Discover how you can better cope with and manage your stress and anxiety with this workbook written just for men.
You’ll find key insights into the unique ways anxiety manifests in men, along with the support you need to overcome the challenges men face―whether it’s at home, work, or with friends and family.
This workbook provides proven exercises to help you better understand your anxiety, identify its triggers, and find ways to deal with it.
This guy-focused workbook features:
- Advice for men―Get guidance that takes into account the specific ways men cope with anxiety and the societal pressures they face when encountering it.
- Evidence-based tools―Learn simple, proven techniques for mitigating anxiety through exercises based on mindfulness, meditation, acceptance and commitment therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Anxiety-busting tips―Find new ways to confront both chronic and moment-to-moment anxiety through journaling, exploratory quizzes, charting, and various thought exercises.
This understanding workbook gives you the resources to build your anxiety-management toolbox.
This workbook is a customizable resource that works toward increasing your knowledge of the cause and effect of anxiety, while introducing you to a range of practical tips, tools, and tactics that you can adapt according to your needs and at your own pace.
This workbook does not strive to eliminate anxiety. That is not humanly possible. Anxiety plays a purposeful role in our life, as you’re about to discover. Rather, it’s the intrusive and debilitating anxiety that we’re targeting here.
The purpose of this book is to help you step back from your anxiety experience to explore and challenge it from an objective and informed perspective. This is significant, because when you are caught in the cycle of anxiety, it feels brutally personal. This book strives to help you understand and alleviate the impact and burden that anxiety has inflicted.
It’s essential to convey that this workbook is not a substitution for professional support, such as psychotherapy or medical guidance. If you recognize that you need professional help, seek assistance from a licensed mental health provider.
Here’s an outline of what to expect:
Dr. James H. Grubbs, MD.
Practicing child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist and author of the Golfing Brain.
Simon G. Niblock grew up in the do-it-yourself culture of New Zealand and spent many of his adult years working in the high-pressure business world. Now, he’s helping men deal with the anxieties created by those same pressures. In this book, Simon has combined evidence-based science with Kiwi common sense to produce a DIY toolkit for managing anxiety.
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