Many Professional Reviews of A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear

Please read the following in-depth book reviews and consider how my book can help you or someone you know. My book was read, reviewed, and approved by various mental health professionals before it was published, and many counselors use this book with their clients. You can also get a preview of what in this important book by checking out my articles, my blog, or get some quick advice.

Rick Ritter

This Book Is a Basic Tool!” As a trauma therapist of over 34 years, too many tools only address segments of the person and the results are less than maximal. Since it is written for the lay person it is especially useful for people attempting to sort out if they need therapy or not. The book takes the reader through several basic tasks that are very doable. Finally, the spiritual aspects of the person are not ignored. Since we are all made up of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual parts, they all need to be addressed if we are to be successful in life

Dave Jenkins

“Great Basic Reminders!” “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear” is a fast and easy read that provides common scenarios that most readers will relate with. Stan Popovich offers a very practical guide for dealing with fear. He gives readers what they need in order to grab a hold of themselves and overcome their debilitating fears. His layman’s approach avoids all the technical jargon. “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear” will make a good pocket-guide to add to any library.

Debbie Shisler

“Beneficial Techniques and Truths!” As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have counseled many people who have struggled in a way that Stanley Popovich discusses in his book. I am thrilled to see a book that not only contains practical techniques to deal with anxiety, but also point to truths about God and His promises to help us. Stanley Popovich never leaves one thinking they have to cope with anxiety alone. He makes it clear that additional help is beneficial.

Dave Shields

“Good Solutions for Your Anxiety!” Stanley’s book offers a bouquet of solutions and suggestions on handling fear and anxiety. He has just the right mix of facts and faith. This unique approach will appeal to anyone struggling with anxiety.

April Robinson

“Clear Approaches Presented in Dealing with Fear!” I found this book well organized and easy to read which is an important feature in this busy world in which we live. The presentation of managing fear using psychological techniques and faith was refreshing. In addition, the resources, scriptures, and note pages were thoughtful additions for readers. Nicely done.

Brandon Jacobs

‘A Good Resource!” As a trained mental health professional, I believe Mr. Popovich has managed to write an accessible piece of work that is rooted in effective foundational methods that have shown to be effective in dealing with fear. The book is concise, clear, and the content is easy to integrate. I would recommend this book to any non-mental health professional who wants to chance their experience with fear.