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 is in this important book by checking out my articles, my blog, and some quick advice.

“Great E-Book for Information Regarding Anxiety!” This e-book is easy to read and understand. It has a great deal of practical information. As a professional counselor in private practice, I work with many clients struggling with anxiety and other mood disorders and would recommend this book as a place to start to address these issues.

Dawn Michael

“A How-To Book About Overcoming Fear!” This book by Stanley Popovich gives three different, but coinciding methods of overcoming fear, not just that which paralyzes us, but even the smaller fears that nags at the back of the mind. At the end there are several blank pages for notes and to try these ways to overcome fear. To use this book effectively, one should have a notebook (or the pages from the end of the book) and practice each method for overcoming their fears as it comes up in the book. I would recommend it and the references in it to work on any fears you may have, not just big ones, but even the little ones that can sometimes paralyze you. The Bible references are well thought out as is the rest of the book’s methods to overcome fear.

Patricia Merriam

“For Any Interest Level!” A Laymen’s Guide to Managing Fear is written in such a way that any person, with or without official training, can benefit from. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a doctoral candidate, I would recommend this book as a starting point to understanding and managing fear with a focus on faith and self-empowerment. The author has accurately depicted various techniques aimed at overcoming fear and presents them in a useable format. Not overly clinically written, this book is an easy read with relevant information. I mention that it is a starting point based on its simplicity in detail. Even the author emphasizes a need for readers to acknowledge when to seek professional help. Overall, a quick and easy read for any anyone interested in managing fear.

Adam Smithey