10 illustrations 312 Why do so many people suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous angst? Some twenty percent of us are afflicted with common Anxiety and Depressive disorders. That's not just nervous or scared or sad - that is painful dysfu
|Kahn, Jeffrey P.
| Anxiety Cure
Paperback 256 pages. Offering an eight-step practical programme for fast and long-lasting relief of anxiety disorders, this second edition has been thoroughly updated to include information on new medication, terrorism and global problems.
|DuPont Robert L., Spencer, Elizabeth DuPont, DuPont, Caroline M.
| Calming Your Anxious Mind
Paperback 232 pages. Dr. Brantley offers readers this fully revised and expanded second edition that includes two new chapters on acceptance practice during mindfulness meditation and feeling safe while facing fear, anxiety, and panic.
| Challenging Depression and Despair
illustrations 236 This book is offered as a lifeline to people at the bottom of the bottomless pit of depression. It will explain the research and the thinking behind the 'tough love' approach, much of which may be new to you because it flies i
Paperback , 197 x 130mm. 272 This text gives us a way of understanding our depression which matches our experience and which enables us to take charge of our life and change it. It is for depressed people, their family and friends, and for all p
93 Having suffered from major depression for much of her life, Stephanie Sorrell has learned to work with the disease rather than against it. Where so many mental-health books feature 'fighting and overcoming' depression, her experience and unde
| I Feel So Bad I Can't Go on
colour illustrations 40 These amazing little books are potential life-savers. Using simple text and bold design, each book meets the reader at a point of low mood or unhelpful thinking, and guides them through rational thought processes to a mor
| Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety.
Illustrations 264 Enough is enough! Many have struggled too long to control the symptoms of anxiety, only to find fear, shyness and worry creeping back into their lives the minute they let down their guard. The bottom line is that most efforts t
|Forsyth, John P., Eifert, Georg H.