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Anxiety and Panic: How to Reshape Your Anxious Mind and Brain
The Flag Series, Book 1
Dr Harry Barry
Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 49 Min.
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A practical guide to understanding, managing and overcoming anxiety and panic attacks by best-selling author and GP Harry Barry. Do you or does someone you love suffer from general anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, a phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder? Or are you a health-care worker treating people with these disorders? Then this audiobook is for you.
The brand-new audiobook from international best-selling author Dr Harry Barry. There are many challenges facing our mental health. We are living in the middle of an anxiety epidemic, depression is the one of the most significant mental health issues of our time, self-harm is endemic amongst schoolchildren and technology and social media are insidiously and pervasively invading our lives, leading to toxic stress.
When we experience trauma, loss or grief the pain can feel as if it will last forever. We begin to wonder if our old selves - the ones who felt hope and happiness and joy - are lost to us. And our emotions can lead us into damaging behaviours that compound our problems. Dr Harry Barry acknowledges there is no magic wand that will take our pain away completely, but he uses his clinical experience, combined with cognitive behavioural therapy, to show that emotional healing is always possible.
A practical four step-programme to help you understand and cope with depression. As many as one in four British people has depression at any one time, and despite being so prevalent in our lives and communities, there is still lingering reluctance to talk about depression and its effects. In Depression: A Practical Guide, Dr Barry is determined to break the silence and provide practical advice to those suffering from depression as well as their families and friends.
In an age where self-esteem is seen as essential to mental health, we are seeing unprecedented rises in mental health difficulties from depression anxiety, eating disorders and many others. Is there not a dichotomy at play here? Is self-esteem (i.e., 'I live for my rating') a reality at all or simply a myth we are all buying into? In this audiobook best-selling author Harry Barry challenges the conventional wisdom and explores why the terms self-acceptance, self-respect and self-actualisation are more helpful in developing positive mental health.