If you are tired of living your life overwhelmed by racing thoughts, plagued by worry and fear, and on edge over things that either don't really matter, or never seem to happen, then keep reading.
The boogeyman is coming.
At least, that's what you keep telling yourself.
Actually, the boogeyman is already here. The real monster is the voice in your head that won't shut up about how no matter what you do, it's going to go catastrophically wrong, and end in your public humiliation, banishment from society, sentence to a life of solitude, destitution and squalor, homelessness, going down in history as a cautionary tale for what happens when you suck at life, oh-and of course, your eventual demise.
Anxiety causes undue, overwhelming, sometimes crippling fear, stress, and worry, making even the most ordinary daily tasks and situations unnecessarily difficult, scary, or seemingly impossible. Plus, there's a constant concern for what other people think, a nagging belief that because something bad happened once it's bound to happen again, and the irrational conviction that whatever happens, you won't be able to handle it.
It's not only destroying your confidence, it's also robbing you of happiness and the ability to enjoy your life. And it changes your relationships, mood, and personality for the worse.
Yeah, I've been there.
And who the heck am I?
I'm just an average girl with slightly above average anxiety, who figured out without a PhD that when you can't get your head right, life can suck. And when I figure out ways to make it suck a little less, I write a book about it.
This is one of those books.
In this book, you will find:
- Why your brain is wired to make you constantly think the sky is falling
- Four mental shifts to hack your mind to overcome anxiety for the long term
- The one word you can remove from your vocabulary to give you mental peace and happiness
- Three proven techniques from therapists that you can implement-minus the couch, clipboard, and expensive medical bill
- The two things you are doing to make your anxiety worse instead of better
- The innate skill that every human has that works to your disadvantage
- How your opinion is causing you to suffer undue stress in every situation
- Four different ways you can use a simple, cheap tool you can find at any store to battle anxiety
- How to make the mental shift to you being the hero of your life story instead of the zero
- The sometimes friendly, sometimes not-so-friendly kick in the pants you need to make you change your mind so you can change your life
Maybe your anxiety is progressively getting worse, and you haven't yet found a solution that doesn't involve an expensive therapist, pills with side effects worse than your anxiety itself, choking on incense while muttering mantras under your breath, or a dry boring self-help book.
This book is not a boring laundry list of statistics and regurgitations from scientific journals, but a no nonsense, easily digestible work of literature with practical, applicable tips from one former nutcase to another.
This sometimes blunt, sarcastic, in-your-face book proves that getting your ish together can be fun and entertaining, and it doesn't have to take a lifetime to turn your life around.
This is not your grandmother's self-help. Unless you have one badass grandmother.
You can turn the tables, and attack anxiety, instead of anxiety attacking you.
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