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Reid Wilson, PhD, author of Don’t Panic
“Surprisingly easy ways to change your worried mind.”
Daniel Gottlieb, PhD, author of Letters to Sam
“[A] gifted writer and clinician … Chansky takes the reader by the hand and guides them through the complex maze of thoughts and emotions in a way that is wise, compassionate, and knowledge-based. This is the gift of Freeing Yourself from Anxiety.”
Spirituality and Practice
“The last section of the book contains a treasure-trove of material on coping with anger, jealousy, loss, shame, procrastination, perfectionism, failure, and criticism. Chansky proves her skills as a clinical psychologist with case histories of people dealing with various anxiety disorders. She really impresses when she offers wise counsel on handling these heavy hitters that are obstacles to the life we want.”
Bookviews (blog), April 2012
“If this problem is one in your own or the life of someone else you know this book will prove a life-changing experience.”
Psychologist Tamar Chansky, PhD, is the founder and director of the Children’s Center for OCD and Anxiety and the author of Freeing Your Child from Anxiety. She lives in Philadelphia.
This helps you mentally change your mind set when coming across difficult times in life or just in general
how to handle that overwhelming feeling of the plate being to full.
This book is good if you have anxiety problems and it gives you the tools to combat it the problem. This book is used by psychologists.Published 6 months ago by Michael Seixas
Excellent and very helpful book. Highly recommend to anyone struggling with frequent anxiety. It provides truly helpful techniques to stop the worry.Published 9 months ago by TNMom
I highly highly recommend this book if you suffer from anxiety. It's the most helpful book I've read on the subject. It's just so logical, yet accessible; science-based. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sarah H
I couldn't have found this book at a better time. One small factual mistake in Chapter One: pythons are not venomous snakes, but the point is made.Published 17 months ago by Hugo Smitter
This is a good book and we are continuing to read it. Anxiety is tough to deal with in today's world.Published 20 months ago by M. Baskall