When it comes to anxiety in women, there is a very broad spectrum for what is normal. However, it is sometimes hard to know if your worry is healthy, or if it might be working against you and could one day make you physically sick.
Based on nearly 30 years of clinical practice, pioneering anxiety specialist Jerilyn Ross has identified four archetypal female coping styles. In One Less Thing to Worry About she helps every woman pinpoint her type and, most importantly, live with less apprehension.
One Less Thing to Worry About offers practical questionnaires, illuminating examples, and unique tools to curb debilitating anxiety and empowers women to convert it to a more constructive kind of worry.
©2009 Jerilyn Ross and Robin Cantor-Cooke; (P)2009 Random House
"This is a practical but wise book, steeped in research and clinical experience. With clarity, Ross lays down her insights and describes the different types of anxiety and precise ways for dealing with them. This book is a must for people who suffer from anxiety disorders and for those who experience the common anxieties of everyday life." (Myrna Weissman, Ph.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons)
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