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101 Ways to Conquer Teen Anxiety
Simple Tips, Techniques and Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety, Worry and Panic Attacks
Nationwide surveys report that today’s teens feel significantly more stressed than any other generation. Whether they face problems with school, friends, parents, or all of the above, teens will find a wide variety of easy, stress-coping methods in 101 Ways to Conquer Teen Anxiety. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy, the most widely used and popular anxiety therapy among clinicians, this workbook helps teens simultaneously accept the existence of their negative emotions and choose to respond in healthy ways. From mindfulness meditation and the repetition of positive mantras to diaphragmatic breathing and nature walks, the activities in this book both calm the body and keep thoughts from spiraling. The authors also provide clear and concise explanations of the causes, symptoms, and types of anxiety so that readers can stop attacks before they even begin. Teens cannot control what they think or feel, but they can control how they behave. Now, by actively following these tips they can achieve peace.
101 Ways to Conquer Teen Anxiety is designed to placate agonizing anxiety by chronicling the related comical manifestations, and then enveloping you in a cozy smattering of real-world techniques that work. And, it does all this without drugs or booze, so you can savor the healing properties at school or while operating heavy machinery – like a lathe. I don’t know what a lathe is. But, I’d like to say I could operate one with anxiety. Or, in general.
It’s a funny and significant resource for any teen experiencing anxiety, and currently available online and at retail booksellers everywhere.
By way of background, I invested in and began the State of Anxiety anxiety and breakup advice website as an unconventional means of helping others who struggle with anxiety; especially after a breakup or divorce (aka, all of us at one time or another) – especially those with anxiety, or for whom anxiety becomes an acute side affect of a breakup. And, with a specific focus on men seeking breakup advice. As someone with a penis, I can say with a degree of authority that men have never been mentally/emotionally equipped to effectively deal with (1) A relationship, or (2) The end of one.
The State of Anxiety site started as an essay about my own worst breakup. In the absence of any relatable breakup advice available anywhere, the essay turned into the single best source of breakup advice to myself and friends. It was so effective that I posted it online to let others know that their maniacal breakup behaviors were justifiably sane. Based on a steady stream of website posts and emails from sufferers seeking breakup advice worldwide that soon followed, it did not take long to realize the overwhelming need to provide more. More advice. More humor. And, more help related to the visceral pain associated with a breakup or divorce from men. For men, women, gays, and straights alike, being on the receiving end of a breakup affects everyone equally. Even the ridiculously good-looking.
Dr. Tom McDonagh – a proven clinical expert in both breakup advice and anxiety at the San Francisco Stress & Anxiety Center – joined the team in mid 2014. With Tom’s proven expertise specifically related to breakups and anxiety (and, how the two go together) – and, my unrivaled ability to self-implode following a breakup, while providing savory perspective – we are on the cusp of releasing the most unique book available regarding breakup advice and how to recover fast. Intrigued?? You should be! We’ve broken the mold on breakup and divorce recovery. This is breakup advice using real-world experience coupled with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), with uncanny, relatable humor and anecdotal evidence that will have you in better shape after your breakup then before you met your ex.