R. Reid Wilson



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Anxious Kids, Anxious Paren...

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Don't Panic: Taking Control...

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Stopping the Noise in Your ...

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Playing With Anxiety: Casey...

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Stop Obsessing!: How to Ove...

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“I’ll become stronger by purposely facing what I am afraid of. It’s OK that I’m anxious right now. I can handle these sensations. I can handle this uncertainty. I want this anxiety. I want this uncertainty. Love the mat. Run toward the roar.”
R. Reid Wilson, Don't Panic: Taking Control of Anxiety Attacks

“Big Announcement! There Are Different Ways of Talking to Worry”
R. Reid Wilson, Playing With Anxiety: Casey's Guide for Teens and Kids

“When faced with a challenge (be it a hurricane or a struggling business or a reluctance to start writing), we must decide to act and then we must act. We should perceive our worries as an indication that we should meet our challenges head on, cut right to the heart of them, and take action. Otherwise, we’ll be in the aftermath of the storm, sitting and staring at that old tree that’s collapsed onto our patio, and asking, “Well, what now?”
R. Reid Wilson, Stopping the Noise in Your Head: The New Way to Overcome Anxiety and Worry



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