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    • ISBN:9781409171393
    • Publication date:29 Nov 2018

Anxiety Free

How to Trust Yourself and Feel Calm

By Sam Owen

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A leading life coach shows you how to reduce symptoms of anxiety in this warm and practical guide.

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO RESOLVING ANXIETY


In today's fast-paced, always-on world, many of us experience anxiety of some kind. But it doesn't matter whether it's crippling your everyday life or you find it rearing its head in specific situations, there are ways to work through it - and this book will equip you with the know-how to do just that.



Using her tried and tested three-pillar system - identify the cause, identify the solutions, take thoughtful action - acclaimed life coach Sam Owen explains that anxiety is not your enemy, it's an indication that something in your life isn't right. By activating the three pillars and using the practical tools and step-by-step guide Sam presents you with, you can root out what's going wrong and thereby resolve your anxiety within just four weeks - enabling you to get back to the calm and positivity you so deserve.

Biographical Notes

Sam Owen is a psychologist and relationship coach. She writes with a natural, warm yet authoritative manner and is regularly asked to contribute to editorial features for national newspapers and magazines such as the TELEGRAPH, COSMOPOLITAN, GLAMOUR, the MIRROR and LOOK.

Sam has appeared on BBC BREAKFAST and ITV's THIS MORNING as a dating/relationships expert. She is in talks with various TV production companies.

She also runs a successful life-coaching practice, helping a wide range of clients to overcome marital problems and issues with dating, anxiety and self-confidence.

www.relationshipscoach.co.uk
@samowencoaching

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