• Anxiety in Relationship: 7 Books in 1

  • The Complete Guide to Overcoming Insecurity, Jealousy and Negative Thinking
  • By: Tamara MIller PhD
  • Narrated by: Sarah Owens
  • Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to learn how to overcome insecurity, jealousy, and negative thinking to stop feeling insecure and attached in love? If yes, then...pay atention!

Anxiety problems can negatively influence a person's relationships with their buddies, family members, or partner. It involves excessive worrying, heightened tension, and also a concern of disapproving experiences. These sensations can cause irrational thoughts that can influence how a person views their relationships. 

The two primary ways that stress and anxiety make maintaining healthy partnerships hard are reliance and evasion. Some individuals with generalized anxiousness condition may prefer close bonds with their peers and attempt too hard to please others. Others may want detachment, which shuts themselves off from their loved ones.

This book is a bundle of seven books and will cover the following topics:

  • Recognizing your anxiety triggers 
  • Lowering your baseline level of anxiety
  • How to recognize toxic and unhealthy behavior
  • How can you benefit from couples therapy?
  • Personal boundaries
  • Sex and affection
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy for depression, insomnia, and anxiety
  • How to build mindful relationship habits
  • And much more!

This book unravels that, other than generalized anxiousness, various kinds of anxiety conditions (such as agoraphobia, panic attack, and social anxiety) can stress connections. Agoraphobia is a fear of panic attacks taking place in public locations, being incapable of leaving to a personal area, and experiencing shame in front of close friends or family members. This sort of anxiousness disorder can trigger individuals to avoid public areas or social interaction altogether, possibly spoiling their chance at developing meaningful connections with new people. 

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