Scared Silly: Taking on Your Fears, Worries, and What-ifs

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Standard Publishing, 2007 - Religion - 255 pages
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Worried about something? You don’t have to stay that way. Scared Silly goes after the nasties of anxiety, hopelessness, and constant chocolate cravings with tips and tricks, pithy sayings, and Spirit-given insight—all punctuated with laugh-out-loud humor. Questions for personal reflection or group discussion included.

  

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The best book I've ever read about fear and worry. Easy and enjoyable and very funny. Read full review

Contents

iNTRODUCTiONiT WAS AN ACCIDENT
11
BE AFRAID BE VERY AFRAID
19
FEARS BEST FRiENDS
37
BOO DiDi SCARE YOU?
61
BELIEVING THE ENEMYS LIES
81
AN ISSUE OF TRUST
107
THE PRICE OF NONTRUST
125
BEATiNB iT SPIRITUALLY
141
BEATING iT EMOTIONALLY
169
BEATiNB iT PHYSICALLY
193
STAYING OUT OF THE WHATiFS
217
EPiLOGUEMY NAME iS MARCY AND iM A
235
RESOURCES
247
NOTES
252
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About the author (2007)

Marcy Bryan works hard not to take herself too seriously. Even so, she plays a number of no-nonsense roles: international radio personality, home-school teacher, wife, and research writer. Scared Silly was inspired by a twenty-year battle with the anxiety that's added another role to Marcy's life: stress survivor. Author of I Want to Teach My Child About Values, Marcy lives with her husband and their daughter, Meghan, in Louisville, Kentucky.

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