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Book Reviews Of A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear

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Book Reviews Of A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear
Book Reviews Of A Layman’s Guide To Managing Fear

By: Stanley Popovich


Here are just a small sample of book reviews of Stan Popovich’s popular book “A Layman’s Guide to Managing  Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods” For more information about Stan’s helpful book and to read Stan’s free mental health articles please go to http://www.managingfear.com  If you know of anyone who could Stan’s valuable information on fear, anxiety, stress, depression, and addiction please send them to his website. Thank you.

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A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear is a Quick, Effective Read
A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear does a good job of covering some methods and ideas that can help an individual manage their fear. While this book is no substitute for a mental health professional, as the author clearly states, I believe that it can be effective in helping individuals manage mild to moderate fear.

Mr. Popovich provides a great starting set of ideas for managing fear, many of which can be expanded further or modified easily to meet the needs of the individual. There are enough ideas in here that nearly everyone should be able to find something that works for them.

I would have found a chapter about the psychology of fear helpful in understanding how fears are created and how they can have an effect on the mind, but overall, I think that this book does a very good job of providing some quick, easy ways to get a grasp on your fears and preventing them from becoming crippling. If you are dealing with mild to moderate fear, I would recommend giving this book a try and seeing if you can find a way to help yourself.
-Steve--Posted On Amazon

 

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A Three-Faceted Approach
Mr. Popovich's publication is a brief and practical one, especially for people who lean toward religious practice. He recommends utilizing Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) techniques, a "non-resistance" approach of allowing the feelings to come and working with them, and the power of prayer and scripture, using passages from the Bible. It is simple and concise approach that should prove practical for believers and non-believers alike.
–Howland- -Posted On Amazon


Easy to read
This book is very easy to read. It provides some strategies to deal with fear. It also illustrates some case studies which help readers to easily understand and practice.
–Cindy From Canada – Posted On Amazon


 

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