The Worry Workbook by Les Carter
Twelve Steps to Anxiety-Free Living

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Worry is one of the most common mood disorders in America. Whether you call it stress, tension, frustration, or anxiety, worry can take its toll on health and well-being. It can be caused by life changes, such as divorce or career upheaval, or it can become a debilitating chronic disorder. The Worry Workbook helps readers understand what causes anxiety and how they can move beyond worry into emotional freedom. Practical steps, interactive exercises, checklists, and guided questions help readers identify their fears, replace negative talk with positive action, learn to accept what is out of their control, and make life-enhancing choices. The Worry Workbook offers insight on letting go of self-judgment, becoming real, identifying those who help and those who hinder personal growth, and overcoming insecurities-offering those who suffer from anxiety proven ways to find relief.

About Les Carter

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Dr. Les Carter is associated with the Minirth Clinic Psychiatric and Counseling Center in Richardson, Texas. He is specially trained in the treatment of emotional adjustments and relationship problems. He is the author or coauthor of several books, including the bestselling The Anger Workbook.
Published January 9, 2001 by Thomas Nelson. 276 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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