Facing Fear, Finding Courage: Your Path to Peace of Mind

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Conari Press, 1996 - Self-Help - 167 pages
In this self-help resource, the authors show how becoming "fear-conscious" allows readers to "experience real joy while facing and feeling" fear. By practicing the simple three-part method outlined in this book, readers can more easily learn to understand and deal effectively with their fears. Workshops and bookstore events.

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SARAH QUIGLEY is a writer, poet and reviewer. She has a D.Phil. in literature from the University of Oxford, and her work has been widely published in New Zealand, the U.K., the U.S. and Germany. The winner of several high-profile awards for her fiction, Sarah Quigley was the inaugural recipient of the Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers' Residency. She now lives in Berlin.


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