If you’d like to know how to stop panic attacks, I’ve got a suggestion for you.And it’s nothing to do with panic or anxiety.It’s a book I’m going to suggest you read. And again, it’s a book that has absolutely nothing to do with panic attacks, anxiety, or anything close to it.Why am I recommending a book that’s not about anxiety to help you overcome your anxiety?Because in all my years looking for answers to my own anxiety-related problems, I realised that the answers were never where you expected them to be.The answers weren’t at my doctor’s office. They weren’t at my psychiatrist’s office. They weren’t in books about anxiety.They were everywhere else.Think about this for a moment: if the answer to how to stop panic attacks was where we all expected it to be, we would all be cured the day of our first attack.So the first idea to get your head around is that the answers are where you’d least expect to find them.And one of those places is in the book I’m going to recommend to you right now.It’s called “The Gift of Fear,” and it’s written by Gavin De Becker. This book is responsible for my… Read full this story
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