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The catastrophic worrier : why you worry & how to stop Book
Book | New Harbinger Publications, Oakland, CA : [2023]

  • 1 of 1 Copy Available at Libraries in Niagara Cooperative
  • 0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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Grimsby 152.46 Dav Non-fiction Copy hold / Volume hold Available

"Excessive and distressing worrying is a problem that affects everyone at some point in their lives, but for some people this can become a lifelong affliction. Catastrophic worry can turn even imagined setbacks into a cascade of devastating events, leading to loss of sleep, lower self-confidence, poor decision making, and even health problems. In this guide, leading worry expert Graham Davey explains why we worry, and offers readers a clear path to stopping catastrophic worry so they can regain control and live a happier life"--

  • ISBN: 9781648480348
  • Physical Description: vi, 212 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, [2023]
  • Bibliography, etc. Note:
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 204-212).
  • Formatted Contents Note:
    Part I: what is worrying, and where does it come from? -- Making mountains out of molehills: the process of catastrophic worrying -- The origins of worrying: what made you a catastrophic worrier? -- The worries of the world: what do people catastrophize about? -- Worried sick: how does worrying affect your mental and physical health? -- Part II: why you worry, and how to stop -- Why do we worry about things that don't happen?: worrying as a compulsive lifestyle choice -- The toxic duo: anxiety and worry: the collision that creates catastrophizing -- Why doesn't worry have an "off" switch?: the worry machine -- Combat catastrophizing by practicing good worry habits: begin to manage your chronic worrying -- The "smart" worrier: become a "smart" worrier and learn how to problem solve -- Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative: tweaking your worry to make it adaptive.

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