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Find Your Path Through Anxiety: Mindful Techniques to Help You Find Ease

Richard Gilpin

Do you sometimes find yourself consumed with worries about the future?
Are there days - or nights - where you can't seem to stop your mind from racing, imagining all sorts of doom-laden scenarios?
Do you sometimes notice your heart rate speeding up or your breathing getting shallower, or perhaps a creeping sensation over your skin?

We all go through unnerving times, but when anxiety strikes it can be hard to know what to do. This approachable, friendly book, written by an experienced psychotherapist, will help you explore what is bothering you so that you can make the adjustments you need to live a healthier, more easeful life.

Including tips on how to use mindfulness and meditation to support you as well as compassionate practices to help you:

- regain your composure

- build your resilience

- and trust your inner wisdom

FIND YOUR PATH THROUGH ANXIETY will help you understand yourself better so that you can make your own way forward.

FIND YOUR PATH books shed light on a range of common mental-health struggles, from depression to imposter syndrome, and offer powerful tips and techniques for navigating life's inevitable ups and downs.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Leaping Hare
  • Publish Date: Jan 28th, 2025
  • Pages: 144
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 7.80in - 5.08in - 0.36in - 1.10lb
  • EAN: 9780711298583
  • Categories: Anxieties & PhobiasMental HealthMindfulness & Meditation

About the Author

Richard Gilpin is a counsellor, cognitive behavioral psychotherapist, and meditation instructor. He has trained extensively in mindfulness-based practices since the 1990s. Richard has worked with people suffering with all recognized types of anxiety disorders for the last decade. He has an MA in Buddhist Studies and is co-founder of the Bodhi Garden, a registered charitable trust based in the south of England. His research into the origins and practices of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy was published in 2008.