Sheldon Short Guide to Worry and Anxiety
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Worry is a useful biological response to adverse circumstances, which can sometimes get out of hand. While the anxiety response primes us for action, too much becomes counterproductive. This easy-to-read manual explains how to understand and control your worry, and make the brain's warning system work for you. Topics include: * Defining worry and its mechanism * Preparing to solve your problems - skills to practise * How to solve your problems * Brainstorming and making decisions * Coping with setbacks * When the worry won't stop * Coping successfully with unavoidable problems