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Stop letting negativity drain all of your energy, leaving you unable to see the brighter side of life.
A noisy brain is the biggest cause of unhappiness. It prevents us from seeing what possibilities lie before us. Life turns into a minefield rather than a set of new opportunities. Let's change this - right now.
Don't be your own greatest enemy.
Calm Your Thoughts is a book that understands where you’ve been through,the exhausting situation you’ve put yourself into, and how you lose your mind in the trap of anxiety and stress. Acclaimed author Nick Trenton will walk you through the obstacles with detailed and proven techniques to help you rewire your brain, control your thoughts, and change your mental habits.
What’s more, the book will provide you scientific approaches to completely change the way you think and feel about yourself by ending the vicious thought patterns.
Learn to control your emotions and stay zen.
Nick Trenton grew up in rural Illinois and is quite literally a farm boy. His best friend growing up was his trusty companion Leonard the dachshund. RIP Leonard. Eventually, he made it off the farm and obtained a BS in Economics, followed by an MA in Behavioral Psychology.
Psychologically-proven tips to get out of your head and into your life.
-Emotional regulation frameworks
-Simple ways to understand your true worries and anxieties
-How to simplify cognitive-behavioral therapy for daily use
-Proven techniques for dealing with mental chatter and negativity
A day without worry, rumination, or anxiety. That could be yours.
No more self-deprecating talk. No more sleepless nights with racing thoughts. Free your mind from overthinking and achieve more, feel better, and unleash your potential. Finally be able to live in the present moment.
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With anxiety, life sometimes feels like a waking nightmare. It’s like a veil of negativity is thrown over everything you think, feel, and do. Life can feel claustrophobic as more and more restrictions seem to interfere, making it hard to be spontaneous or relaxed. And the worst thing is you may not even understand why any of it is happening, nor can the people around you. It may seem like people explain away your anxiety as a bad attitude, to being oversensitive, or simply expect you to cheer up because they’ve thoughtfully explained all the reasons why your fears don’t make any logical sense.
But it’s never that simple, is it? In this book, we’re taking a closer look at what anxiety is, how it works, and how you can learn to live a life that feels good to you despite experiencing anxiety. Stressful overthinking can feel like a trap, like something you can never escape or fix. But you can! If you’re ready to make a genuine change, to take care of yourself, and to take some powerful first steps toward a low-anxiety life, then this book is a great place to start.
First things first: anxiety is a legitimate psychological phenomenon—you are not wrong or stupid or crazy. And you’re not a bad person just because you haven’t figured out how to free yourself from anxiety yet. I was diagnosed with GAD—Generalized Anxiety Disorder—when I was just eighteen, even though to be honest, the symptoms had been with me long before that. My life was ruled by FEAR. But today, I can honestly say that I have learned not to let anxiety control me, and one of the first steps to recovering was to let go of the habit of self-criticizing, self-blame, or feeling ashamed about how I was feeling.
Now, anxiety is not your fault, but it is your responsibility. What I mean is that I didn’t choose to have anxiety—but I could always choose to do what it took to get out of its clutches. When I realized that I did have control over my life and that I had a say in how my life played out, I felt empowered to be better. It was (still is!) a long, personal, and challenging journey. But I don’t regret a thing—except perhaps not believing in myself and starting sooner!
This book has been written for you if you have reached that point in your life where you feel like anxiety has you in its clutches and won’t let go.