It's time to break free from the tight grip of anxiety and live the life you've always wanted. The Four Gifts of Anxiety shows you how to tap into the power of your anxiety and reveal its gifts of resiliency, hope, empathy, and purpose. Filled with exercises, meditations, and reflection prompts, this book teaches you how to access these positive attributes and the inner strengths that have been hiding behind your symptoms. Each chapter illuminates your gifts and helps you better understand your anxious feelings, so that you can take charge of any situation rather than fearing your future. By viewing your worries in this new and empowering perspective, you will find peace and be able to embrace the person you were meant to be.
Complete with real-life stories from others who transformed their outlook, The Four Gifts of Anxiety helps you develop a healthier way of thinking, harness your inner power, and finally reclaim your life.
Sherianna Boyle, MED, CAGS, is an adjunct psychology professor, author of eight books, and founder of Emotional Detox Coaching, C.L.E.A.N.S.E. Method, and C.L.E.A.N.S.E. Yoga. Her work has been featured in more than eighty articles in publications such as Yoga Journal, Psychology Today, Organic Authority, Prevention, and First for Women. Sherianna provides Emotional Detox workshops through renowned centers such as Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and 1440 Multiversity. Find her Emotional Detox podcast, workshops, and services at SheriannaBoyle.com.
"[Sheri] provides her readers with information about how to reframe anxiety so that it can be used in a positive way and not disturb the lives of those living with it. The goal is for readers to take control of their futures and live healthier more fulfilling lives with their anxiety." --NAMI.org
"Sherianna Boyle...gives readers a new set of lenses to wear when looking at anxiety. I actually found myself embracing my own anxiety...and doing so with a happy heart. Boyle is worthy of your time if you want to mindfully work through anxiety and stress without being overwhelmed by jargon. And if you are a clinician who treats clients with anxiety, you might want to suggest Boyle's book to your patients." --PsychCentral.com