The worry trick : how your brain tricks you into expecting the worst and what you can do about it / by David Carbonell
By: Carbonell, David A.Publisher: Oakland, C.A. : New Harbinger Publications, 2016Description: 232 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781626253186.Subject(s): Stress | Behaviour | Personal development | PsychologyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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The worry trick -- It's all in my head - and I wish it would leave! -- Your dual relationship with worry -- Feeling afraid in the absence of danger - how odd it that? -- Putting out fires wit gasoline, and the rule of opposites -- The mad libs of anxiety - catch the worries before they catch you -- Thinking about thoughts -- Uncle argument and your relationship with worry -- AHA! Three steps for handling chronic worry -- Your daily worry workout -- The worry parasite -- Breaking the secrecy trap -- Specialized worries - sleep and illness -- Closing thoughts - there's something funny about worry...
Offers evidence-based therapies and techniques to help people break the cycle of anxiety and worry. Looks at why people can be afraid in the absence of danger and reveals how to observe such feelings with distance and clarity.