F*ck Anxiety: 101 Ways to Soothe Anxiety, Stop the Panic + Get Back to Your Badass Self

Lauren Douglas

Published: April 5, 2022

Publisher:

Length: 208 pages

My Rating:

Blurb:

 beautifully illustrated, irreverent guide to breaking out of the anxious thought patterns that hold us back.

This little self-help book contains 101 anxiety spiral-stopping exercises, inspiring pep talks, and calm-the-F-down activities. With a no f*cks given tone, research-backed therapeutic techniques, and fun, fresh illustration, F*ck Anxiety will help you take control over your anxious thought patterns and make you laugh at the same time.

Divided into six chapters—the first two will help kick that anxiety spiral in it’s scrawny ass, and the next four help build and flex anti-anxiety powers on the daily—F*ck Anxiety covers the following:
Get Out of Your Head in Ten Minutes or Less
Get Stubborn Against a Longer Spiral
Do These Eight Things Every Day—You Deserve It!
A Grab Bag of Ways to Be Amazing to You
Truths + Tending for Shitty Situations
Hush Up, It’s Time for Your Daily Moment of Zen
In addition, the book also includes an explanation of how anxiety works, as well as recommendations for additional tools and practices. 

My Review:

Anxiety is a part of life. There is no escaping it but sometimes it can get out of uncontrol. Therapy can be expensive so having something to turn to to help refresh your skills, put things into perspective really helps. I’m a therapist in my day to day life so I have plenty of experience with anxiety,

I found this book fun, light-hearted and easy to read. Best of all the tips actually do help with anxiety. This book is written by a woman and her target audience is women, so if you are put off by that this book may not be for you but the tips are universal.

Personally I think this book is best enjoyed and used in paper form. This is especially true if you want to do any of the helpful stress relieving activities thoughtfully included.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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