The Worry Cure: Stop worrying and start living Paperback – 7 Dec 2006
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The therapist will find this a valuable bibliotherapy tool when treating anxiety and depression. It is also an indispensable source of psychological knowledge on worry and its treatment for all mental health practitioners. It should be required reading for any student of psychotherapy. If I could choose only 10 clinical texts for my library, The Worry Cure would be one of them! (The Clinical Psychologist)
This book offers practical and powerful tools to reverse your worry and transform the quality of your life. (Anthony Robbins, author of Awaken The Giant Within AND Unlimited Power)
About the Author
Dr Robert Leahy is the president of the International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy. He lives in New York City.
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I liked the fact the book shows you ways of controlling the about of worry you have on a day-to-day basis and how to deal with it without feeling like your getting no way, it basically tells you the best ways of getting out of fits of worry and panic safely.
A very kind young lady bought the book for me because I used to be terrible for worrying about things, usually things which I didn't need to worry about; when I read the book I was worried that it wouldn't help me and I would be wasting my time reading it but when I got reading it, I couldn't put it down and I had to keep reading on to find out the next tip.
I tried out some of the exercises it suggested to do for people who worry a lot and it really helped to worry less about silly little things and in actual fact, it made me realise that it was actually okay to worry an di could control it.
I hope this helps!
It was written in an odd magazine sort of a style which I found hard to read.
I wouldn't recommend this book and have just given it away to a charity shop. Maybe someone will get something from it....but not me!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There were so many points made which were relevant to me. It now makes me rethink things.Published 3 months ago by Rachael
Bought this for my daughter after it was recommended by a friend, she said it scares her reading what she is thinking!Published 3 months ago by Russell Hayter
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