Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, and Live Happier

Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, and Live Happier

Review “Douglas weaves evidence and personal experience into a helpful, highly-readable user’s guide.”—Runner’s World “[One of] this spring’s best new running books.”—Outside “Mental health is very important and I encourage others to avail themselves of this excellent book, and of course to keep running!”—Meb Keflezighi, Boston and New York City Marathon champion, Olympic Marathon silver medalist “An enlightening read.”—Women’s Running “A great read for anyone interested in the links between exercise, mood, and wellbeing—plenty of clearly presented science, plenty of hard-earned practical experience, and some intriguing suggestions about why running is uniquely powerful compared to other forms of exercise.”—Alex Hutchinson, New York Times–bestselling author of Endure “Everyone who cares about mental health needs to read Running Is My Therapy. Scott Douglas lays out all the evidence for running as an effective intervention for depression and anxiety in a way that’s both inspiring and practical.”—Sepideh Saremi, LCSW, founder of Run Walk Talk therapy “Scott describes depression as if he were in my own head. Through personal experience and scientific research, he expertly addresses how depression uniquely impacts each one of us, and he inspires readers to harness the mental-health benefits of running to make it out the front door.”—Rob Krar, two-time Western States Endurance Run champion, founder, Rob Krar Ultra Camp Read more About the Author Scott Douglas is a contributing editor for Runner’s World. He has also been the editor of Running Times, and Runner’s World’s news channel. His books include the New York Times bestseller Meb for Mortals, and Advanced Marathoning. He lives in South Portland, Maine.Women’s Running has named Alison Mariella Desir as one of 20 women changing the sport and the world. She founded Harlem Run and Run 4 All Women. Read more

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