[PDF] Own It by Caroline Foran BY Caroline Foran

  • Paperback
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  • Own It by Caroline Foran
  • Caroline Foran
  • English
  • 09 March 2019
  • 9781615195619

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characters Own It by Caroline Foran º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Caroline Foran Caroline Foran í 0 characters Ss free life but armed with the right tool kit she could live with anxiety and not spend her days running away from itIn Own It Caroline shares her hard earned knowledge and kick ss strategies includingA panic attack rescue guideThe Assess Address techniue how to. Thank you to NetGalley The Experiment and Caroline Foran for an ARC ebook copy to review As always an honest review from me Like Discusses the benefits of therapy talk and CBT Discusses the importance of medication for mental health in some people Information about cortisol and stress Examples of different techniues you can do at home to help manage your stress and anxietyLove Discusses how chronic stress can make your melt down pointlevel much lower so little triggers will send you into a full blown meltdown status Gives the science behind why the way you feel the way you do validates people s experiencesDislike Wish that More new techniues to help deal with stress and anxiety some were new and helpful to mew but others I had heard and tried beforeOverall a helpful comprehensive book about dealing with anxiety at home and in therapy Easy to read well organized and compassionate

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characters Own It by Caroline Foran º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Caroline Foran Caroline Foran í 0 characters Get to the root of the problemThe brain chemistry behind anxiety and how to outsmart itHow to break down the negativity biasDrawing on her lived experience plus insights from mental health professionals Caroline will help you ditch your fear and anxiety and own it. Summary Was considering this for my week of meditationmindfulnesspositive thinking week of books It didn t make the cut Positive elements but fell short of what I needed for the weekPlz do consider having a look at my vlog at IG WhereIsMayLing Youtube Diary of a Speed readerp2 The main aim of the book is OWNING your anxiety so that it no longer negatively impacts your lifep 82 I like the common mind traps laid out Catastrophizing Polorized thinking Filtering Personalization Overgeneralizations Attribution Errors It s true I think that might be less anxiety and negative thinking in general We all fight itchokengtitiktitikchokeng 140 Find an ally this is venting to one of your work colleagues I think that can be good But it depends on how much and why and what you re doing This could really backfire in a lot of work settings as most people don t have that great judgment to think about who they can say and what and to what degree they can express negativitychokengtitiktitikchokeng 159 Breathing Totally recommended Nice list for people who like thatchokengtitiktitikchokeng 185 I like this exercise 3 on core values I think I m just in a different place

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characters Own It by Caroline Foran º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read Þ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook í Caroline Foran Caroline Foran í 0 characters Caroline Foran is not here to “cure” your anxiety When crippling panic attacks upended her job her health and her life she tried everything from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to acupuncture and yoga to medication She found that there’s no such thing as a stre. In Own It Make Your Anxiety Work For You Caroline Foran aims to help you change your relationship with anxiety so that rather than trying to avoid it you can own itThe book isn t preachy at all and feels like a chat with a good friend The author takes a no bullshit tone and assures readers that if she tells you things will get better it s because it s true and not because it sounds like something contrived that you ll find on Pinterest with a swirly font The book begins with the Assess section or as I like to call it the What the fck is going on part of the book It then moves on to Address or the What the fck am I going to do about it part of the book Interspersed throughout are nuggets of information from clinical psychologist Dr Malie Coyne and other subject matter experts At the end of each chapter there are concise chapter summaries as well as practical exercises to completeI enjoyed the definition of anxiety as a a sht scary feeling where how do I put this you feel as though you re uite literally coming out of your own skin I also liked the chapter on bullsht free breathing a refreshingly realistic take on the topicThe simple straightforward theme continues throughout the book There are some useful metaphors to describe technical concepts such as likening a hyperactive amygdala the brain s fear centre to an ill fitted burglar alarm that gets tripped too easily There are also clear instructions on things like how to assemble an anxiety survival kit and how to handle a panic attackThe author explains that when her anxiety began from the outside her life looked pretty darn good She felt guilty in a sense that she would be anxious when things should be good I think this is a really important point as too often people mistakenly assume that anxiety has to be about somethingForan identifies positives that have come from her anxiety like pushing herself to achieve having a strong work ethic recognizing her patterns being in tune with her body and having the chance to make a difference for others by speaking up about her own experienceShe writes about the importance of acceptance which allows for a reframing of symptoms that can end up actually changing how you experience your symptoms She points readers in the direction of Kelly McGonigal s TED Talk How to make stress your friend She also mentions Brene Brown s work on embracing vulnerabilityThere is a chapter titled why cognitive behavioural therapy is everything Foran goes through common mind traps cognitive distortions and ways to get out of them and describes our natural tendency to be biased towards the negativeOther chapters touch on various other strategies including acupuncture and medication For her medication played a helpful role and she explains that often it will take a combination of approaches to be most effective She also writes that we should prioritize spending time doing what makes us happy and less time doing what makes us unhappy like negatively comparing ourselves to others on social mediaOverall I think the word that best describes this book for me is refreshing I liked the focus on accepting and managing anxiety rather than fighting it and the chatty no BS tone made it a fun read