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Is your anxiety kicking your child's butt? Are they tired of boring, long self-help books that do anything but help? If they are 9 and up this book can help... Are they annoyed by suggestions that show the author doesn't really get anxiety? I get it. I also get anxiety. I have lived it and so have the thousands of kids I have helped in my therapy practice. Until you have lived it - you will never understand anxiety's insidious moves. Anxiety Sucks A Teen Survival Guide is short and to the point. You are welcome. Have them read it. Practice it. Repeat. Kids don't want to read long, boring books on anxiety. In my practice parents will often ask for book suggestions. I provide them. They buy them. The kids never read them. Trust me, I know. I ask the kids. I finally decided to write my own book that is short, to the point and offers a death blow to the anxiety dictator living in their head. A book I know kids will be able to get through in one or two sittings. A book that will teach kids how their little dictator rules their mind and tricks them into making their anxiety grow. And finally, a book that will help them develop mad skills to counterattack their dictator and show him who is boss. This book is perfect for any kid ages 9 and up. All kids being bullied by anxiety should be armed with the skills this book provides. Every parent raising an anxious kid should read this and gain insight into what their kids are going through each day.
About the Author
Natasha Daniels is a child and teen therapist who has worked with teens and their families for over 16 years. With her raw, direct approach to anxiety, Natasha has helped thousands of children, teens and parents in both her practice and through her writing. Natasha lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and three children.