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The End of Worry : Why We Worry and How to Stop
by Will Van Der Hart and Rob Waller


Overview - Easy to understand and practical, a psychiatrist and an Anglican vicar show us how to diffuse worry by offering practical solutions and long-term hope.
Do you find yourself worrying and unable to stop?
Does worry consume your days and keep you up at night?
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Overview
Easy to understand and practical, a psychiatrist and an Anglican vicar show us how to diffuse worry by offering practical solutions and long-term hope.
Do you find yourself worrying and unable to stop?
Does worry consume your days and keep you up at night?
Do you know that worry doesn t help, but you keep worrying anyway?
If you are holding this book, it s likely that you or someone you know has a problem with worry. Within these pages, you will find an understanding of what worry is, why we worry, and how to worry less. This easy-to-read mix of cutting-edge psychology, biblical teaching, personal experience, plentiful anecdotes, and practical exercises will help anxious readers overcome the troubling problem of worry and find new joy in every day."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781451682809
  • ISBN-10: 1451682808
  • Publisher: Howard Books
  • Publish Date: February 2013
  • Page Count: 222


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Books > Psychology > Emotions
Books > Religion > Christian Life - Personal Growth
Books > Self-Help > Personal Growth - Happiness

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-01-07
  • Reviewer: Staff

Worry is an inevitable part of being a person and having responsibilities, but for some it can be paralyzing, an impediment to living one’s life. It’s those afflicted by that more pernicious form of anxiety that Anglican vicar Van Der Hart and psychiatrist Waller seek to help with this book. After exploring various causes of worry (and its pernicious tendency to beget more of same), the authors explain how to deal with uncertainty and crises of faith, how worrying can detrimentally affect one’s health, and how to better cope when worry arises. Rather than preach from case studies, the authors share their own experiences with worry and how they’ve dealt with it. Given Van Der Hart and Waller’s different backgrounds, there’s plenty of information that will appeal to Christians and nonbelievers alike, including a compendium of “Prayers and Contemplations for Times of Anxiety,” an appendix of relevant secular and religious texts, and a glossary of useful terms. Numerous practical exercises throughout the book help to reinforce their message. (Feb. 5)

 
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