Are you beset by anxiety? If so, you're not alone. Today, millions of people suffer from this mental affliction. In Why Worry?, author George Lincoln Walton gets to the bottom of this problem, discovering the root causes that often underlie chronic anxiety and offering readers plenty of practical tips to help ensure that you can say goodbye to the anxiety trap for good.
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XI The Worrier at Home
XII The Worrier on His Travels
XIII The Worrier at the Table
XIV The Fear of Becoming Insane
XVI Maxims Misapplied
XVII The Fad
XVIII Home Treatment
X Occupation Neurosis
XIX Home Treatment Continued
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