Living With and Overcoming Anxiety
Forget for a moment the prevailing notion that you can only manage your anxiety through endless visits to your therapist’s office and daily cocktails of psychiatric medication — what if you could put yourself back in the equation?
What if you could learn to manage your fear better by changing your thoughts and beliefs about it? What if you could turn down the firehose of overwhelm you experience so often? You can.
More than 17% of Americans fill at least one psychiatric drug prescription each year. This would be just fine if medication were actually solving mental illness, but it seems that’s not the case. Medication is just one potential piece of the puzzle; we can’t keep discounting our ability to influence our own conditions.
Through the latest research, personal anecdotes, and a heavy dose of practicality, this book discusses that influence and teaches you:
-Where anxiety comes from and how to stop perpetuating it
-10 crucial steps for mitigating anxiety during stressful situations
-How to leverage fear into a vehicle for personal growth
-How to stop fighting yourself and start living again
Capitalism and Spaceship Earth with Brian Francis Culkin
Brian Francis Culkin is a writer, theorist, and film director. He has written extensively about topics ranging from contemporary urban gentrification to the history of boxing; the Presidency of Donald Trump to an analysis of 21st century capitalism; heroin addiction in modern American society to the culture of Boston, Massachusetts; the ideology of neoliberal globalization to Amazonian plant medicine; contemporary cinema to human sexuality.
His books include The Meaning of Trump, Postscript on Boxing, There is No Such Thing as Boston, Conversations on Gentrification, On Heroin, and his forthcoming novel — "Into the Jungle."
He has also written and directed three films, including the feature length documentary The Mission and the short film, Now, Passage.
He is a graduate of Skidmore College in New York where he was a standout student-athlete, graduating as the all time leading scorer in the history of the basketball program before briefly playing professionally in Europe.
His website is www.brianculkin.com
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upbeat w tom hayes and Rudy Guarino Back to the Sugar Shack
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