More Making Friends With Anxiety: A Little Book Of Creative Activities To Help Reduce Stress And Worry (Volume 2)
Publish Date: 2016-01-07
Author: Sarah Rayner
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From author Sarah Rayner comes the follow-up to the bestselling self-help manual, Making Friends with Anxiety. More Making Friends with Anxiety is packed with in-depth advice on reducing worry and panic, combined with beautifully easy things to make each of which can be completed in less than two hours and thereby occupy your hands, calm your mind and help you to relax.
Written with Sarahs trademark warmth and humour, More Making Friends with Anxiety: A little book of creative activities to help reduce worry and panic explains why some of us are particularly prone to anxiety, and how making friends with our difficult feelings, coupled with gentle creative activity can help. Whether youre a convert to crafts or a complete novice, this array of quick, cheap and easy activities will inspire and uplift you, nurturing mindfulness and positivity.
* Make a Collage * Paint Pebbles * Sew a Simple Cover * Bake a Crumble * Plant a Windowbox * Carve Wood * Make a Necklace * Look at Art * Listen to Music and more
* Fully illustrated with dozens of photographs and line drawings by the author and clear step-by-step instructions * Backed by an online support group * Experiment with ten different crafts and find out which you enjoy * Perfect for all ages and abilities - i.e. anyone who wants to be more creative and less stressed
PRAISE FOR MAKING FRIENDS WITH ANXIETY:
'Simple, lucid advice on how to accept your anxiety' Matt Haig, bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive
Reads like chatting with an old friend; one with wit, wisdom and experience Laura Lockington, Brighton and Hove Independent
PRAISE FOR SARAH RAYNER:
Carefully crafted and empathetic Sunday Times BrilliantWarm and approachable Essentials You'll want to inhale it in one breath' Easy Living