The day has come. After nearly four months of research, writing, and revision I’m happy to announce that my Special Report How to Stop Anxious Thinking is now available.
I’ve created an information page that you can visit to get a real clear picture of what you can expect from my Special Report, so I won’t rehash every single detail in this article. However, I do want to give you some background and a few highlights.
First, let’s start with the title How to Stop Anxious Thinking. Why stop anxious thoughts and not anxiety symptoms or something else? Well, after 10 years of being anxious I can tell you with certainty that chronic anxiety can start because of a pounding heart or breathlessness, but that is not what keeps it alive. What keeps anxiety and worry going is assumption, major concerns, automatic thoughts, and misinterpretation. In short: “bad thinking.”
Anxiety also stays alive because of fear. The fear that stays with you as a result of always thinking that you’re dying or going crazy. This constant fear causes endless worry and problem focused thinking. You end up thinking, and thinking, and thinking some more. And as you’re doing all this thinking, you’re also building your fears up into large – seemingly immovable – objects in your mind. These fearful thoughts are crucial to sustaining an anxious mind.
So, that’s why I focus on showing you how to reduce worry and assumption based thinking. I teach you how to inject fact and reality into your perception of anxiety and what it can do to you. Because the remedy for chronic anxiety lies in changing how you think about anxiety.
I also wrote a 50 page report and not a long winded book because I know you want answers and not fluffy analysis. To help me illustrate what the report discusses let me show you what the table of contents looks like.
The ‘How to’
Phase 1 – Preparation
Why Commitment Matters
The Challenge of Staying Focused
On Being Decisive
The Barrier of Fear
Phase 2 Re-Education
The Meaning of Anxiety
The Difference Between Fear and Anxiety
The Mind Shift
The Role of Worry
The Mechanics of Anxiety Disorder
Phase 3 – Reconstruction
Investigating Anxious Thoughts
The Role of Assumption
Core Beliefs and Major Concerns
How to Fix it
Dealing with Relapse
Each section is short and to the point. You know how in most books the chapters talk in long form about this or that and end with a conclusion? Well, each section is the conclusion and not the flowery pros you normally get.
I did this because there is a time and a place for long form books, but in this case I wanted to create a user guide for the anxious brain. So that you can understand why you are how you are, and how you can manage your disposition toward anxiety. This required laser focus and that is what I brought to this Special Report.
This condensed format also works well because it makes the report into a reference. And as an anxiety sufferer that’s what you need, a reference, a reminder, of how you can unplug the power of anxiety.
I also try to point out, quite blatantly, that I’m not offering any cures here. I mean if there is such a thing, and I come across it, I’ll let you know, but my understanding is that anxiety is not something you can delete from your mind. You can, however, do things to bring it under control, so you can live your life in relative peace.
I think what you’ll find is that How to Stop Anxious Thinking is realistic and effective. It’s not based on my opinion, but instead on decades of research and scientific understanding. This is definitely not a Wikipedia entry on steroids. No cut and paste. This is an original piece of work by someone who has been anxious for a decade.
I have been devoted to helping people through my articles and by email, but this is the “big picture” that is hard to see over several different web pages. This Special Report contains the all-inclusive message of good information, hope, and compassion that I’ve always tried to provide to my readers.
In the future, I hope to embark on increasingly complex journeys of learning, so I can give you even more tools to manage this sometimes painful condition called anxiety disorder. But for now, all I can say is that I threw myself into this project with the wholehearted intention of helping you see that anxiety is not the killer you think it is. That there is, in fact, a way to live peacefully after being anxious for so long.
You can read more about the Special Report by Clicking Here … or you can click the link below to purchase a copy.