Saturday, September 17, 2016

Self-Talk for a Calmer You: Learn how to use positive self-talk to control anxiety and live a happier, more relaxed life by Beverly D. Flaxington


I recently got to review Self-Talk for a Calmer You: Learn how to use positive self-talk to control anxiety and live a happier, more relaxed life by Beverly D. Flaxington. Every day, millions of people struggle with anxious thoughts and feelings of dread, but you don’t have to be one of them. With this book, you can change the way you approach your worries and finally break free from the type grip of anxiety. Filled with practical advice and positive self-talk scripts, this empowering guide provides a variety of strategies for dealing with uneasy thoughts in a constructive manner and moving past detrimental hang-ups. Complete with quick assessments that reveal anxiety triggers, this book will also show you how to create a self-talk plan that fits your needs. From the workplace to personal relationships, self-talk for a, you give you the tools and confidence to develop a healthier way of thinking, overcome stressful situations and reclaim your life.

My Opinion: I needed to read this book because I suffer from anxiety and I have a hard time sitting still so I am learning on what is triggering my anxiety and how to fix that. Found something interesting on learning to deal with effectively with conflict and it tells you step-by-step how to do it I also found something about working in difficult conditions and find my bliss. This is definitely a great read for anybody that needs to learn how to be more positive with self-talk and control anxiety so you can live a happier and more relaxed life.


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