Anxiety can be a debilitating and all-consuming. Many people don’t know what to do and/or where to turn when their emotions are taking over their life. Self-help books can provide a huge help in learning why you feel the way you feel, how to think in new ways and alleviate your intrusive emotions. Personally, I always found self-help books instrumental in my personal growth, so much so that that’s the main reason I decided to become a writer.
With that being said, when I was suffering from people-pleasing and anxiety, reading about people who suffered with similar issues and overcame them was very therapeutic and useful to me. I no longer felt like I was alone, or like I was different. I found hope in books. Below are some tips of when it might be time to rely of self-help books for your anxiety:
- You don’t understand why you are anxious
- You are constantly anxious and it’s just getting worse
- You have tried many different solutions but don’t see much progress
- The people in your life keep pushing you to seek help
- You don’t feel like anyone will understand you
- You are nervous to seek professional help
It’s never easy to go through life feeling anxious and like there isn’t anything that can help. Though, I can assure you that by learning more about what you’re experiencing and taking the time to read others’ experiences along with scientific research can make a HUGE difference in your life and level of anxiety.
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