Panic Attacks Think Yourself Free: The Self-Help Book to Overcome Panic Attacks
One in three people will suffer a panic attack at some point in their lives. Anxiety disorders are common affecting 5 per cent of the population at any one time. Statistics have shown that the most effective form of treatment is talking therapy and self-help books. If you are a sufferer, with the help of this book, you will be on the right road to curing yourself. Come and take the journey with me, and we will go through the book together. You will learn new skills and new ways to think, feel, and behave, and with practice, patience, and determination, you will never need to suffer again!
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