Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On: Twenty Lessons for Managing Worry, Anxiety, and Fear

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New Harbinger Publications, Sep 1, 2010 - Self-Help - 144 pages
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First featured on a British poster produced during World War II, "Keep calm and carry on" has become the mantra of millions—but exactly how to keep calm remains a difficult question for most of us.

The next time you are stressed by pressures at work, overwhelmed by life's challenges, or panicked by problems that seem unsolvable, reach for this book. In Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On, you'll find twenty short yet powerful lessons and anxiety-reducing techniques that will help you move past stressful moments with grace. Each lesson is so simple to learn and practice, you'll find that this pocket guide is all you really need whenever you need a little help keeping calm.

 

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free at last from worry...

User Review  - Anonymous - Target

I read this book several times. It is only 120 pages long, but the twenty lessons are like having my own personal life coach. I keep it in my purse and have made notes to self. It is easy to ... Read full review

life changing, I'm so much happier

User Review  - marsha - Borders

So easy to read and yet so helpful. I used to worry all the time. This book helped me so much. I learned how to let go of worrying thoughts that got me nowhere. Now I "bring it on" like Dr. Reinecke says, to address what I can control and let go of what I can't. What a better day! Read full review

Contents

Lesson 1
5
Lesson 2
10
Lesson 3
15
Lesson 4
19
Lesson 5
24
Lesson 6
29
Lesson 7
36
Lesson 8
41
Lesson 12
61
Lesson 13
66
Lesson 14
73
Lesson 15
81
Lesson 16
89
Lesson 17
96
Lesson 18
103
Lesson 19
110

Lesson 9
46
Lesson 10
51
Lesson 11
56
Lesson 20
114
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Mark A. Reinecke, PhD,, is professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and chief of the division of psychology at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. He is a distinguished fellow and past president of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, a diplomat of the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science. He lives in Chicago, IL.

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