Are you worried about tomorrow? Do you experience fear of the unknown?
Are you determined to succeed?
Do you wake up a motivated individual or you find no reason of working hard each new day?
If you said yes to the question, you are the appropriate target of the book.
You need to get through the chains of anxiety and worries. Anxiety is not always bad, but when it persists, it becomes necessary to look for an effective solution. Nobody can boldly tell you that they haven’t ever felt anxious about something in their lives. Feeling anxious occasionally is perfectly normal, but when the feeling exceeds a manageable level, doctors may call it anxiety disorder. When it gets to this point, the search for medication starts.
Worry, on the other hand, is not a new word. We’ve gotten so familiar with saying “don’t worry” that right now; everybody seems to be worried about something all the time. Indeed, all of us may have at one point been worried about a task, an exam, a project, or others. However, the thing to note is that persistent worry may lead to anxiety.
Many times, issues and challenges of life can lead us to worry, whether we like it or not. Worry has become a part of our lives. But the question is, will you allow it to take over your life? Are you willing to subject your mind and body to a series of doctor’s diagnosis and incessant medications? We hope not.
In this guide you will learn about:
- How to justify worry, anxiety and the dreaded fear
- Learn how to be keen investigator to identify worry problems
- Determining the causes and expected consequences of anxiety, worry and fear
- The concrete steps to take in order to overcome worry and anxiety
- Understanding the human psychology of moods and how they change alongside reframing thoughts
- The treasure within happiness and how to achieve such through mindfulness and breathing techniques
- And much, much more!!
The truth is, we have the healthy kinds of anxiety. There are times when being anxious can alert you of danger and invariably save your life. Well, that’s not the type we are concerned about here. Our focus is on the level where you can’t eat, rest, sleep, or relax due to constant worrying. We are talking about the stage where you’ve become anxious over the smallest and most insignificant issues. Where you’ve become popular for always being nervous, apprehensive, and jumpy.