Anxiety Rebalance is Carl Vernon's personal experience of overcoming 15 years of crippling anxiety.
In this online best seller, Carl combines a compelling account of his experience with the answers he found, including the 10 key actions that helped him achieve balance.
Dealing with anxiety requires one thing: balance. Carl's step-by-step guide teaches you:
Where do you come on the ReBalance scale?
©2016 Carl Vernon (P)2016 Headline Digital
This book is very well constructed. It's packed full of helpful advice to rebalance anxiety. It's simple and direct in approach. You could listen to it over and over again. Dip in and out of chapters for inspiration and encouragement. I loved it and I feel less anxious already. Listen to it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
I considered buying the print version based on the reviews I read. I then thought I would give audible a go as i would like to listen whilst driving in my car, cleaning the house, going to sleep and so on. If i like the audio I will most likely buy the print.no more to comment.
The rebalance scale in the book has let me understand and be clear on how anxiety works. I also got an insight to what someone else experienced and what they did to recover.
I've watched some YouTube videos and seen some FB stuff. His character seems to stay the same. He can relate and communicate clearly.
When he spoke about his family, growing up and in brief about his first panic attack. This touched me. He talks about his up's and down's and how he realised he had anxiety and that he wasn't going mad.
in the first chapter of the book. he then goes on to talk about how to overcome anxiety, panic attacks, depression and what he reco's to do.
this book does offer really good solutions for anxiety, panic attack, depression sufferers.I think people want answers straight away when listening to a book. I found it very helpful to listen to carls story as it sounded similar to mine. his solutions kick in quickly. i did not find the book long--winded.
It might help some, but he takes so long to get round to making any point you might die of boredom first. Some points are just plain wrong and although he talks about humour, I never noticed any.
No. It's just a bad one from someone who has experience but no qualifications
Easy to listen to
Chapters 1 to 6. I think the title is a misnomer. He simply goes on about what anxiety is. There's nothing in there about how to deal with it and change.
He never gets round to making a point. Deadly boring. Faaaar too much background information on the author...
It was more like a biography than a self help book. He spends ages speaking about his life story and ages getting to the point. I'd you like biographies then this is for you. Personally, I need practical advice.
"Hope for the regularly hopeless"
excellent book to gain perspective on what is like to suffer anxiety and depression. very good resource for ideas to take action and know what taking control of your life is really about
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