Unfounded Feelings: What Anxiety Is, How It Affects Us, and How to Change Your Thinking by Elizabeth Lucas

Unfounded Feelings: What Anxiety Is, How It Affects Us, and How to Change Your Thinking

byElizabeth Lucas, Steven Spacey

Kobo ebook | June 24, 2012

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Anxiety is a mental state or feeling innate inside of every person, but this emotion is occasionally exaggerated in some individuals as anxiety disorder. This condition is largely present in people under extended stress or sudden emotional upheaval, to later advance into what are known as anxiety attacks. However, it is not too difficult to overcome feelings of anxiety and diagnosed anxiety disorders if you maintain a healthy daily regime and work beyond the elements that are responsible for eliciting anxious feelings.

Anxiety disorders give you constant and extreme feelings that you are not sure of yourself, incapable, nervous, or worried, and can produce strong instances that can be emotionally devastating. In this book, you will read about general anxiety that is felt by all, the different types of anxiety disorders, methods of overcoming anxiety in your daily life, and therapies and treatments that have aided generations of people.

You will learn that this disorder is something you, your family members, friends, and coworkers can work to overcome together. This book will also cover five of the most common anxiety disorders. These are: Separation anxiety, social anxiety disorder, general anxiety disorder, workplace anxiety, and panic disorder.

Title:Unfounded Feelings: What Anxiety Is, How It Affects Us, and How to Change Your ThinkingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 24, 2012Publisher:Already Been Chewed BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990006403039

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