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The anxiety book / Elisa Black.

By: Black, Elisa [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, NSW : Hachette Australia, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 312 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780733639630; 0733639631.Subject(s): Anxiety -- Prevention | Anxiety disorders -- Treatment | Anxiety sensitivity -- Treatment | Self-help techniquesSummary: Over one-tenth of Australians suffer from an anxiety-related condition. Elisa Black is one of them - and her story could make life better for those millions of other people just like her.
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Non Fiction 152.46 (Browse shelf) Checked out 03/03/2020 I2174614
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<p>Since journalist Elisa Black wrote an article about her lifelong struggle with anxiety in March 2015, it has been read by hundreds of thousands of people. Clearly, what Elisa had to say found a readership far bigger than she could have expected - and with millions of Australians suffering from anxiety, it's little wonder.</p> <p>There is far more to Elisa's story, though, than one article can cover. In this book, weaving memoir with science, Elisa uses the stages of her own life to relate to stages in everyone's lives and the types of anxiety that may be experienced during each phase. She includes the latest in research and other scientific information about anxiety, its causes and treatment.</p> <p>Elisa's story will inspire fellow anxiety sufferers to believe that there is a way to manage their condition and live more freely. From her own experience she also offers hope that anxiety does not have to dominate a life, or even dent it - it can be managed and conquered.</p>

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Over one-tenth of Australians suffer from an anxiety-related condition. Elisa Black is one of them - and her story could make life better for those millions of other people just like her.

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