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Titel: Managing Your Anxiety: Regaining Control ...
Verlag: Berkley, US
Einband: Mass Market Paperback
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Managing Your Anxiety is not only a thought-provoking book on the causes of chronic anxiety, psychological stress, and panic attacks but also a practical self-care handbook that can be put to immediate use. The Self-Care Program in Part Two offers an array of helpful techniques for handling episodes of acute fear as well as chronic worry and anxiety. The authors use agoraphobia (a condition characterized by a morbid fear of being separated from familiar surroundings or people) as a model of an unworkable fear-based philosophy of life.
McCullough, who as a therapist has seen the problem of agoraphobia and other forms of disabling anxiety in his patients countless times, contributed not only the developmental-philosophical model of anxiety used in the book but also the book's key insight: "Someone who learns to be genuinely self-caring (and competent in self-care) cannot be a chronically anxious or fearful person."
Mann, a professional editor and writer who overcame his own work-related stress and anxiety using meditation and other techniques described in the book, knows the problem of anxiety from the inside out, and has contributed a friendly, reassuring tone and great empathy to discussions of sometimes uncomfortable and painful topics.
The authors are generous in crediting the sources of the ideas they discuss and provide the reader with a helpful list of suggested readings on particular aspects of anxietyFrom the Publisher:
What would it be like to live without fear? Anxiety is a natural, normal emotion that helps us deal with everyday stress. But for millions of people, anxiety is out of control -- causing phobias and panic attacks that can take the joy out of life . . . sometimes even causing physical symptoms such as upset stomach, hyperventilation, and chest pain.
Dr. Chrisopher J. McCullough, a specialist in the treatment of anxiety, and writer Robert Woods Mann offer a simple self-care program that frees the mind and stops the suffering. You can feel calm, confident and in control again -- with Managing Your Anxiety.
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