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You don’t have to wait until anxiety leaves you to have a life, you can have one now.
I am struggling to understand which book she read as it says nothing about getting to the end and a magic wand comes down and cures you.
The trouble with all this is it takes a lot of time up and I am forever on with a project and I will be the first to say certain things have suffered as a result as it takes time away from other things.
Things are calming down a bit now and I promise to be around here a bit more to contribute, the blog and site is where it all started and it means as much to me now as it did when I first set it up.
As it is new if anyone has any problems then just let me know.
The other thing is Doreen who posts here will now help moderate the blog.
In the last year alone the book was made available on Amazon and in many high street online and offline stores and is mainly sold outside of the site these days.
The book also went onto the kindle and is hopefully due on very soon, making it easier for people in the U. The app was also created in different versions and has been very well received.The first being that the anxietynomore app is now available as an option on the Android as well as the i Phone.As usual I don’t push things on anyone, but it is there if anyone wishes to buy it and a few people did ask me to let them know when it was available.People develop safety behaviours and avoidance techniques that can severely restrict their lives because they don’t want to feel it. The truth is that it is not, I only turned my life around when I finally accepted that I had anxiety and it was not going to go over night, I shook it by the hand and said “If you are going to be around for a while then we may as well get along”.To recover from anxiety we have to be willing to feel it and that’s means taking it with us wherever we go.The constant stress and battle to feel better is what kept me in the cycle, it consumed me and my day. I know we feel like we must keep on top of things, to get the better of this thing, but it has the opposite effect.