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    Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear [BOOK GIVEAWAY]

    Overcoming Anxiety, Worry and Fear: Practical Ways to Find Peace by Dr. Gregory Jantz

    Overcoming Anxiety, Worry and Fear: Practical Ways to Find Peace by Dr. Gregory Jantz

    Through July 31, I’m giving away free copies of my new book, Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear: Practical Ways to Find Peace. If you’d like a copy, simply comment on this or any other blog post between now and then. I’ll contact you via email for your mailing address. You can also enter to win by commenting on my Facebook page or mentioning the book on Twitter.

    For some idea of what to expect, here’s an excerpt from the Introduction….

    Do you ever find yourself fearful without really knowing why?

    Do you worry about a thousand little things during the day?

    Do certain situations cause your heart to race and your palms to sweat?

    Do you sometimes feel like you’re smothering, like you can’t get enough air?

    Do you all of a sudden feel light-headed, disconnected, and on edge?

    Do you wake up in the morning tired and irritable?

    Do you have trouble going to sleep or staying asleep?

    Does the fear sometimes become so overwhelming that you’re afraid you’re going to die?

    Do you avoid certain people, places, and situations because of how fearful they make you feel?

    Do you find yourself thinking about all the things that could go wrong?

    Anxiety is defined as “a painful or apprehensive uneasiness of the mind, usually over an impending or anticipated ill; a fearful concern or interest; an abnormal or overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by physiological signs (as sweating, tension, and increased pulse), by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about one’s capacity to cope with it. Too many of us live out this definition in our lives. The opposite of worry and anxiety – assurance, calm, composure, confidence, contentment, ease, happiness, peace, security, tranquility – is foreign. We’d love to go there; we just don’t know the way.

    Over my years in the counseling business, I’ve seen the toll anxiety takes on lives and health. I’ve seen anxiety partner with many other mental health, medical, and chemical dependency concerns, complicating recovery. I’ve seen fear of the future outweigh the horror of the present, resulting in paralysis and an inability to move forward.

    I’ve also seen people meet their worries, fears, and anxieties head-on, helping them break through to recovery. I’ve seen the amazing courage of those who refused to cower any longer in a corner of their lives and reached out and up to personal victory. I’ve seen hope win out over despair, trust win out over fear, faith triumph over adversity. I’ve seen people win and gain back their lives.

    Would you like to experience peace in your life – a peace you could count on?

    Would you like to be able to face your fears and come out the winner?

    Would you like to understand what all this fear and worry you feel is about?

    Would you like to know how to overcome the panic and really enjoy life again?

    Would you like to look forward to the future instead of creeping up on it with dread?

    You weren’t created to live a life of worry, with fears and anxieties constantly hedging you in and draining you of happiness, joy, and peace. It’s time to step back from the edge and overcome your anxiety, worry, and fear.

    For your free copy of Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear, comment on this blog post or via the Facebook or Twitter links below.

    18 Comments

    1. Today my loved one had her first anxiety attack as she went into work. so i started looking for way to help her if possible. it was a scary thing for the both of us to go through. her because she did not know what was happening and me because i could not get to her to try and help her.

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    2. I think this is so wonderful of you to be giving away free books to those of us who can use some good help and advice! Thank you very much! The way this world is right now, fear is everywhere, depression, anxiety, its everywhere….. Not being able to work, or losing your jobs, homes, cars. Do you eat or pay the electric bill….. So I thank you for your help! And the free Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Fear book!!!

      Maggie Jones

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    3. If you still have a free copy available, I am interested. It sounds like a great book!

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    4. I can’t go to sleep, so I’m up, online, searching for “self help” …and I’ve stumbled upon this page, saw the book, and would LOVE a copy! I hope I win! Thanks

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    5. Thank you all for sharing your thoughts and experiences with anxiety. It’s everywhere these days, touching everyone, directly or indirectly through the ones we love. I have emailed each of you privately requesting your mailing addresses. Would love to get a copy of the new book out to you right away! Blessings.

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    6. I’d like a copy. Thanks!

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    7. Hi, I’d like a copy of your book, Thank You!!

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    8. I saw an advertisement on the radio station Spirit 105.3’s website for a free copy of this book – is the offer still available? Thank you.

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    9. For several years I have been trying to figure out what is wrong with me, knowing myself that it wasn’t just that I was shy. I realize I have anxiety and it has taken over the most specail part of my life and ruined a perfect relationship with the man I wish to marry. I want to learn how to cope with it and overcome it, it will not get the rest of me. I would love a copy of this book to help me learn more about what I am dealing with. Thank you.

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    10. I need this book to probably help me so if you still have a free copy available, I am interested. It sounds like a great book!

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    11. PLEASE send me a copy!

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    12. I would like to receive a copy of this book. I am battleling with anxiety and I would like to know how to overcome my battle.

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    13. I just got done talking with a friend who thinks that I have relational codependency with my daughter and probably my other children as well. I suffer from ptsd, generalized anxiety disorder, and panic disorder. I do not see a doctor for this and I do not medicate. My daughter recently with through some bullying at her school and she became depressed. She tried to kill herself (she’s only 14) because the bullies said she should. She stayed in a 10-day treatment center and she is on Zoloft now. Since she came out, I’ve taken her to church, along with the other kids. I feel super worried and paranoid of her every move. I think I am suffocating her. I feel like she wants me to be a robot and I just can’t do that. But I don’t know how not to worry about her. I’m really going crazy here. There is so much more, but I don’t want to do it all here. Thank you for listening, and of course, a book would help. A lot of books would. Right now, I’m trying the Good Book only. Evy Kas

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    14. Your book sounds like it hits right on the kind of information I need at this point in my emotional life. I would love a copy. Thank you!

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    15. Been struggling with anxiety, fear, emotional and financial insecurity for the past 5-6 years.
      I am divorced and very isolated for a while and feel very codependent with a new relationship of under 3 months always questioning myself in my head if I don’t her from her or get reassurance that everything is OK. I am used living with someone but I only see her once every 2-3 weeks we talk most day’s and I find myself calling and texting multiple time a day. I really need to gain emotional security as this behavior paralysis me. I really would love to get a free book. Thanks!

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    16. I know that it’s been 2 years since you’ve made that offer, but I could really use a copy of your book. I have been praying for healing, and your book sounds like a possible answer. I hope you can still spare a copy. Thank you!

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    17. Had anxiety most of my life I’m thinking. But really had issues the last 6ish years. The codependency has been since late teens. Wasted most of my life struggling and time to fix and heal. Could definitely use some help and maybe the book is a good first start.

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    18. Saw the articles written about anxiety on the website. I’d love to read this book you are offering. Thanks for your help

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