Author: The School of Life
Condition: A new and unread book, however it has slight wear to edges and corners of the cover, and the barcode on the back of the book is slightly faded.
Far more than we tend to realise, we’re all in private deeply anxious. There is so much that worries us across our days and nights: whether our hopes will come true, whether others will like us, whether the people we care about will be OK, whether we can escape humiliation and grief…
Too often, we bottle up our anxieties or try to avoid looking at them directly. We are ashamed of how worried we are and end up feeling isolated and yet more worried. None of this is necessary. Anxiety is deeply normal and, like so much else that troubles our minds, it can be understood and brought under our control. We all deserve to wake up every day without a sense of foreboding.
This is a guide to anxiety: why we feel it, how we experience it when it strikes and what we can do when we come under its influence. Across a series of essays that look at the subject from a number of angles, the tone is helpful, compassionate and in the best sense practical.
We have suffered for too long under the rule of anxiety. Here at last is a pathway to a calmer, more compassionate and more light-hearted future.
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