Overcoming Arachnophobia

Overcoming Arachnophobia

by Dawn Publishing
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Overcoming Arachnophobia by Dawn Publishing

Dear Friend,

Do you cringe or run in fear when you see a spider? You’re not alone! So many people (both women and men) have an overwhelming fear of those agile little eight-legged creatures.

If you'd like to learn to overcome your spider phobia as quickly and easily as possible, then this might be the most important letter you'll ever read.

Millions of people suffer from the fear of spiders. If you are one of them,

Help Has Arrived!

Phobias are very real for many, many people. They are seemingly unexplainable, irrational fears that can put a person in the grip of terror – sometimes for years!

There are times when that fear takes over and dominates a person’s life – almost to the point of not functioning. It’s time to take control of your phobia and get help NOW, before it gets completely out of control...

You Don’t Have To Be Afraid Anymore!

We have done extensive research on phobias and fears, why we might have them and what you can do to get rid of those fears. For people with phobias, their fear is very real and can be debilitating. It’s time for all that to stop.

Fear of spiders is unbelievably prevalent. Over half of women have this phobia and about 10 percent of men. That’s staggering when you think about it! The good news is that there are many, many ways you can learn how to overcome your fear of spiders and we’re going to show you how...

You could search for hours to find everything that we’ve put into this book. But now you don't have to because we’ve done all the work for you; all you have to do is use the strategies within to overcome your fear of arachnophobia. History shows that these methods work - all you have to do is start right now!

Don’t waste anymore time running from your fears – face them and heal yourself. When you are afraid, there are many things your body does. It increases your heart rate, makes it difficult for you to breathe and contributes to excessive stress and anxiety.

When we are overcome with stress and anxiety, not only does our mood become affected, but our health can too. There’s no reason why you have to be held hostage by your fears.

Break Free From The Chains!

With a combination of the methods we’ve outlined as well as the relaxation techniques, you’ll become more confident with yourself and won’t be afraid any longer!

Science says that phobias often originate in childhood and can persist throughout adulthood. The feelings that accompany being faced with the cause of your phobia can cause debilitating fear and panic. There are many, many ways that you can choose to face that panic, but the important part is that you DO face it!

Facts about Spiders:

1. Most spider venom isn't harmful to people only to their food sources. The tarantula, while intimidating, is NOT poisonous!
2. Spider webs are made from silk that the spider produces from proteins it ingests.
3. Spiders can be very useful in your garden because they eat harmful pests that can threaten your flowers and vegetables!
4. Many cultures believe that the spider is a sign of impending good luck.
5. Statistics prove that you are more likely to die from a champagne cork than from a spider bite!
There is so much we can learn from spiders. They are beneficial to the environment and an important part of the life cycle in the animal world! But for the person with arachnophobia, it’s hard for them to see the good in these creatures.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014331388
Publisher: Dawn Publishing
Publication date: 06/16/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 764 KB

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