What if the way we're thinking about anxiety is off base? What if there's something about anxiety that can be used for you instead of against you?
In this revolutionary new book, Dr. Alicia H. Clark recognizes anxiety as an unsung hero in the path to success and well-being. Anxiety is a powerful motivating force that can be harnessed to create a better you, if you've got the right tools. Hack Your Anxiety provides a road map to approach anxiety in a new —and empowering — light.
Weaving together modern neuroscience, case studies, interviews, and personal anecdotes, Hack Your Anxiety demonstrates how anxiety can be reclaimed as a potent force for living our best lives.
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Hack Your Anxiety: How to Make Anxiety Work for You in Life, Love and All that You Do by Dr. Alicia H. Clark offers a new way to consider anxiety. Dr. Clark deftly explains how anxiety works in the brain and body illustrating different levels of anxiety through client stories. Then she points out that if someone experiencing anxiety listens to what their anxiety is telling them they can put the nervous energy towards creating a solution rather than allowing the anxious feelings to fester. This way of looking at anxiety gives control back to the person which empowers them to move on. As a professional organizer many of my clients come to me because the disorganization in their homes or lives is making them anxious. I’ll be including Dr. Clark’s book in my list of resources for my clients. It’s fabulous!
I really enjoyed reading HACK YOUR ANXIETY! The author does a great job at keeping you interested and It’s very informative. Whether you have anxiety or not, I believe you will love this book. It explains a lot of different views with science backing it up. Very well written!!!! Happy Reading!!! :)
Hack Your Anxiety is a seminal book written for all ages and various levels of anxiety. After all, in today’s busy, pressure-filled world it is easy to feel stressed at times, regardless of your stage in life. Whether your anxiety is situational or long term, you will find constructive, practical and valuable advice within these pages. What sets this book apart from other books is the author’s approach. Alicia H. Clark adeptly points out that anxiety can and does work for us. It is a signal, alerting us what to pay attention to. As an individual with a master’s degree in psychology, I couldn’t agree more. If you are looking for a deeper understanding of anxiety and its purpose as well as best practices for managing it positively, look no further than this book.