychiatric department. He shares the ideas he has learned through living with a disability and his knowledge as a psychiatrist, and has made numerous appearances in the media. His publications include “A book that will make you feel glad that you were born” (Gentosha), “A prescription for making yourself happy” (Wani Books), and “Psychiatrist’s teachings: Weakness that will make life easier.” Lessons” (Mikasa Shobo), etc. [Book information]
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Title: “Don’t live too much for someone else” Release date: May 26, 2023 Publication: Discover Twenty-One Specifications: 46 format / 240 pages ISBN: 978-4-7993-2951-1 List price: 1,650 yen (tax included) [Click here to purchase] https://amzn.to/42VMcKU
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