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Living with IT: A Survivors Guide to Panic Attacks

In this refreshing and accessible guide, Bev Aisbett, a survivor of Panic Syndrome, tells us how panic disorders develop and how to recognise the symptoms. With the aid of her inimitable cartoons, she covers topics such as changing negative thought patterns, seeking professional help, and, ultimately, learning skills for recovery. Living With It provides much need reassurance and support, leading the way out of the maze of panic with humour and the insight of first-hand experience.

Other titles from Bev Aisbett:

The Book of IT

I Love Me: A Guide to Being Your Own Best Friend

Get Over IT: Finding release from the prison of the past

Letting IT Go: Attaining Awareness out of Adversity

Living with IT: A Survivors Guide to Panic Attacks

Living IT Up

Taming the Black Dog

All of IT: A Memoir of Love, Fear and Art

Paws for Thought

 

Living with IT: A Survivors Guide to Panic Attacks

Author: Bev Aisbett

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