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My Anxious Mind: A Teen's Guide To Managing Anxiety And Panic

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Anxiety can make everything seem unmanageablefrom dealing with family and friends to managing schoolwork and extracurricular activities. It's been estimated that between 9 and 15 million teens in the United States suffer from phobias, panic attacks, or extreme worry or anxiety. That's a lot of teens! My Anxious Mind helps teens take control of their anxious feelings by pro ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Magination Press
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Sylvia
Jul 21, 2015 Sylvia rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2015, nonfiction
I always felt like I had a bit of an anxiety issue, so I wanted to learn a bit more.

I ended up skimming parts of the book because I started feeling dizzy and nauseous and nervous.

But there was a lot of good advice.
Claire Koger
May 23, 2016 Claire Koger rated it really liked it
I chose to read the book My Anxious Mind because I suffer from anxiety and I thought this book would be beneficial for me. I found 8 of the chapters in the book very helpful in coping withy my anxiety. The first chapter talks about realizing when anxiety becomes a problem and to see the initial signs right from the start. This is very imprint to realize you are suffering from anxiety. The second chapter states that everyone needs to have time to breath, relax, and take a step back. It is always ...more
Ann Bailey
Jun 04, 2014 Ann Bailey rated it it was amazing
Fantastic, easy to understand book for ANYONE. Although a lot of the techniques I already knew through therapy, I greatly enjoyed this book. I thought it was well written and easy to follow. The techniques to change your anxious track are simply amazing and something I do on a daily basis to work through anxious situations. The things this books talks about were well researched, explained, and actually do help! Of course they will all work differently for everyone, like everything that has to do ...more
Eve Del
Mar 24, 2015 Eve Del rated it it was amazing
Wonderful book to use in practice with teens. Focused, to the point, and useful strategies for teens looking to manage anxiety and panic
Jessica
Dec 11, 2015 Jessica rated it liked it
An up-to-date resource for teens on how to manage anxiety.
carter Edwards
Oct 22, 2014 carter Edwards rated it it was amazing
This book was ok.
Julia
Oct 15, 2015 Julia rated it really liked it
Lots of helpful strategies and information about dealing with an anxious mind.
Yvonne Ferlita
Mar 03, 2013 Yvonne Ferlita rated it it was amazing
Awesome primer for those first learning to handle anxiety. The writing style is friendly, encouraging and simple to understand. Covers topics from relaxation techniques to psychotherapy and medication. Though written for teens, I would not hesitate in recommending it to adults as well.
Isabella O
Mar 04, 2015 Isabella O rated it it was amazing
This book was really useful. I struggle with anxiety and this really helped me:)
Julia P
May 25, 2016 Julia P rated it liked it
I normally don't read a lot of reference books/non-fiction, but I definitely going this book useful. It gives lots of great self-care tips and habits to practice, so I would definitely recommend it to anyone with anxiety.
Jenny
Sep 06, 2013 Jenny rated it really liked it
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I bought this book for Elizabeth. It is wonderful! I see a bright future for her and us as we work through this book to help with our anxieties!
Mari
Aug 29, 2014 Mari rated it it was amazing
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The book phrases the concepts in a way that is easy to remember especially during a stressful situation.
Debbie Hoskins
Oct 28, 2011 Debbie Hoskins rated it really liked it
I found this helpful as an adult. I also like the way the book is illustrated and designed.
LeAnn
May 25, 2015 LeAnn rated it it was amazing
Great book. Easy to read. Lots of good info.
Clara
Jul 14, 2015 Clara rated it really liked it
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I'll definitely be coming back to this one.
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Michael A. Tompkins, Ph.D. is co-founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy, Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Diplomate and Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. He is the author or co-author of numerous articles and chapters on cognitive-behavior therapy and related topics, as well as six books. He is a certified ...more
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