A Practical Guide with Activities to Help You Break Out of Depression and Anxiety
Are you feeling stressed out, anxious, and alone? Do you stay up at night wondering if it will all work out? And how will you handle it when it doesn’t? Do you double down on your efforts to be smart enough, cool enough, able enough, only to make everything worse? Is anxiety sucking the life out of you?
If you are familiar with these feelings—and want a way out—this book is for you. Teenagers, especially, are supposed to be carefree and energetic, but today’s Gen Z is anything but free. We are exposed to political conflict, environmental disaster, and community violence daily. Life seems so out of control! In addition, competition encouraged by social pressures and social media has damaged our self-confidence, making our culture a petri dish where low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression grow.
This workbook shows you the way out. Learn to build trust in your skills and abilities so you can create your own life instead of being a passive recipient of it. Learn how to get rid of anxiety, let go of perfectionism, and experience lasting happiness.
- Learn the Biology behind Anxiety—What It Is and What It Isn’t
- Identify the Lies that Anxiety Tells You
- Activate Your Own Agency—Your Confidence, Motivation, and Unique Skills
- Embrace an Attitude of Self-Acceptance
- Practice Happy Habits Daily
About the Author
Jodi Aman, LCSW, has been a psychotherapist for over two decades. After earning her master’s in social work at Columbia University, she studied and taught Narrative Therapy around the world, focusing on trauma and anxiety recovery. Her popular YouTube show, Practical Miracles, inspires people to get clarity, evolve past fear, and finally stop the out-of-control downward spiral by releasing that self-critic. Having clawed her way out of her own emotional crisis, Jodi shares her story of stepping into her personal power in her bestselling book You 1, Anxiety 0. Most important, she is the mom of three lovable young adults. She lives in Rochester, New York.
"A valuable resource to overcome the stresses we are faced with in these uncertain times."
-Gary Roen, Midwest Book Review