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Everyone on the planet goes through good times and bad. We all face adversity at times but if we’re lucky, our hardest days are balanced out by gentler ones. Getting through challenging times is not easy and some of us seem to get more than their fair share. Fear about the world situation, the loss of a loved one, job or other hardships can be overwhelming and yet, somehow, we manage to get through to the other side. Life may not be fair and yet, given time, we as human beings are graced with resilience and the strength to transcend even our most heartbreaking moments.
“If suffering is ubiquitous in life,” write authors Kelly G. Wilson, Ph.D. and Troy Dufrene, “then withdrawal from and avoidance of suffering is accordingly the withdrawal from and avoidance of life.” Their book, Things Might Go Terribly, Horribly Wrong, as you may guess from the title, is about dealing with anxiety. However, Wilson and Dufrene ... more
There are many books on the market about anxiety disorders. One such book is "The Atlantic" Editor Scott Stossel's book, "My Age of Anxiety: Fear, Hope, Dread and the Search for Peace of Mind." In it, Stossel takes a journalistic/anecdotal approach to a topic that hits very close to home: his lifelong struggle with crippling anxiety. For those who suffer in silence, and those who are being treated, this book offers an in-depth profile of anxiety disorders and their effect on daily life.