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By Stanley Popovich

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• Tips to quickly overcome fear. 
• Real advice from real experience.
• Valuable mental health advice.
• Guidance for stopping anxiety and becoming productive.
• Stories from someone who has been through fear and how they overcame it.

What You'll Get From The Book

A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear by Stanley Popovich has helped thousands of people overcome their mental health struggles. For years, Stan Popovich has been providing some of the most valuable advice found in the industry and now you can get it compiled in this easy to follow book to help you overcome your fear and anxiety.

This book is a quick and effective way to find over 100 different ways you can overcome your fear and anxieties. There is no need to continue suffering from the stress that comes with anxiety. This book will help guide you through the process of recovery and has helped save many people from having to spend a lot of money on expensive therapy. 

You can find Stan’s advice on TV and the radio as well as national publications and social media platforms. No matter what you suffer from, this book has something that will help you.

5/5
“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, and the power to be set free from the fear that holds so many captive. This is not your typical self-help book that spouts out ideas and suggestions on coping with the struggles in one’s life. Popovich has obviously spent countless hours researching the subject and making certain that the book reflects not only his own experiences, but also the experiences of others as well. Don’t miss out on this book!

Trisha Bleau

5/5
“Stan’s Book Packs A Powerful Punch!” A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, Stanley Popovich presents his guide to overcoming fear and anxiety in the form of a common sense booklet accessible to all ages. Stan explores three different approaches to managing fear: general counseling techniques, asking for God’s help, and using non-resistant methods, which, when combined, can serve as a powerful tool in fear management. A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear packs a powerful punch and is well worth the read!

L.C. Henderson

5/5
“Stan’s Book Offers Many Approaches To Overcoming Fear!” Stanley Popovich’s book, A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear, is a practical book for the person challenged with anxiety and fear. I thought it provided many examples of strategies for coping with what can be very debilitating. The facts that anxiety and fear are very complex and “one size doesn’t fit all” when addressing the challenges of anxiety are key. Many times, we need to try a number of approaches in order to get results. As a trained clinical social worker, I would suggest this book as an excellent means of educating oneself about anxiety and fear and developing a self-help plan for coping.

Mollie Conrad

5/5
“Stan’s Book Is Timely And Sound!” Fear is a timely subject in today’s anxiety-riddled world, and Stanley Popovich does an excellent job in delving into what fear is and its various forms. He then explains in detail three effective and powerful approaches in managing fear: general counseling techniques, reliance upon God, and non-resistant methods, which means accepting one’s fear but not dwelling upon it. Mr. Popovich goes one step further–he shows how to employ these three approaches together. I highly recommend this well-written and well-researched book to everyone seeking a down-to-earth, holistic approach to managing his or her own fears.

Diana Schramer

anxiety specialist

Stanley Popovich

About The Author

Stan graduated from Penn State and has over 20 years experience in dealing with fear and anxiety. He as an award-winning and respected contributor in the field of fear, anxiety, and depression.