Overcoming Paranoid & Suspicious Thoughts by Daniel Freeman

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Do you often suspect the worst of others? Mild to moderate paranoia, or mistrust of other people, is on the increase, and although it may feel justifiable at the time, unfounded suspicions of this kind can make life a misery. Research says between 20 and 30 per cent of people in the UK frequently have suspicious or paranoid thoughts. This is the first self-help guide to coping with what can be a debilitating condition.
 

About Daniel Freeman

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Daniel Freeman is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Medical Research Council (MRC) Senior Clinical Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, Oxford University. One of the United Kingdom's leading clinical psychologists, he is a Fellow of University College, Oxford and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.Jason Freeman is a writer and editor specializing in popular psychology and self-help. The Freemans co-authored Know Your Mind: Everyday Emotional and Psychological Problems and How to Overcome Them.
 
Published September 11, 2012 by Robinson. 256 pages
Genres: Self Help, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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