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A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear Professional Book Reviews

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By: Stan Popovich

Here is a small sample of book reviews of Stan Popovich’s popular managing fear book “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear” located at www.managingfear.com.

“A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear is a great self-help book. I have been a Counselor for many years now and I use some of the same suggestions and tactics in my practice and you do not have to pay $55.00 or more an hour to hear them!” –Mark Myers

“Here’s what I like about Stanley Popovich’s book about fear: It’s to the point, it gives practical suggestions, and it has a sweet undertone. Stan gives examples of how people struggle with fear and what they can do. The book over all is very well written. As an addiction counselor for over 20 years, I’m always on the lookout for ways to help clients shift anxiety and addictive coping.” — Lynn Telford-Sahl

“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. If you are looking for some ideas to help you combat your fear, it will not take long for you to find them in this book. You don’t have to weed through a ton of ancillary information to get to the point. Refreshing!” –Karen

“Mr. Popovich’s book offers practical advice, lay person to lay person, about the power of fear and offers suggestions for overcoming them–or at least not allowing them to control one’s life. It is a practical guide that offers common sense advice that anyone can use, but offering affirmation to the fearful about the realities of fear. It provides a support to those who are fearful of their fears or fearful of admitting them.” –Tess Lynn

“One Powerful Book That Can Change Your Life!! Within this book are the answers that so many people so desperately need to hear. There is hope and freedom in the pages of this small life saver.” –Trisha Bleau

“Stan has hit the nail on the head with his recommendations of a three-tiered approach to dealing with fear. Very well put together and accessible to all ages.” — Gordon R. Estes, Jr.

“The book has cognitive therapy and Christianity woven together in a way that does not feel overwhelming or intrusive. Worth the read.” — Ron Jon

“Mr. Popovich has written about three distinct methods of dealing with fear. As a licensed counselor intern, I have incorporated many of the techniques mentioned in this book. Believers and non-believers alike could benefit from reading this book.” — Satchel Pierce Stillwell

“I like that Stan combines various methods and even tells us how we can combine the methods for a comprehensive list of suggestions.” — Anne Cuthbert

“I’m always looking for help for my clients that is written in terms that they can understand. This book does just that. Take it with you to your therapist & discuss it with them as basis for moving forward.”– Hilary MacKenzie

“As a therapist, I have found that clients like to have a simplified explanation, one without all the psycho-babble. This book provides just that.”— Don

“I have used Stan’s techniques with my clients.  I would recommend this book for counselors, individuals, pastors, or anyone in the helping profession.” — Bonnie Roberts

“Very easy to read with practical suggestions.  The clear and concise way it is written makes it a good book to which therapists can refer their patients.” –Brenda Dolan-Pascoe

“I am a Licensed Therapist who works with clients dealing with anxiety. This is a short, but strongly informational read that doesn’t contain a lot of the “fluff” that most books have just to fill pages. It provides real world applications and examples regarding anxiety and fear. I appreciate Stanley Popovich’s straight forward approach.” — Janet Gibson

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