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Oct 18, 2019

In this episode,  I want to share specific analog paper-based apps known as books or workbooks that might help you with your anxiety symptoms or help you manage your condition.

Not all anxiety books and workbook are the same or are intended for everybody. Some are academic, some are low brow and some are task specific. 

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

Hard Core Self Help F'ck Anxiety by Robert Duff, PhD. is for people that don't want to read self help books. F-bomb will be dropped but there are touches of humor as well.

New Harbinger Press version of the Anxiety & Phobia Workbook. There are ePub and PDF versions of the book.

Stress Management Workbook: De-stress in 10 Minutes or Less by Ruth C. White, Phd, MPH, MSW, this one is more functional and there are specific things to work on as you travel through the workbook.

Soothe Your Nerves; The Black Woman’s Guide to Understanding Anxiety, Panic and Fear by Dr. Angela Neal-Barnett.

The Anxiety Workbook: A 7‑Week Plan to Overcome Anxiety, Stop Worrying, and End Panic by Arlin Cuncic and Seth J. Gillihan, Ph.D.  Ms. Cuncic also has a website for those of you that have social anxiety



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