If there ever was a book prescription for anxiety, then these two non-fiction books would top the recommended reading list.
A unique book as the author himself, a successful journalist for Atlantic magazine, suffers from anxiety. The book brings together science, humanities and his own experience of anxiety to exhaustively discuss the condition and treatment. It also serves as an inspiring example of how someone can achieve significant accomplishment whilst struggling with anxiety. If you suffer from anxiety, it might also eerily resonate with you.
A non-fiction resource filled with practical tools and techniques to manage anxiety that are straightforward to implement. The book covers anxiety, panic attacks, generalised anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and other related conditions.
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