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Outsmart your anxiety with a ridiculously easy, three-step approach!
Is your anxiety running your life? Does it tell you where you can go, and when? Does it keep you trapped in a bubble of fear and panic? Anxiety can happen anytime, anywhere-and that's why you need simple, in-the-moment skills to stay grounded when worry takes hold. This accessible guide will help you gain the upper hand, show your anxiety who's boss and start living the life that you were always meant to live. In Show Your Anxiety Who's Boss, you'll find a simple and direct three-step approach grounded in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help you gain understanding and authority over your anxious thoughts and rumination, bounce back from stress and minor setbacks and accept what you just can't know for sure. With this powerful guide, you'll learn to:
·Make peace with uncertainty
·Stop avoiding situations
·Accept and redirect anxious thoughts-so you can get on with your life
If you're ready to live a full and vital life without your anxiety constantly getting in the way, this straightforward guide will show you how to get back on track. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.
“In Show Your Anxiety Who’s Boss, author Joel Minden has created a wonderful resource for anyone struggling with anxiety. In this very accessible book, Minden walks the reader through scientifically grounded principles of anxiety management, including learning to think more rationally, accepting uncertainty, and facing fears. If you suffer from anxiety that is getting in the way of your life, this book can be the light at the end of the tunnel.”
—David F. Tolin, PhD, ABPP, director of the Anxiety Disorders Center at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital, and author of Face Your Fears
“Show Your Anxiety Who’s Boss is the practical guide for managing worry that so many texts aspire to be, yet rarely are. This program may change your life.”
—Alexander J. Williams, PhD, program director of psychology, director of psychological clinic, and assistant teaching professor at the University of Kansas (Edwards Campus)