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Anxiety: Change your life TODAY! The Ultimate Anxiety Workbook (Includes: Overcome Anxiety, Rewire Your Brain Using Neuroscience and Mindfulness)

Truly the ultimate weapon against anxiety, this book contains three sections, each providing a different method to push anxiety out of your life forever.

Overcome Anxiety provides a 30-day challenge that forces you to get out and face your anxiety to the point that it can no longer control your life. Thirty days is the average time required to create a habit that sticks. Invest in yourself and your energy. Make a battle plan for your life and live the way you desire to live without being restricted by the presence of anxiety!


  • Indispensable guidance on identifying your REAL triggers, and not just the ones you ASSUME to be. 
  • The seductive power of automatic and catastrophic thinking and how it adds unrealistic problems to your life, and how you will be able to laugh at these thoughts. 
  • Coping strategies that you can use anytime, even during an attack, and how you are re-wiring your brain to panic less in the future. 
  • The changes you MUST make to know how you react to situations in order to fight anxiety. 
  • Understanding and breaking the feedback loop that panic and anxiety lull you into over the course of years. 
  • A panic and anxiety “cheat sheet” that you can easily refer to anytime, even in the middle of an attack

Rewire Your Brain Using Neuroscience uses developments in neuroscience to help you rewire your brain and free yourself from the chains of anxiety, shyness and panic attacks. 


  • Fear and the brain
  • Different forms of fear/anxiety
  • Anxiety and panic
  • How to retrain the brain
  • Techniques
  • Common mistakes and how to avoid them

Mindfulness teaches a scientifically proven method to reduce stress and anxiety whilst increasing personal well-being and promoting a greater appreciation of the world.


  • The Science of Mindfulness
  • How Mindfulness Can Help You Find Inner Peace 
  • Awakening and Meta-Awareness
  • Benefits of Meditation
  • Practicing the Basics of Mindful Meditation
  • How Mindfulness is Beneficial to the Practitioner 
  • Mindful Meditative Practice and Simple Exercise Examples

Equip yourself with the tools provided in this book and change your life TODAY!

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My Falkland Islands Life: One Family’s Very British Adventure

The world calls The Falkland Islands harsh and isolated. The Carters called it home…

In 1982, war brought The Falkland Islands into the spotlight. When Jennifer and her family put down roots in an unspoiled community on West Falkland, they can’t help but see the unruly climate and the close proximity to a frozen wasteland. How could a place like this be worth fighting for?

The Carters quickly learn that the Falklands way of life is friendliness and self-sufficiency. Their new life becomes one of abundant wildlife and growing their own food, but it never strays from the island’s true British identity.

Part homesteading, part off-the-grid, and all charm, this loving testimony to the resilient people of the islands will have you adding the Falklands to your bucket list in an instant.

My Falkland Islands Life is the story of one family’s adventure in a British territory 8,000 miles from the United Kingdom. Whether you live on the islands, plan to travel there, or enjoy fascinating travelogues, you’ll love Jen Carter’s engaging memoir of a charming life at the bottom of the world.

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Affirmations: Create a Life of Health, Wealth, and Abundance by Programming Your Subconscious Mind for Success (FREE Bonus Video Included) (Meditation, Law of Attraction, Happiness Book 1)

LIMITED TIME BONUS INCLUDED: FREE AFFIRMATIONS VIDEO and AUDIO with 24 powerful affirmations guaranteed to leave you feeling Happy and Successful.

Program Your Mind With Affirmations and Experience Health, Wealth, and Abundance Today!

Do you find it hard to achieve the goals you have set?

Do you always find yourself not motivated to get things done?

Are you looking for the inner motivation and drive to get things done?


Affirmations are statements you repeat with the intent being to imbed positive thoughts into your subconscious so you can achieve your goals. Whether you want to be successful, healthy, or your intention is to feel abundant all the times, by reprogramming your subconscious mind, affirmations can help you successfully accomplish all these goals.

This book contains actionable information on how to use affirmations to program your subconscious for success. The book discusses the power of affirmations, how and why they work, when to use them, helpful affirmations, how to write your own affirmations, and so much more

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • Understand the Subconscious Mind
  • The Power of Affirmations
  • How to Create Affirmations
  • Ready to Use Affirmations for Health, Wealth, Success, Abundance, Happiness, And Fulfillment
  • Practicing Affirmations: The Different Tools You Can Use
  • Affirmation Dos And Don’ts
  • Much, much more!

Download “Affirmations: Create a Life of Health, Wealth, and Abundance by Programming Your Subconscious Mind for Success” right now…

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Tags: Positive Affirmations, Meditation, Law of Attraction

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Affirmations: 500 Positive Affirmations for Love & Relationships – Reprogram your Subconscious to Manifest the Life of your Dreams (Affirmations to Change your Life Book 2)

Affirmations are an extremely effective tool to change aspects of your life that you are unhappy with. When it comes to love and relationships, it is very easy to fall into the trap of negative thinking. We all want to be loved and to have someone to love in our lives. We all want to have great relationships with our friends and family. We all want a marriage filled with love and respect. With positive affirmations, negative circumstances and thought patterns can be changed.

In 500 Positive Affirmations for Love & Relationships there are literally dozens of affirmations to choose from. They have been designed in a short, clear, and precise manner to make it easy for you to create change in your life and supercharge results. The affirmations cover:

  • Loving oneself
  • Loving others
  • Allowing love into your life
  • Meeting your soul mate
  • A happy, harmonious marriage
  • Your perfect wedding day
  • The relationship with your parents and siblings
  • The relationship with your friends
  • The relationship with your children
  • Join millions of others around the world and affirm your way to the perfect love match, or the perfect friendship. Become the master of your own life.

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    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

    New York Times Bestseller

    In this generation-defining self-help guide, a superstar blogger cuts through the crap to show us how to stop trying to be “positive” all the time so that we can truly become better, happier people.

    For decades, we’ve been told that positive thinking is the key to a happy, rich life. “F**k positivity,” Mark Manson says. “Let’s be honest, shit is f**ked and we have to live with it.” In his wildly popular Internet blog, Manson doesn’t sugarcoat or equivocate. He tells it like it is—a dose of raw, refreshing, honest truth that is sorely lacking today. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k is his antidote to the coddling, let’s-all-feel-good mindset that has infected modern society and spoiled a generation, rewarding them with gold medals just for showing up.

    Manson makes the argument, backed both by academic research and well-timed poop jokes, that improving our lives hinges not on our ability to turn lemons into lemonade, but on learning to stomach lemons better. Human beings are flawed and limited—”not everybody can be extraordinary, there are winners and losers in society, and some of it is not fair or your fault.” Manson advises us to get to know our limitations and accept them. Once we embrace our fears, faults, and uncertainties, once we stop running and avoiding and start confronting painful truths, we can begin to find the courage, perseverance, honesty, responsibility, curiosity, and forgiveness we seek.

    There are only so many things we can give a f**k about so we need to figure out which ones really matter, Manson makes clear. While money is nice, caring about what you do with your life is better, because true wealth is about experience. A much-needed grab-you-by-the-shoulders-and-look-you-in-the-eye moment of real-talk, filled with entertaining stories and profane, ruthless humor, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k is a refreshing slap for a generation to help them lead contented, grounded lives.

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    Law of Attraction Success Planner A5 Hardcover – A 12 Month Journey Creating Your Dream Life – Personal Journal & Week Planner & Goal Planner & Organizer By Freedom Mastery

    Imagine a planner that will help you plan every part of your life: It helps you handle the big questions, like finding your life purpose. Then, in a few easy steps, it guides you with crafting a vision, setting big goals, and creating a step-by-step plan to guarantee you will reach your goals. Next, and this is a key area most people miss, this planner makes sure you stay motivated every day. It shows you the easy way of creating a strategy to keep you focused and driven. You can set priorities for your goals and keep a schedule for appointments, as well as for creating positive habits. The habit building process designed into the planner leads you through the same process NASA used for reprogramming astronauts, proving that it will definitely work for you! This will help you reprogram your mind for success, and eliminating any obstacles holding you back. You will feel yourself being focused and applying the law of attraction for making the universe deliver the life of your dreams – quickly, naturally, and joyously What is all inside this planner:
    ❤ Law of attraction roadmap: 8 steps to design your dream life
    ❤ Awareness and self-discovery guide
    ❤ Craft your vision & mission statement guide
    ❤ Annual goal setting guide
    ❤ Vision Board out foldable
    ❤ Strategy & Planning Guide
    ❤ Reprogram your mind & unlock your true potential
    ❤ Create your life statement
    ❤ Create a new supportive story
    ❤ Feel good guide – Energy Tuning for faster manifestation
    ❤ Chunk bigger goals in smaller goals (Mind mapping)
    ❤ Weekly planning overview (56 weeks)
    ❤ Monthly overview, goals and priorities (13-months)
    ❤ Undated Version, you can start when you want
    ❤ Monthly reflection page
    ❤ Calander for 2016,2017,2018,2019
    ❤ 100 gsm thick paper (+235pages)
    ❤ A5 Size

    Product Features

    • ❤ THIS IS A LIFE PLANNER showing you how to become the best possible version of yourself on a mental, physical and interpersonal level…We make our habits and then our habits make our life. Change habits that aren’t relevant to your goals. It takes 66 days to 90 days to make something a habit. The special designed positive habit creator will help you stay on track and create positive habits that will support you for the rest of your life.
    • ❤ FIND YOUR LIFE PURPOSE – Discover what you truly want in your life, following your passion and purpose will give you more joy than you ever imagined. Undated planner so you can start anytime you want during the year.
    • ★ LEARN HOW TO SET AND ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS AND STAY IN HARMONY IN THE PROCESS- Follow the same methods millionaires and billionaires around the world follow to set goals. Create Harmony In Your Life Achieve your goals & dreams without sacrificing other important parts of your life. You will set goals for all parts of your life health, love, finance, personal, spiritual, friendships. Weekly & Monthly reflections will keep you in Harmony so you can experience joy on all levels in life.
    • ★ INCREASE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY BY 300% – Help you become much more productive by focusing only on your top priorities and delegate the rest. So you achieve more and create more free time for yourself.
    • ❤ CREATE MORE JOY & FREEDOM IN LIFE – Weekly To Do Lists, Feel Good List & Gratitude List – The Weekly/Monthly feel good list will help you not to forget yourself and put yourself first. Our feel good guide and energy vibration table will help you to daily focus on feeling good most of your day so you can increase your vibrations & be more in a state of bliss, love, joy and freedom. Once you in that state you can attract your dreams like a magnet.

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    The Limit: Life and Death on the 1961 Grand Prix Circuit

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    In THE LIMIT, Michael Cannell tells the enthralling story of Phil Hill-a lowly California mechanic who would become the first American-born driver to win the Grand Prix-and, on the fiftieth anniversary of his triumph, brings to life a vanished world of glamour, valor, and daring.

    With the pacing and vivid description of a novel, THE LIMIT charts the journey that brought Hill from dusty California lots racing midget cars into the ranks of a singular breed of men, competing with daredevils for glory on Grand Prix tracks across Europe. Facing death at every turn, these men rounded circuits at well over 150 mph in an era before seat belts or roll bars-an era when drivers were “crushed, burned, and beheaded with unnerving regularity.”

    From the stink of grease-smothered pits to the long anxious nights in lonely European hotels, from the tense camaraderie of teammates to the trembling suspense of photo finishes, THE LIMIT captures the 1961 season that would mark the high point of Hill’s career. It brings readers up close to the remarkable men who surrounded Hill on the circuit-men like Hill’s teammate and rival, the soigné and cool-headed German count Wolfgang Von Trips (nicknamed “Count Von Crash”), and Enzo Ferrari, the reclusive and monomaniacal padrone of the Ferrari racing empire.

    Race by race, THE LIMIT carries readers to its riveting and startling climax-the final contest that would decide it all, one of the deadliest in Grand Prix history.

    Photos from The Limit
    (Click on Images to Enlarge)

    Phil Hill and Wolfgang von Trips share the laurel wreath after von Trips finished first and Hill second at the 1961 Dutch Grand Prix. (Credit: Associated Press)

    The 156 Sharknose was Ferrari’s answer to the nimble British cars of the late 1950s. Built in secret with the flared nostrils of a predator, the Sharknose returned Ferrari to dominance. (Credit: Klemantaski Collection)

    Phil Hill leads a procession of Ferraris on the notorious banking at Monza, site of the 1961 Italian Grand Prix. “This was a duel in the sun,” a correspondent wrote, “and the pace was too hot to last.” (Credit: Cahier Archive)

    At the 1955 running of Le Mans, Pierre Levegh’s Mercedes spun into the grandstand, killing 83 spectators. For Phil Hill, it was a barbarous introduction to the European circuit. (Credit: Credit: Getty Images)
    Author Q&A with Michael Cannell

    First off, what is the “limit” in Formula 1 racing?

    Fifty years ago drivers talked obsessively among themselves about a threshold known as “the limit.” They believed that in any given car, on any given turn, they could go only so fast before their tires lost adhesion to the road and the car spun or flipped. Their great challenge was to identify that perimeter of speed–the limit–and stay close to it for as long as possible without surpassing it. Racing amounted to a deadly game of brinksmanship. In their desperation to win, some drivers knowingly exceeded the limit, often with fatal results.

    Drivers measured their proximity to the limit in tenths. A team manager might order them to practice at no more eight-tenths of the limit, meaning fast but not reckless. If they accelerated to nine-tenths they pushed the edge of control. At ten tenths they were on the limit, where even the most stoic drivers trembled and sweated. And with good reason. There was a lot more at stake in the days before seatbelts and rollbars.

    What drew you to this chapter of Grand Prix history?

    My absorption began with photographs. I was working as an editor at The New York Times five years ago when I saw a book by Robert Daley, a former Times correspondent who covered the Grand Prix in the 1950s. The circuit of that era was preposterously glamorous, like La Dolce Vita with car fumes. Many drivers came from prominent European families. Wives and groupies sat in the pits wearing Capri pants and tight cashmere sweaters. But the glamour was closely accompanied by a dark aspect. The sport was dangerous to a degree that seems unthinkable today. For example, in 1955 a Mercedes sports car somersaulted into the grandstand at Le Mans, killing more than 80 spectators. The organizers didn’t even stop the race.

    The photographs express the range of emotions, from giddy to heartache. First I was seduced, then obsessed. It wasn’t very long before I stumbled on the rivalry at the heart of my story. I remember thinking, “This is a story that needs to be told.”

    Nineteen sixty-one was a glamorous time, made popular recently with the success of Mad Men. How does Grand Prix racing fit into the mystique of the early 1960s?

    Like Mad Men, The Limit shines with mid-century optimism but one senses an undercurrent of dread. The drivers played poker in first-class cabins of Alitalia flights. They danced at El Morocco in New York and drank in Havana dives. All the while they knew that at least a handful of their companions would die by season’s end.

    Who is Phil Hill? Why do you think his remarkable story is not well known today?

    Phil Hill is the greatest champion you’ve never heard of. He was a Santa Monica mechanic and hot rodder who worked his way up the dusty ranks of California oval racing and, implausibly enough, joined the Ferrari team in 1956. At first he drove sports cars, then forced his way into Grand Prix where he managed to win, and win consistently, as his friends and teammates died around him. When he wasn’t on the victory podium he was attending funerals. This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of his championship season.

    Hill never received much recognition, in part because he didn’t seem like a champion. He was often too anxious to digest solid food. As a result, he traveled with boxes of baby food. In the hours before a race he paced the pits, smoking and compulsively polishing his goggles. A correspondent called him “Hamlet with goggles and gloves.”

    At its core, The Limit can be seen as an unlikely love story. How does that occur?

    Phil Hill’s parents were abusive alcoholics. He gravitated to car mechanics as an escape to an ordered world, a reassuring realm where every action had a predictable reaction. As a driver he kept his distance from women. He did not want relationship issues clouding his mind while he drove at 170 mph, and he considered it unfair to wed while engaged in a dangerous sport. In truth, I don’t think he every expected to marry. The impression of family life left by his parents was too distasteful. He attended their funerals, and the funerals of dozens of drivers, with steely restraint. He had always lived in a state of cold detachment, which served him well as a racer, but not as a person. But at age 44 he wed Alma Svendsen, a spirited blonde teacher. They had met when she visited his house with some students. She unlocked something in him. For the first time, he unclenched and opened himself to the prospect of love and family. He became an entirely different person.

    Hill’s main competition for the 1961 Grand Prix title was fellow teammate German Count Wolfgang von Trips. What can you tell me about him?How was his style different than Hill’s?

    Like all great sports stories, this was a pairing of opposites. Hill and von Trips were teammates and friends, but they differed in every imaginable way. Hill was a California mechanic; von Trips was a German nobleman raised in a moated castle. Hill had an uncanny understanding of the car’s mechanical life; von Trips cared little about what lay under the hood. Von Trips may not have grasped the engineering subtleties, as Hill did, but he had something arguably more valuable: an instinctive mastery of speed and cat-quick reflexes. To put it another way: Hill drove with his head, von Trips drove with his nerves.

    For all their differences, the two men shared something fundamental: Each came to racing from traumatic upbringings. Hill’s parents were alcoholics. Von Trips was a teen when Nazi Germany collapsed. As a member of the Hitler Youth, he was recruited to pull bodies from the rubble. He was determined to be the smiling, handsome face of a new Germany.

    Enzo Ferrari is an enigmatic figure who in many ways is at the heart of The Limit. What kind of hold did he have on the drivers on the Ferrari team? Why did the drivers put up with it?

    Enzo Ferrari resembled a James Bond villain. He was rarely seen without dark glasses, even in restaurants. He was a shadowy, enigmatic figure who bullied and manipulated the drivers. He had a genius for recognizing a person’s weakness, and he was not afraid to exploit it.

    The defining event of Enzo Ferrari’s life was the death of his son Dino of muscular dystrophy at age 24. Every morning he went to Dino’s tomb and spoke aloud to him, as if they were seated at lunch. Every time a driver died he relived the trauma and mourning. And yet he deliberately put his drivers at particular risk by pitting them against each other. He believed that an insecure driver was a fast driver. The drivers stomached it all for a chance to drive the fastest cars in the world. “With Ferrari you not have to worry,” a Ferrari manager told Phil Hill. “You get in. You drive. You win.”

    Formula 1 racing was such a deadly sport in this era.What changes in the sport–technological and otherwise–happened during Hill’s tenure and shortly thereafter?

    Today we live in a safety-conscious culture. It’s hard to fathom the dangers routinely faced by drivers in the late 1950s. They drove without flameproof coveralls and roll bars. Their helmets were flimsy cork constructions. Believe it or not, they did without seat belts; the drivers wanted to be unconstrained to leap from the car if necessary. Worst of all, they often raced with brakes so depleted that they would hardly have stopped a bicycle. All of that changed after Hill’s retirement in 1967. Within a few years racing became much safer with the introduction of crash barriers, seat belts and the cockpits designed for quick evacuation.

    The Grand Prix circuit took drivers all over the world, making it a truly global sport the way soccer is today. What is the state of Formula 1 racing today?

    Fifty years ago racing was still in a state of innocence. The cars were painted national racing colors — red for Italian teams, green for Great Britain, silver for Germany–with no corporate logos to obscure them. Spectators were free to mingle in the pits, snapping photos and chatting with drivers. Everything changed when the races became televised. Media handlers and sponsorship deals inundated the sport, setting it on its course to becoming the formidable industry it is today.

    After Phil Hill took home the championship, what happened to him? Did he race anymore?

    The death of Wolfgang von Trips hung like a curse over the Ferrari empire. Eight key managers and engineers walked out before the 1962 season, leaving the Grand Prix team ill-equipped to compete with the resurgent British marques. Hill stayed on for one lackluster season, followed by forgettable stints with other teams. It was a humiliating endgame for a former champion. Shortly before retiring, in 1967, he played an advisory role in the production of Grand Prix, a John Frankenheimer movie partially based on his career. In a case of art imitating life, a main character, played by Yves Montand, spun off the Monza track and died, just as von Trips had five years earlier. Later Hill returned to his first love: the restoration of vintae cars. Then he met Alma, and that changed everything.

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    Astrology: The Ultimate Comprehensive Guide on Reading Horoscope Symbols and Zodiac Signs for Understanding Relationships, Personality, and Wealth (Astrology … Success to Your Life and Become Happier!)

    Unlock Your Inner Self and Achieve Lifelong Success!

    Astrology is a wonderfully fascinating and mysterious science that allows us a greater insight into the genuine truths of this world, ourselves and those around us. However, most of us know very little about what Astrology is, where it came from and how it can be used and practiced today.

    Are you one of those people? Do you long to know more about what Astrology really means and how it can be used?

    This book is here to teach you and show you the way to Astrology. We’ll talk through the very basics, making sure you have the perfectly solid foundation you need in order to really understand Astrology so you can begin practicing it.

    You can expect to gain 10 things by downloading and reading this book, and putting into practice what it teaches. The 10 things you’re about to learn are:

    1. What Astrology really means
    2. The etymology of the word ‘astrology’
    3. Where Astrology came from
    4. How Astrology was developed
    5. What the difference is between horoscopes and the zodiac
    6. That there are 12 zodiac signs that all mean different things
    7. That we each have different personalities relating to the 12 zodiac signs
    8. How you can understand your relationships with people of the same or other zodiac signs
    9. That the zodiac signs are grouped into four elements that tell us more about our personalities
    10. That understanding Astrology brings a wealth of insight into our lives

    Astrology helps us to understand who we are and how we relate to those around us. Modern-day, Western Astrology is largely focused on relationships, so we’re taking you through the 78 relationship options between each of the zodiac signs and talking about how compatible each of those relationships really is.

    In this book you will find:

    • a brief history of Astrology
    • some information horoscopes and zodiac signs
    • help in determining your own zodiac sign
    • the 78 relationships possible with all 12 zodiac signs and how compatible they are
    • a deeper understanding of your zodiac sign in relation to the four elements of Earth, Fire, Water and Air
    • some information on how Astrology can genuinely enrich your life

    We want you to really make the most of this book and get all that you can out of it. There’s no time like the present, so make today the day that you start gaining an understanding of Astrology and all it can offer!

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    Anger Management: Master Your Emotions, Control Stress and Live a Happier Life

    When we’re sitting white-knuckled behind our steering wheel when someone intentionally and unashamedly cuts us off in a mile-long line of unavoidable traffic, we experience it—anger. It’s a healthy and natural emotion to feel, but it can be quite a complex one, too. And for some, anger becomes more complex when we struggle to maintain our emotions within a safe and healthy limit. Fortunately, there’s a plethora of short and long-term anger management techniques we can use to control our anger. But before we apply them, it’s important to familiarize ourselves with anger’s triggers, its signs, and its effects on us and our relationships. Successfully managing our anger starts with knowing its ins and outs. And once we’ve combined this knowledge with the highly effective short and long-term management techniques discussed in this book, we’ll be on a way toward a happier and healthier life.

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    Anger Management: Bite Your Tongue – The Ultimate Anger Management Guide for Men and Women to Control Your Life Again (anger management, anger management … for children, anger management for men)

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    Anger Management: Bite Your Tongue

    The Ultimate Anger Management Guide for Men and Women to Control Your Life Again

    We all get angry sometimes even though we may not know it immediately.When you are faced with criticism, opposition or some form of threat, you are likely to become angry if you do not know how to handle these three without getting emotionally involved.

    Anger, if not put under control, can cause us to use our judgment irrationally and in the process lead us to doing things or speaking words that should not ever be done or said.

    According to psychologists and other scholars, anger is a normal emotion, but can be destructive if left to its own devices, both at inter and intra personal levels.

    This book aims to help you understand what anger is and how you can manage it, especially when it creates negative destructive energy within you and threatens to tear up you and those around you.

    What You Are Going To Learn

    • Main Reasons for Anger
    • Why are you getting angry?
    • Effects of Anger- Positive and Negative
    • What Is Anger Management?
    • Anger in Children and How to Help
    • Anger Management in Adolescents
    • Anger Management at the Workplace
    • How to Recognize and Deal with Anger
    • Symptoms of an Anger Disorder
    • Solutions to Anger Disorders
    • Anger and Social Anxiety Disorder
    • Tips to Managing Anger
    • …And much more!

    Anger Management


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