As I always tell my psychiatric patients, having some anxiety is a good thing. The key is learning to use your brain to transform the way you think about anxiety so you can tap into its secret powers. That's why I love Anxiety is Your Superpower so much. It offers a handy toolbox to transform your anxiety from a downer to a superpower.
Anxiety is Your Superpower is a must-read for anyone interested in harnessing their full power in creativity and productivity in all areas.
Anxiety isn't a weakness - it's your brain telling you that it's time for a change. And in this incredibly insightful book, Dr Wendy Suzuki breaks down the exact whats, whys and hows to flipping your perspective, and turning anxiety into the secret weapon you can use to get the life you want. She will transform your kryptonite into your super power!
Everyone feels anxious at times but 'Good Anxiety' shows us that not only can we learn to live with anxiety but we can make it work for us too. Dr Wendy Suzuki, a professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University, shares scientific facts in a comprehensive and relatable way. She then offers clear tools and strategies to help us live a fuller life.
A book that is erudite, practical, reader-friendly, deeply personal, and sure to help even the most anxious among us.
For those of us simply trying to navigate a world in which worries seem destined to multiply, [Dr] Suzuki provides a welcome road map.
The book contains surveys and strategies to help people assess and even befriend their anxiety. It's a powerful reminder that many of the human body's adaptations can be used for good or ill - and that people can flip their responses to what can feel like inevitable feelings of anxiety and stress.
This book is an absolute game-changer. [Suzuki] talks about good anxiety and the idea around building a better relationship to our anxiety and using it as a way to empower us to be better... It's a mixture of tools, of storytelling, of understanding and unpacking some of the best things we can do to help our mental health [and] anxiety.