Mental Health Book Review: Run for Your Life: Mindful Running for a Happy Life by William Pullen

The Mental Health Book Club Podcast enjoyed this book, Becky gave it 3* and Sydney gave it 4*.

This book is a fantastic ‘how to’ guide to Dynamic Running Therapy (DRT). It outlines why it is important and why it can benefit people. Neither Sydney or Becky are runners, but because it can be applied to walking, they were both intrigued. The point of DRT is to challenge yourself physically and so that means different things to different people.

William lays out how to achieve DRT in easy, well explained steps. He discusses the importance of each step and explains clearly how to achieve them. Now this might be easier to do with a therapist, but he also explains how a friend or even doing this alone could work.

If you are someone who finds that you think a lot when exercising, then this book is for you. If you find it hard to open up and getting to what is bothering you, this could work for you. This book is definitely worth a read.

The Mental Health Book Club Podcast enjoyed this book, Becky gave it 3* and Sydney gave it 4*.

This book is a fantastic ‘how to’ guide to Dynamic Running Therapy (DRT). It outlines why it is important and why it can benefit people. Neither Sydney or Becky are runners, but because it can be applied to walking, they were both intrigued. The point of DRT is to challenge yourself physically and so that means different things to different people.

William lays out how to achieve DRT in easy, well-explained steps. He discusses the importance of each step and explains clearly how to achieve them. Now, this might be easier to do with a therapist, but he also explains how a friend or even doing this alone could work.

If you are someone who finds that you think a lot when exercising, then this book is for you. If you find it hard to open up and get to what is bothering you, this could work for you. This book is definitely worth a read.

Find our full review at www.mentalhealthbookclub.com, on iTunes or where ever you get your podcasts.

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