Anxiety's Inner Voice
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 164 pages
DescriptionAnxiety's Inner Voice describes how each reader can, like the author, make the journey from panic to emotional self-acceptance. A book for women, written by a woman who has gone through the experience, this life-changing book offers more than self-help. It focuses on a gentle self-acceptance. While conventional treatments for anxiety rely on changing the way you think, this books core message is one of emotional healing. Instead of suppressing or pushing away their feelings, the reader will be shown that emotions are something that they can embrace and learn from in order to achieve lasting peace. More importantly, women will learn how to use their anxiety as an emotional compass to not only heal their particular anxieties, but to thrive in all areas of their lives. About the AuthorClo Nickel is currently pursuing a degree in Psychology and works part-time as a Microbiology Lab Analyst. She enjoys travelling and has just returned home from a trip to Thailand. She lives in beautiful British Colombia, Canada with her husband/soul mate and their two wonderful kids. Clo also enjoys the creative arts and has started a yoga-inspired jewelry line called Inner Voice Beads. She hopes both her book and her jewelry will help women remember the importance of listening to their own inner voice.
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