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Worry, Stress and Anxiety, Explained

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by JanAtheCPA, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. JanAtheCPA

    JanAtheCPA Beloved Grand Eagle

  2. JamalKlein

    JamalKlein New Member

    It's so sad to see the overwhelming number of people these days who struggle with anxiety, even depression. Stress has become a major issue in most of the people's lives, it's like we can't catch a break anymore. And unfortunately, support isn't provided appropriately, not even in schools, where it's most important to cover these issues, especially with anxious people who are prone to develop more serious issues with the passing of time.
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  3. mugwump

    mugwump Well known member

    I know what you mean, Jamal. My sister has been diagnosed recently with depression, too... Sometimes, it helps if the patient wants to help themselves
  4. chriss spector

    chriss spector Newcomer

    Have you ever read Anderson's new book??

    This book helped me look at my own issues with more perspective and objectivity. I agree with the author and how there are a lot of self-help books that just tell that “you that you can do it” or “appreciate what you have” so on and so forth. Anyone could write those kinds of books that look all nice and pretty without anything that actually GIVES. But this book actually teaches you step by step what you need to do, especially how to relax your nerves and anxiety levels which was CRUCIAL for me. This is a must-read.

  5. JanAtheCPA

    JanAtheCPA Beloved Grand Eagle

    Who are you, @chriss spector? We don't know you. Probably because you joined yesterday. And you have two posts, both of them promoting, I assume, this book (your other post was edited so I can't tell for sure). Huh.

    I'll just point out that if you knew anything about what we do here, you would know that the very last thing that Dr. Sarno promoted is mindless positivism. Not what this work is about, not even close.

    Anyone else?

    BTW, anyone can "Report" questionable content. But for now, I'm interested to see what others think. Don't put too much time into it - it all might disappear.
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