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This Book Will Make You Calm

This book will make you calm

Everyone has experienced times when they’ve felt that anxiety is eating them up and they’re losing control. However, no matter how stressed you feel, you can learn how to overcome negative cycles in your mood and behaviour.

Drawing on the latest proven CBT research, Dr Jessamy Hibberd and Jo Usmar teach practical techniques that will enable you to deal with whatever life throws at you. From reducing worry to managing anxiety and learning relaxation strategies, the tips in this compact and friendly book will lead to a calmer and happier life.

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The ‘This Book Will…’ series published by Quercus aims to make psychology accessible and easy to understand. Based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) they’re practical, straight-forward and packed full of strategies that are proven to work.

Each book provides clear and simple ways to overcome problems leading to immediate results (as well as long-term change). Helping you to feel your best and manage any difficulties you might be facing.

The series is now published in ten languages and launched in the US.

Introduction
If you look up the word ‘calm’ in a dictionary, chances are you’ll stumble across a phrase like ‘the calm before the storm’ or something else equally sea shanty-ish. This common analogy is a great way of describing not just what happens in nature, but also in our heads. Humans are built to experience both calm and stormy feelings, sliding back and forth across the emotional spectrum from despair to euphoria. Unfortunately our response to environmental, societal and psychological pressure is often to feel stressed, worried or anxious and we can end up becoming trapped in a whirlwind of tension. If someone feels this way regularly – or constantly – it can be hugely damaging to their health, both physically and mentally. If you’re feeling panicky and anxious all the time, we’d put good money (hypothetically – we don’t want to give you something else to worry about) on the fact that your physical health is suffering, your thoughts are mainly negative and you’re behaving in a way that’s often out of character.

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