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Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781787758148

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Genre: Health & Personal Development

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Death anxiety can underlie many different mental health diagnoses at all stages of life, including depressive disorders, panic disorder, health anxiety, specific phobias, OCD, agoraphobia and more. This self-help guide will help you to better understand your fear of death and give you the tools to overcome it.

Using proven cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques, including exposure and response prevention (ERP), this book will help you to:

· Understand death anxiety and how it develops
· Undertake specific evidence-based steps to develop alternative ways of thinking about death
· Conduct exposure exercises to act against your fears
· Reduce your anxiety so that you can live life to the fullest.

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Reviews

I am so glad I reviewed this book as reading it has been transformative. I had no idea death anxiety was its own thing and to find my symptoms and experiences laid out before was an emotional experience. I will be continuing to use this book to help myself live my life freely
Zoey Mitchell, Anxiety UK Participation Group member, Anxiety UK
There is so much in the book that I found interesting and relevant to me. The exercises, explained in a way that is easily accessible, can be applied to more than just death anxiety; the information around mental health generally, death anxiety, the causes are presented clearly and calmly. The book is like listening to a sensible friend: quiet, calm and clear-headed. Whether you are concerned that you have a death anxiety, or you know you do, or simply you are concerned that you might not be living life to its fullest, this book is worth exploring.
Alberta Gutteridge, Host of the North London Death Cafe
"Really nicely written, it's clear and accessible ... I think it will be of interest to quite a lot of people ... it's not just a self-help book for if you're worried about death and dying, it's more practical and useful!"
Dr. Bethan Michael-Fox, The Death Studies Podcast