Book Reviews of The Worrywart's Companion: Twenty-One Ways to Soothe Yourself and Worry Smart

The Worrywart's Companion: Twenty-One Ways to Soothe Yourself and Worry Smart
The Worrywart's Companion Twenty-One Ways to Soothe Yourself and Worry Smart
Author: Beverly Potter
ISBN-13: 9781885171153
ISBN-10: 1885171153
Publication Date: 4/1997
Pages: 184
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Wildcat Canyon Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Back cover: Do you lie awake at night mulling over things that could happen? Do you automatically expect the worst? Have you worried obsessively about things only to have everything turn out okay? For millions of people who lie awake at night worrying, The Worrywart's Companion offers peace of mind and a good night's sleep!
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If you are a worrier this book is a must read. Good insights.
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This is a very attractive and accessible book for those who fret too much. If worry robs you of life's joy, if you lose sleep worrying, or if you just have a tendency to stew over things, this book will guide you to a more peaceful relationship with your worrying ways. Nicely put together and comforting.
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Midwest Book Review
Brimming with practical ideas and "things to do", The Worrywart's Companion includes 21 simple things anyone can do when they feel a worry coming on. Instead of fretting and worrying, following these simple precepts shows can soothe the mind and calm the spirit so that we can think more clearly, deal with the worry at hand, and then let it go. Positive, easy to understand, and fun to read, The Worrywart's Companion explores the roots of worry and explains that worry is a behavior that is learned. The good news is that it can also be unlearned. The Worrywart's Companion is an ideal addition to any self-help, self-improvement reading list or library collection.