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Apply practical strategies from the latest expert research to change the way you think and react to feelings of anxiety.
Do you (or does someone you know) have problems with anxiety? Perhaps you're suffering in silence, or perhaps it's affecting your daily life and relationships. Anxiety is a common emotion, and is healthy at times. But when it keeps us from activities and people we once enjoyed, it's a disruptive and terrifying feeling.
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- Discover the "anatomy" of anxiety and break it down into its basic elements
- Learn the different forms of anxiety so you can better care for your own
- Uncover your own sources of anxiety and learn how certain coping strategies often make it worse
- Discover how you experience anxiety through your own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
- Know how and when to reach out for professional help, if necessary
- Reclaim your life from anxiety by making conscious choices in your thinking, feeling, and acting.
Hazelden Quick Guides are short, accessible e-books that draw on the original work and best practices of leading experts to help readers address common addiction recovery and emotional health issues. This first four-book collection applies the proven methods of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) to challenge and change the irrational thoughts and beliefs that contribute to the debilitating effects of shame, anger, depression, and anxiety.
Published Year: 2012