The Anti-Anxiety Notebook
Make 2021 Your Year 🌱
- 100 Journal Entries you can use whenever you feel stressed or anxious.
- Structured exercises proven to help you feel less anxious and track patterns.
- 5 Check-In’s covering different therapy tools for anxiety.
- 100+ notes and tips from therapists throughout the notebook to help guide and encourage reflection.
- 270 guided pages on 8”x5” paper.
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Untangling the Anxiety
Being able to write out what happened and talk about my feelings basically to myself has been astoundingly helpful. No one reads what I write, so I feel super safe to say what I have to say and then read it later on when I’m feeling better. I love how compact the notebook is if I ever have to take it with me on a trip and I love the way the material feels.
Therapy in a Book
I’m so happy I purchased this, since right now I don’t have health insurance or a therapist. I know from experience with therapy that each helpful section is a starting point to really getting to the deepest root of my anxiety, and I know that I don’t ever have to be ashamed if I take counseling again in addition to using this notebook. I really can’t thank its creators enough.
It's extremely helpful in learning to recognize negative thought patterns and emotional reasoning in real time, so that I can reframe my thoughts and work through the rough spots quicker. My only issue is that it’s sometimes hard to read the small text, but otherwise I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in getting a handle on their anxiety.
Changed my life
This notebook changed my life. Every time I felt anxious I would pull out this book and go through the feelings wheel and cognitive distortions that way I would actually learn them. I sincerely appreciate the therapists who made this book possible. I’ve already bought one for my boyfriend and one of my employees. 11/10 Highly recommended!
Grounds me right away
The main benefit of using the notebook is being able to stop myself in my tracks from overthinking and worrying myself. I can self meditate and ask myself thoughtful questions about my experience and essentially vent if needed.