How to Stop Worrying

How to Stop Worrying

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It is natural to worry; it is our body's built-in warning system, and it serves an important function. However, sometimes the worrying can get out of hand, and worry starts to disrupt your life, and your enjoyment of it.

This book is written to help anyone who finds themselves distressed and distracted by their fears, or anyone who is concerned that their worries may be getting out of hand. Not only will it give you practical steps to stop worrying - and advice on how to deal with setbacks - it will also help you to turn worry to your advantage, using it in a more positive way for better outcomes.

Armed with a systematic approach as outlined in this book, you will be able to use worry constructively, and come to see it as helpful rather than harmful.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 190 x 217 x 9mm | 132g
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1529329221
  • 9781529329223
  • 1,545,057

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"Fascinating" * Michelle Paver on "The Incurable Romantic" * "He uses whatever he thinks might help his patients, explaining and treating problems with the thinking of Freud, Jung, Bauer, Winnicott, and other psychoanalysts but also using modern psychology and behavioural techniques and referring regularly to neuroanatomy and neuroscience." * Richard Smith, The BMJ, on 'The Incurable Romantic' *
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About Frank Tallis

Dr Frank Tallis is an award-winning writer and clinical psychologist. He has held lecturing posts in clinical psychology and neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry and King's College London, and is one of the country's leading authorities on obsessional states. He is author of Understanding Obsessions and Compulsions (Sheldon Press), recommended on the Reading Well Books on Prescription scheme. He has written academic textbooks and over 30 academic papers in international journals, and psychology books for the general reader, including The Incurable Romantic (Little, Brown; 2018). He is the author of several bestselling novels which have featured to much acclaim in several national and international literary awards.
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