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Let go of the past, take control of your future and find peace.

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Twelve ways to change your thinking

Brains love to make sense of things, to figure out and understand the reasons behind things and to attach meaning to events. However, when your thoughts become stuck in an overwhelmingly negative cycle, you might struggle to get free.

Helps with: anxiety, depression

Your brain on anxiety

In this book, I explain cognitive behaviour therapy in detail, talk about why it’s so effective, and outline techniques and practical exercises that will set you on the path to an anxiety-free life.

Helps with: anxiety, depression, ruminatio

The coaching with Dr Sharyn was very effective for me. The consulting process is very professional and on the basis on a positive personal relationship.

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Do I Have an Anxiety Disorder?

The things we worry about are important, uncertain, or unpleasant. If you find yourself worrying about things that are trivial, almost certain, or pleasant, you’ll want to take note.

Calm Your Anxiety with this Powerful Technique (but You NEED to Get it Right)

How do you cope when you feel out-of-this-world, anxious, and jumpy? How do you cope when there are people everywhere and you’re emotionally stretched and ready to snap? You don’t need to be delving deep into your feelings. At that moment, you need something powerful that works in an instant. I’ll bet that you’ve tried a breathing exercise. If it didn’t work for you, read this.

Is My Anxiety Real?

Your anxiety is very real. Everything you feel is real. Everything that affects your thoughts and behavior is real. If it has a real effect on your life, how could it not be real? Some people feel like they shouldn’t experience anxiety. That’s nonsense. Everyone experiences anxiety to some degree. For some, it’s an apprehensive feeling when they go to the dentist or have an important meeting. For others, it’s much more severe. Either way, it’s real, and while it can be a real problem. It doesn’t mean you’re broken and it doesn’t mean you’re stuck.

I understood a bit about CBT and my expectation was to learn to apply this to my own problems. Yes, my expectations were met and actually exceeded!

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