The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook (5th edition) by Edmund Bourne

3.8/5, 3.8 from 11 reviews
Practical step by step directions for the mastery of anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and anxiety invoking health conditions
  1. NOAH
    Good book but gets boring after a certain point
    3.5/5, 3.5 out of 5, reviewed Aug 24, 2018
    I had heard a lot about this book and that it is the ultimate solution to all kinds of anxiety problems.

    Since I felt I was in the beginning of my anxiety stages, I thought it is the right time and the right thing to do to deal with it and keep it at bay.

    I wouldn’t be totally honest if I don’t admit that there were certain parts of the book that I really loved. The initial chapters had a lot of information on anxiety and the different kinds of anxiety disorders. But as I read further, I started finding things a little boring and couldn’t get myself to read it.

    And the solutions mentioned were getting repetitive and the same thing was being talked about again and again for different kinds of anxiety disorders. The author might have repeated all the exercises in order to make it simpler for the person doing it but he should have foreseen that it would get boring after a certain point.