How to Understand and Live with Social Anxiety emphasizes the idea that social anxiety is not a disorder, not something that needs to be fixed, but a developed conditioning of the mind to think and believe in negative realities. The audiobook, through a step-by-step process, helps listeners slowly understand their mental illness within the distinctiveness of their own context and gives them the tools to rewire their thought processes.
At the audiobook’s end, listeners who actively practice some or all of the seven helpful steps will find they feel more in control of their social anxiety, and therefore, more in control of their life.
About the expert: Candice Littleton has struggled with social anxiety for more than 11 years and feels she’s managed, through a series of cognitive practices, to gain insight on her mental illness. This new grasp on the distinctiveness of her daily suffering has helped her learn to live with her social anxiety, allowing her to experience a peaceful co-occupancy.
She hopes this audiobook will help others on their journey to leading a more purposeful and intentional life - one where self-pity, self-doubt, and the crushing irrationality of social anxiety is no longer a daily occurrence. Her success, with the help of support from friends, family, and counselors, has propelled her into a lifestyle she never thought she’d attain - one where she believes in herself and trusts in the fact she is not a burden to others, but, in fact, a commodity to this life.
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