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Hack Your Anxiety: How to Make Anxiety Work for You in Life, Love, and All That You Do

What if anxiety is not a monster to be tamed, but a resource to be tapped?In this revolutionary book, Dr. Alicia Clark recognizes anxiety as the unsung hero in the path to success and happiness. It can become the motivating force that will lead to a better you, and The Anxiety Advantage aims to restore anxiety to its rightful place as a positive resource.Weaving together modern neuroscience, case studies, interviews, and personal anecdotes, The Anxiety Advantage demonstrates how anxiety can be reclaimed as a powerful energy source, bringing you growth, success, and peace....

Title : Hack Your Anxiety: How to Make Anxiety Work for You in Life, Love, and All That You Do
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ISBN : 9781492664130
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 464 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hack Your Anxiety: How to Make Anxiety Work for You in Life, Love, and All That You Do Reviews

  • Philip Winston

    Excellent message

    The book advocates listening to your anxiety instead of fleeing from it, figuring out what action it is prodding you to take, and taking that step, even when it’s difficult.

  • Annah

    Good for those with anxiety and have been attending talk therapy with little to good results. Most of the book is spent rethinking anxiety and its role in your life—and is very good for this reason. I think it would be beneficial to those interested in cognitive behavioral therapy or who have never heard of it. There aren’t many exercises, which would’ve been nice as a way of learning ‘hacking anxiety.’

  • Rachel Simson

    I have moderate general anxiety. It’s untreated and unmedicated but it’s there and it’s real. I have been suffering from symptoms of Anxiety since I was around 16 but I’ve always been a worrier. It was only when I started 6th-Form that things got really bad though, to the point that I suffered from a panic attack in a local theatre and was afraid to make new friends or go to new places.

    My anxiety was bad until my second year of university. I never visited a doctor because I didn’t even realise t
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