Learn How to Cope With Anxiety and how to Stop a panic attack
What are the signs of anxiety? What is a panic attack? Our pace of life has increased exponentially in the last few decades. We are often too busy or preoccupied to attend to our emotions until they hit with the strength of a tornado. When signs of anxiety and panic appear, they ravage our lives, our dreams and our spirit. Stop Anxiety from Stopping You: The Breakthrough Program For Conquering Panic and Social Anxiety" answers the questions:
• What are the signs of anxiety?
• What is a panic attack?
• What is social anxiety?
• What is anxiety disorder?
How to control anxiety and how to stop a panic attack:
It is now possible to stop anxiety from stopping us in our tracks. In this book Dr. Odessky helps you understand the process of anxiety, and how to arm yourself with strategies that work. Dr. Odessky draws on her fifteen years of clinical experience to guide you through the process of not only learning how to cope with anxiety, but also how to enrich your life. Stop Anxiety from Stopping You: The Breakthrough Program For Conquering Panic and Social Anxiety will show you how to cope with anxiety and panic in an easy to implement six-step framework. You will learn about:
• Signs of anxiety
• How to control anxiety
• How to stop a panic attack
• How to treat anxiety
Dr. Odessky gives you the tools for learning how to control anxiety: Dr. Odessky draws on her experience and knowledge to develop a system that gives you the tools to learn how to control anxiety and how to stop a panic attack. She creates a sense of optimism and passion. Stop Anxiety from Stopping You is a compelling and optimistic guide to move you from a position of difficulty to hope.
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