Getting Past Anxiety

Narrated by: Melissa A. Woods
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
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Getting Past Anxiety serves as an inspiration for healing. In this audiobook, listeners find a connection to their own stories of anxiety and to their authentic self. The novel traces the journey of Stella Maris, a 37-year-old professional woman in the Pacific Northwest who is fighting to escape anxiety. She breaks free by delving into and reexamining key life events, deeply committing to healing, and employing a variety of medical modalities that keep her free of anti-anxiety medications and drugs.

©2017 Melissa A. Woods (P)2017 Melissa A. Woods

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Really hit a chord for me!

The author really opens up in her journey. I like that she uses alternative therapies and keeps trying for the sake of her daughter. I would buy this book again and again!

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Not For Me...But May Be For You

I didn't finish listening to this book because Ms. Woods' premise of 'getting past anxiety' is based on New Age work. I'm not saying it doesn't work for some people but I believe New Age guidance is based on a placebo effect. (Which I DO, in any event, think works in SOME instances.)

But since I do not think colors and chakras and blaming everything on our mother(s) is the root of anxiety this book was of no use to me, personally. (I think most anxiety is probably due to biological chemical imbalances which can probably be handled with non-medicinal means sometimes but not always.)

This means that this author's remedy wasn't going to give me any valuable advice.

It might yield solutions and direction for you, however.

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