Help for Anxiety, Phobias, OCD and Depression

Calm Anxiety: Taking Back Control

Why am I more anxious than my friends, my family, my colleagues?

What is wrong with me?

The speeding heart and rapid breathing, the sweating, trembling, feeling 'on-edge' and that sense of impending danger are all extremely powerful.

They descend upon us without warning and we cannot seem to stop them. These thoughts, feelings and behaviours, over which we have virtually no control, affect us deeply.

Such powerful feelings and so little control – it's no wonder that anxiety can be seen as an awful problem, a terrible weakness, something that has to be eradicated from our lives at all cost.

Yet anxiety is a vital part of being human. Indeed, every living organism on the planet has its own form of anxiety, its very own built-in self-protection instinct.

Essentially to help us survive, to keep us alive, it sits quietly in the background waiting to spring into action when needed in times of danger.

So why do I get so anxious when there is no danger?

Why do I have more anxiety than others?

What can I do about it?


When the answer to these questions involves labels such as 'disorder' and 'mental illness' and provides treatments that offer no real control, it's easy to fall into a self-defeating belief system about anxiety – one that shapes not only the problem but also our entire life.

But it doesn't have to be like this.

We shouldn't be pushed into a life of medication and mental illness because this modern world has made us so anxious...

Learn the truth about anxiety today and how to stop it.

Calm Anxiety:
Taking Back Control

Calm Anxiety

ISBN: 978-0-9558136-8-9
Publisher: Help-For
Author: Terry Dixon
Pages: 160

Kindle*: £4.80    Paperback: £7.62

Kindle Release Date: 12th APRIL
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Paperback Release Date: 19th APRIL

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"Anxiety is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained."

... Robert Albert Bloch



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