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Publication Date: 22 Oct 2015
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Author: Frank Tallis
ISBN-13: 9781847093646, 9781847093653

The Sheldon Short Guide to Worry and Anxiety

By Frank Tallis
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Summary
Worry is a useful biological response to adverse circumstances, which can sometimes get out of hand. While the anxiety response primes us for action, too much becomes counterproductive. This easy-to-read manual explains how to understand and control your worry, and make the brain's warning system work for you. Topics include:

· Defining worry and its mechanism
· Preparing to solve your problems - skills to practise
· How to solve your problems
· Brainstorming and making decisions
· Coping with setbacks
· When the worry won't stop
· Coping successfully with unavoidable problems
About the Author
Dr Frank Tallis is a best-selling fiction author and clinical psychologist. He has held posts at the Institute of Psychiatry and King's College, London. His two books for Sheldon – How to Stop Worrying, and Understanding Obsessions and Compulsions - are both on the nationwide Books on Prescription recommended list.