Review: Overcoming Anxiety Disorders: Practical Strategies To Get Rid Of Anxiety, Fears, And Phobias
I love each book I read by Gustavo Fonte, and this one is no different.
This book is filled with tips and tricks on how to lower anxiety, ones I will definitely keep in mind for future reference. I also really like it it delves into the spiritual aspect as well, something I feel is often overlooked when this subject is discussed, as well as how powerful your mind can be. It doesn't have to be a prison, and this is a wonderful tool to break you out.
If you're wanting to understand how to manage, control, or eventually wipe anxiety off the map, look no further. I recommend this book for anyone who's looking to wrangle their mind, body, and emotions and take back control over their lives.
As always, I appreciate how gentle and kind Dr. Fonte's books are. They don't judge you for what you're going through, and they are kind with their words and tips.
Are you fearful, worried, or nervous all of the time? Do you have difficulties sleeping, or are you weary and anxious all of the time? Do you ever wonder why you can’t seem to stop worrying and being afraid? Do you wish you could get over these obstacles and start living the life you desire?
Anxiety is frequently identified as a result of these feelings and emotions. Worry and dread are natural reactions of the brain in response to a variety of events that cause an imbalance or a problem in our everyday routine. Everyone has moments in their lives when they feel as if the world is about to come crashing down around them. It’s difficult to put into words the sensations of tension, helplessness, and fear that run rampant through our heads during these times. We believe we would be overjoyed if we could just vanish and reappear when unpleasant moments in our lives passed.
While this is a perfectly normal reaction to stressful situations, there are times when these feelings and ideas become so regular that they begin to dominate our lives. When something happens, you’ve crossed the boundary from normal to abnormal. If your dread has become so pervasive and debilitating that you are unable to perform even the most basic physical activities, you have a much more serious problem that must be addressed. This ailment, known as anxiety disorder, affects a large number of people. It’s possible to have an anxiety disorder if our reactions to certain events are much bigger than the reactions of other people to the same things.