The new step-by-step book reveals simple and inspiring ways to realise a happier, worry-free life and make anxiety a thing of the past.
Co-authors Professor Daniel Freeman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Oxford University, and psychology writer Jason Freeman — dubbed the UK’s “Worry Tzars” — call upon the latest cutting- edge clinical research and proven-to-work techniques to put the ‘How To’ into the world-famous “Keep Calm” mantra, offering friendly guidance, exercises and motivating ‘quick wins’.
Refreshingly and reassuringly, How to Keep Calm and Carry On is science-based without being technical and contains no jargon or scary psychobabble across its 12 fascinating chapters. Instead, the book provides an effortlessly accessible manual to feeling more calm, composed and centred. By following the Freeman Brothers’ advice, readers can build a realistic and highly-practical programme to keep fears in check and anxieties under control.
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Our review of How To Keep Calm And Carry On is here.