Hack Your Anxiety: Using the Surprising Power of Anxiety in Life, Love, and Work

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2018 - PSYCHOLOGY - 464 pages

What if the way you're thinking about anxiety is off base? What if there's something about anxiety that can be used for you instead of against you?

In this revolutionary book, Dr. Alicia H. Clark recognizes anxiety as an unsung hero in the path to success and well-being. Anxiety is a powerful motivating force that can be harnessed to create a better you, if you've got the right tools. Hack Your Anxiety provides a road map to approach anxiety in a new -- and empowering -- light so you can stop anxiety from stopping you.

In this book on anxiety, Clark will help you deal with:

  • Panic attacks
  • Anxiety in your relationship
  • Parenting and youth
  • Work, money and successSocial support
  • 10 myths and misconceptions
  • And more

Weaving together modern neuroscience, case studies, interviews, and personal anecdotes, Hack Your Anxiety demonstrates how anxiety can be reclaimed as a potent force for living our best lives.

Read with other anxiety books like Dare by Barry McDonagh, Hope and Help For Your Nerves by Claire Weekes, Managing Worry and Anxiety by Jean Holthaus, The Worry Trick by David A. Carbonell PhD, and Wired That Way by Marita Littauer.

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I was very interested to read this book as I do have anxiety (GAD) which sometimes involves panic attacks. I have basically had this since I was around 14ish and have spent years trying to deal with ... Read full review

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User Review  - SumisBooks - LibraryThing

This book goes into a new modern way to look at anxiety. It lists out the different things that we call anxiety and goes step-by-step through factors such as our cell phones, political life and city ... Read full review

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About the author (2018)

Alicia H. Clark is a licensed psychologist specializing in anxiety and relationships. Clark has served as adjunct clinical faculty at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and her work has been featured in hundreds of online, print and video publications worldwide. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and two children. For more information, see www.AliciaClarkPsyD.com

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