❮BOOKS❯ ✻ At Last A Life ✴ Author Paul David – Dolove.info

At Last A Life The Complete And Natural Cure For Anxiety And Panic IssuesAt Last A Life Is My Own Experince And Recovery Through Anxiety, Panic And Depersonalisation One Of My Main Aims In Writing This Book Was To Make It As Easy As Possible To Read And Understand To Get My Message Across From A Sufferer S Point Of View And Dilute All The Jargon That You May Have Found Hard To Understand In The Past I Also Felt Strongly That I Had Something Else To Say Than Had Been Churned Out Before, Mainly By People Who Had Never Actually Been Through It Every Common Symptom Is Explained In The Book, Not Just The Anxiety, But Also, The Feelings Of Unreality, The Racing Thoughts, Feelings Of Dread, Lack Of Confidence, Depression, The Constant Worry Cycle And Many Symptoms That I Have Come Across Over The Years The Book Has Had Huge Success Around The World And Is Often Referred To Patients By Doctors And Therapists Alike CONTENTSChapterMy StoryChapterSo What Are These Feelings I Feel ChapterThe BreakthroughChapterUnderstanding AnxietyChapterGive Up The FightChapterPanic Attacks ExplainedChapterUnderstanding Feelings Of UnrealityChapterScary Irrational ThoughtsChapterOther Symptoms ExplainedChapterWe Need One RouteChapterBorn To WorryChapterSome Final PointsChapterComing Through DepersonalisationChapterFrequently Asked QuestionsChapterSummary

About the Author: Paul David

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10 thoughts on “At Last A Life

  1. says:

    Im writing this review and im a little anxious but for the first time i know its ok, its ok to have anxiety and im fine with that This took me about 2 weeks before i finished this book because i wanted to test this authors theories He was right For the first time in a long time, i just accepted it and didnt fight the anxious thoughts any, i felt a little lost at the start because im always constantly fighting with myself to get rid of

  2. says:

    Anyone who has ever suffered from anxiety will completely relate to how truly debilitating it can be A friend gave me this book to read at a really difficult time in my own life My daughters were growing up fast and leaving home for college and both my parents now elderly we re both suffering from ill health At times I found myself so overwhemed I couldn t even concentrate enough to enjoy reading any.As the author of this book had severe anxi

  3. says:

    Teaches the Law of Detachment but specific to those that suffer from anxiety and or panic attacks I thought it was a well written book and covered all the basis It also helped me stay afloat during tough times The book will teach you how to detach from your anxious feelings and heal And I was happy to note I was doing many of the principles that were mentioned in this book already But it is Not a get quick cure And people may shun the methods listed

  4. says:

    Best advice ever given about anxietyThis book was the agent that finally put me on the right path to recovery.I would recommend it to anyone who has been sucked into that black hole of anxiety

  5. says:

    After living with anxiety since I was 7 years old I have read many many self help books to look for tips to overcome anxiety and nothing helped I found many of the books written were written by experts psychologists, lecturers etc etc. and no one had actually been there that had real solid results.Paul David s book At Last A Life is by far the best book on anxiety I have ever read and it works He writes in a down to earth way, expresses a lot of knowledge about what

  6. says:

    The best way to keep control is actually to release it This book is the light at the end of the tunnel for people who are going through months and years of anxiety with no hope of recovery Paul will help you relax and just live your life and see your anxiety fade As the book says it doesn t want to give you an over night cure for anxiety so I suggest reading a book in small proportion Read a chapter and take it in Then go to the next chapter Don t try to finish it quickly T

  7. says:

    This book helped me get through a period in my life when I was having serious panic attacks and anxiety It informed me on all things anxiety, from the science to the mental aspects, and helped me work on what I could What I learned was massive lifestyle change is needed There is still the occasional spurt of anxiety, but having dramatically changed my surroundings, I m no where near where I was when I read this book Everything passes, and David s book is a great asset to mental hea

  8. says:

    The only reason I m giving this book four stars is because of frequent grammar and spelling mistakes, but nothing that some editing work can t fix When it comes to the topic in itself, this book must be read in order to recover Written by an anxiety sufferer, David tells you a little bit of his experience with the hell that can be anxiety disorders and how he managed to find, little by little, and with no effort at all my favorite part peace, not just with his condition, but with life as a

  9. says:

    I ve been dealing with depersonalization for about a month now and after reading this book, I had one good day of doing what I wanted regardless of how badly I felt Two days later, I think I m experiencing my first set back because I feel horrible I can t emphasize this enough I look at myself in my head and I m like, who are you How can you actually feel this bad And then you try not to worry, because that feeds it and then you can t focus on anything else Yuck I wouldn t wish this on my worst en

  10. says:

    Terribly written for the most part, but extremely good Read about it in the comments of an

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