“A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear” has over 100 techniques you can use which increases your chances of finding the answers to your problems.
What’s Inside Stan’s Book?
- Managing Your Persistent Fears And Anxieties
- Managing Your Fearful And Obsessive Thoughts
- Managing Your Fears With The Help Of God
- Managing Your Every Day Stresses And Anxieties
- Alcohol And Substance Abuse Will Not Take Away Your Fears
- When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear And Anxiety
- A Review Of Techniques In Managing Your Depression
- Managing The Fear Of Loneliness
- Facing The Fear And Anxiety Of The Unknown
- How To Convince An Addict To Get Help
- How To Find A Good Mental Health Counselor
- Ending Your Life Is Not The Answer To Your Situation
- When Your Friends Do Not Understand Your Mental Health Condition
- The Importance Of Getting Help For Your Fears And Anxieties
Why You Should Read Stan’s Book
- The book contains over 100 techniques. You will find something useful.
- Techniques are backed up with real life examples.
- Read the book reviews from other anxiety sufferers like you.
- This book has been reviewed and approved by many counselors.
- Many counselors use this book to help their clients.
- It is only 65 pages long. A great time saver for your busy schedule.
- Stan can relate to his readers with his 20 years of experience.
- This book can give you immediate relief from your problems.
- This book will save you money in expensive counseling.
A Few Customer Recommendations
This book is a quick and handy guide for getting control over fear. The concepts are easy to understand and the writing flows well. You will learn: 1) How to write out a list that will help you put your fears into perspective and expose faulty belief systems. 2 ) How to embrace faith to overcome the strangle hold of fear. 3) How to use cognitive therapy to debunk fearful thinking. 4) How to begin to trust the 1% that will help you consider more possibilities rather than problems. – Cassandra
I wasn’t expecting this easy-read layman’s guide to be as good as it is. Stan Popovich has written a great little self guide that has a little something for anyone trying to face and manage their fears. – Liz Zemke
The book is clear and logically structured, plus free of hard to understand psychological jargon. The flow is nice and the book can be easily read in a single sitting. Overall a nice book. – Linda Plush