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The Irrational Fear Cure

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While there are a lot of statistics in this book, there are also more personal, relatable stories, as well. It was quite relatable, especially after the past year. There are practical tips to help the reader move from fear to healing. I look forward to putting some in to action.
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Interesting read. Very thought provoking. I related very strongly to some of the correlations she makes between our inner unconscious child and mental health. #netgalley #theirrationalfearcure
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I found this book to be full of statics and data. The author offers up many great stories to talk about her research as well as lots of data to support it. 
Teri the author explains how our fear comes often from childhood, or from current events. She explains this by using current events and stories to show us how and why it is. Through the chapters, you begin to see how it relates to you.

The author offers readers simple practices to guide us out of existing in Survival Mode to healing and living an authentic life that resists isolation, poor health, and broken relationships.

This book helped me see things more clearly and left me feeling more empowered and ready to take on my fears to start healing. I found the book to be so powerful that I highly recommend anyone struggle with fear to grab this book and read it. It will change your life.
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