*** Is it Fear or Phobia? Conquer Both Here! ***
Has it happened to you? When you were a child, were you afraid of the dark? Were you ever frightened by a bug? Maybe you were separated from your parent in a busy mall.
Everyone experiences situations differently. What one person perceives as a minor thing and just steps on the bug, another person might find themselves petrified with fear merely at the sight of one.
No one knows as an absolute certainty what causes the reactions we experience at any given situation. And, that's how it will remain until science advances to the point where someone can crawl into the six inches between our ears.
Whatever the cause may be, there is nothing to dispute the evidence. One only needs to hear a child screaming with fear or an adult begin to shake uncontrollably when faced with their own deeply seated demons.
The facts are indisputable that "phobias" do exist. The how and why of them are best left to the professionals. What to do when faced with them is another matter.
Unless someone is a cold-blooded sociopath there isn't a decent human being who would not lend support to someone who has a phobia and are caught in the throes of such an incident.
The problem is not recognizing the situation nor knowing what to do when faced with such an attack. Well, search no more. For those of you who have children experiencing such fear, we an answer for you.
For adults who have phobias, answers are at hand.
Finally, there is a lay person's guide to help you.
What Is It?
"Dealing With Phobias" is written as a practical guide to understanding different phobias and how to deal with them.
Our author says, "doctors and researchers are not entirely in agreement about some aspects of the causes and effects of phobias and there are no cures which can be applied to all the people that suffer from any particular one.”
It can't be emphasized enough that this book does not present any type of cure or "magic bullet." Rather, the plain language explanations and research can help you to better understand what phobias are and learn from the experiences of other people.
Applying what you learn in your own life or the life of a friend or loved one is the goal here. For example, discovering the different types of phobias and how they affect children can bring you a great deal of satisfaction.
plus . . .
• You don’t need any special training. It’s very easy to read.
• You can start applying the tools as soon as you’ve read the guide.
• Cost is minimal – you'll be surprised how inexpensive it is!
It has everything you need to have a positive impact:
Learn about children and phobias
Discover that not all fears are phobias
What causes phobias
What you can do to help
And much more!
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