From Panic to Power

Author: Lucinda Bassett
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062117726
Format: PDF
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From Panic to Power is Lucinda Bassett's inspiring account of the proven techniques she used to overcome anxiety disorder and regain control of her life. A bestseller with more than 72,000 hardcover copies sold, From Panic to Power offers techniques and skills to the ever–growing number of people who are adversely affected by today's overwhelmingly stressful environment. Lucinda Bassett's effective program, which teaches people how to think differently and respond in a less anxious way, is enabling hundreds of thousands all over the world to transform their draining doubts, fears, and anxieties into positive energy and newfound freedom. Her methods allow sufferers to gain a new understanding of themselves and their challenges when dealing with anxiety and teach effective skills to help transform negative self–talk and destructive worry habits into recently discovered compassion and confidence.

Living with Anxiety Disorders

Author: Allen R. Miller
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0816063443
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Provides an overview of different types of anxiety disorders, discussing their symptoms, causes, and treatment options.

The Worrywart s Companion

Author: Beverly A. Potter
Publisher: Ronin Publishing
ISBN: 157951183X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Worrywarts are characterized by chronic anxiety, enslavement to out-of-control thoughts, and haranguing themselves to a degree that triggers FUD — fear, uncertainty, and doubt. Smart worriers take control of their worry by creating a time and place to do the work of worry, objectively studying their behavior to better understand how to worry effectively, and practicing flexible thinking rather than rut thinking. Smart worriers look for solutions, including partial solutions, and accept what can’t be changed, challenge their worries, practice making under-reactive statements that defuse anxiety rather than fuel it. The Worrywart’s Companion offers a smorgasbord of tools to help readers become smart worriers, including deep breathing and muscles relaxing exercises, practicing deliberate belly laughing, saying a prayer, doing a good deed, taking a walk, rocking oneself, counting details to keep one’s mind off of the worry, and more. When smart worriers finish the work of worry, they purposefully soothe themselves so that they can move on to other activities. The Worrywart’s Companion helps disquieted readers integrate soothing activities into their daily lives to keep worry-provoking anxiety in check.

Loving Someone with Anxiety

Author: Kate N. Thieda
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1608826139
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Dealing with an anxiety disorder is hard, but loving someone with an anxiety disorder can be equally as difficult. If your partner suffers from extreme anxiety, they may have panic attacks, constantly be voicing their worried thoughts, or may not be able to participate in social events because of a fear of social settings. No matter how compassionate you are, you may sometimes feel frustrated, unable to help, and even find your own life restricted—all of which can lead to conflict, resentment, miscommunication, and ultimately, an end to the relationship altogether. Loving Someone with Anxiety is one of the few books written specifically for the partners of people with anxiety disorders. The book is designed not only to aid you in helping your partner cope with anxiety and worry, but also to help you take care of your own needs. Inside, you’ll learn the importance of setting healthy boundaries, limiting codependent behaviors, and why taking over roles that make your partner anxious—such as answering the phone, driving, or doing the grocery shopping because your partner feels too anxious to be in public—can be extremely damaging for the both of you. Codependency in relationships with an anxious partner can lead to resentment, anger, and a sense of helplessness on your side. This book will help you and your partner overcome these negative behaviors, build better communication and a stronger personal connection. Written by a licensed professional counselor who specializes in helping the partners of those with mental illnesses, this book is the resource that you have been looking for to help you understand your anxious partner and keep anxiety from sabotaging your relationship.

Living with Depression

Author: Facts On File, Incorporated
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438121075
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Examines the consequences of day-to-day life, where to go for help and features real-life examples of people struggling with depression.

Panikattacken und andere Angstst rungen loswerden

Author: Klaus Bernhardt
Publisher: Ariston
ISBN: 3641216834
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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»Ein Großteil aller Traumata, Neurosen, Phobien und Angststörungen kann in weniger als 10 Sitzungen vollständig aufgelöst werden.« Klaus Bernhardt Der Angstexperte Klaus Bernhardt stellt die hierzulande gängigen Therapieformen gegen Angst auf den Prüfstand und gleicht sie mit den Erkenntnissen der modernen Hirnforschung ab. Sein Ergebnis ist ernüchternd: Die meisten dieser Therapieformen sind seit Jahrzehnten veraltet und neurowissenschaftlich nicht mehr haltbar. Mit seiner Methode stellt er eine völlig neue Art der Angsttherapie vor, die die Verarbeitungsprozesse unseres Gehirns gezielt nutzt, um Angst- und Panikpatienten schnell wieder in ein normales Leben zurückzuführen. Einer bemerkenswert hohen Zahl seiner Patienten hat er mit diesen Übungen und Techniken bereits nach wenigen Wochen die Rückkehr in ein angstfreies Leben ermöglicht.

Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia

Author: Douglas Pollock McCloud
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1543943497
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"In 1968, twenty-five-year-old Douglas Pollock McCloud began experiencing acute feelings of fear and nausea and a pounding heart. He felt as if he were about to lose his mind or die. McCloud was suffering from untreated panic disorder with agoraphobia (PDA)—a disorder so poorly understood in the United States that no formal diagnostic criteria or treatment existed yet. What little he was able to learn came from European and Australian sources. Only in 1980 would the DSM-3 list his symptoms as a diagnosable condition. The next fifty years would see great strides made in identifying and treating PDA. Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia offers a fascinating examination of the medical history behind PDA diagnoses, supported by elements of McCloud's own search for answers about his condition.

The Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine N S

Author: Donna Olendorf
Publisher: Gale Cengage
ISBN: 9780787618728
Format: PDF
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Contains articles that provide medical information about a wide variety of common diseases, disorders, tests, and treatments; arranged alphabetically from N-to-S; and includes cross-references, definitions of terms, and lists of resources.