Fearing Nothing by Michael O'Brien

Fearing Nothing

byMichael O'Brien

Kobo ebook | May 28, 2017

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Do you feel afraid of things in life? Do you have anxiety about work, being in public places, or speaking in public? Are you afraid to leave the house, nervous about driving, or worried about what other people think? You don't have to live this way any longer. Michael O'Brien has found the solution to overcoming fear and anxiety after years of experiencing them himself. Michael had his first panic attack at age nineteen when he attended a bodybuilding contest. That led to other panic attacks that forced him to leave shopping malls, banks, freeways, elevators, restaurants, and even churches. He was unable to cope with his fear and anxiety. But today, he lives a normal life and doesn't fear having panic attacks. Now in Fearing Nothing, Michael shares the nine stressors that cause anxiety and fear that can take over people's lives. He then discusses the solutions to overcoming these symptoms and provides helpful tools that will benefit everyone. Readers of Fearing Nothing will learn: * Fear and panic are a sign of intelligence * How to use your intelligence to tell yourself new stories * The power of not exaggerating situations * How to raise your self-esteem * The importance of relaxation and how to do it * How to float through anxious feelings * The "hoax" tool that will make your symptoms stop. It's time to quit hiding behind your fears. It's time to come clean with yourself and others about your situation so anxiety and fear will no longer control your life. The problems you are experiencing have originated within you, but you also have the power to control and defeat them. Discover in these pages your own power so that you, too, will be Fearing Nothing.
Title:Fearing NothingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 28, 2017Publisher:Michael O'BrienLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1944335595

ISBN - 13:9781944335595