Triumph Over Fear

Triumph Over Fear

Triumph Over Fear

The National Institute of Mental Health calls anxiety disorders the most common mental health problem in America. They are also among the most treatable. Yet tens of millions of people struggle with hidden fears and restricted lives because they have not received proper diagnosis and treatment. Triumph Over Fear combines Jerilyn Ross's firsthand account of overcoming her own disabling phobia with inspiring case histories of recovery from other forms of anxiety, including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder; an post-traumatic stress disorder. State-of-the-art information is combined with powerful self-help techniques, together with clear indications of when to seek additional professional help and/or medication. Also included is the latest research on anxiety disorders in children, plus advice for dealing with family members and employers.

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Genre : Self-Help
Author : Jerilyn Ross
Publisher : Bantam
Release : 2009-12-30
Total Pages : 320 Pages
ISBN : 9780307574121


Triumph Over Failure And Fear

Triumph Over Failure And Fear

When you feel overwhelmed, overworked, and not sure what to do ... It's time to dig deep and fi nd your resiliency. But how? Sally Allen was a statistic waiting to happen. Born into a toxic environment, forced into an arranged marriage, and being sexually abused left her in a chronic state of fear and insecurity. The worst part, however, was the bondage that she created for herself-in her mind. Allen had no idea the life she led wasn't normal. She allowed her circumstances to define who she was. She was powerless. Through a series of events, she found her power. She discovered how to be resilient. Through the power of resilience, she made the paradigm shift: from victim to survivor, from lack of self-esteem to boldness and bravery, from people-fearing to God-fearing. From her journey of finding resilience, Allen discovered a process, and that's the backbone of what you will read. With it, you can find your own resilience and rewrite your story the way you want!

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Author : Sally Allen
Publisher :
Release : 2021-05-14
Total Pages : 112 Pages
ISBN : 1948261421


Triumph Over Shyness

Triumph Over Shyness

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Author : Murray B. Stein
Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
Release :
Total Pages : Pages
ISBN : 0071428739


Triumph Over Fear

Triumph Over Fear

After witnessing the sinking of his ship HMS Watchful, and seeing the officers and men he knew so well dead and dying, Commander John Hammond suffers a nervous breakdown and is admitted to hospital. Following extensive psychiatric treatment, he is finally considered fit to return to duty. However, doubts remain in his mind if he will ever really recover from the past. This is soon put to the test when, after being appointed commanding officer of HMS Simba, a Tribal Class destroyer, he is faced with a life or death decision while on convoy duty in the Mediterranean. Luckily, date intervenes to solve the problem; but when his ship is sent on convoy duty to Russia, facing the hazards of icebergs, U-boats and the Luftwaffe, Hammond has to decide on a daring course of action which, if successful, could save his ship and the lives of his crew. While the action in the story is based on actual events, as a counterpoint to death and destruction, the author describes raunchy runs ashore, matrimonial difficulties, romantic involvements and the humour and comradeship of the lower deck, which still prevails in today's navy.

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Genre : Fiction
Author : Thomas E. Lightburn
Publisher : Vanguard Press
Release : 2018-11-29
Total Pages : 356 Pages
ISBN : 1784655325


Triumph Over Fear

Triumph Over Fear

Describes agoraphobia, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder, and presents a six-point self-help program that incorporates thought and impulse management, breathing control, relaxation and exercise, and family and friends.

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Genre : Anxiety
Author : Jerilyn Ross
Publisher :
Release : 1995
Total Pages : 296 Pages
ISBN : OCLC:1245906293


Found

Found

An Indiana woman shares the story of her abduction, assault, faith, and survival in this inspiring autobiography. Though her name was not divulged, viewers would learn that she was hit over the head near the entrance of her home, abducted, sexually assaulted, and forced into the trunk of her own car. News cameras would capture footage of Michelle’s personal items strewn across the lawn around her home and along the wooded area behind a local restaurant. The community would breathe a sigh of relief after learning that she had somehow survived and that the assailants had been caught, ending a string of similar crimes. But there is so much more to the story. The events of September 12, 1996 would change the entire course of Michelle’s life. In the days that followed, she couldn’t imagine how she could ever live a normal, happy life and she certainly never wanted to talk about it. Found is the story of how her life was forever impacted by the compassionate heroism of an off-duty police officer, the patient and powerful love of her greatest ally, and the answer to a desperate prayer during what she believed were her dying moments. Within Found, Michelle shares this story with immense gratitude for every little miracle that would happen along the way and empower her to become a voice for others who need to know they, too, can survive whatever unexpected turns life may bring. Praise for Found “A woman of great faith faces the most difficult situation anyone can face, including impending loss of life, and is saved by a miraculous intervention. . . . Michelle Corrao’s story is a compelling story of faith, courage, and resilience.” —Neil Moore, ED.D., Fort Wayne Chief of Police (Ret.) FBI-LEEDA “Found is a powerful testimony by a courageous woman who has turned pain into power through an unimaginable ordeal. Michelle Corrao’s story will encourage anyone who has been victimized, robbed of hope, and facing death. She is an incredible role model for survivors who are determined to not simply survive but go on to thrive through helping other survivors.” —Casey Gwinn, President, Alliance for Hope International

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Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Author : Michelle Corrao
Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
Release : 2020-10-06
Total Pages : 179 Pages
ISBN : 9781631951497


Times Of Challenge

Times Of Challenge

It's about joy, strength, and triumph in the most unlikely and chilling circumstances. It's about people who faced and conquered frightening challenges. Then they opened windows into their lives to let the rest of us see how they overcame.

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Genre : Courage
Author : Seryl Sander
Publisher : Mesorah Publications
Release : 1988
Total Pages : 222 Pages
ISBN : 0899065562


Master Your Fears

Master Your Fears

Praise for Master Your Fears ""Dr. Sapadin's fascinating guide to mastering our fears and constant worries is essential reading for these times. She offers readers a practical and powerful set of guidelines for taking control of their strong emotions and building a better life in the process."" -Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D., professor, Stanford University, and past president of the American Psychological Association ""Master Your Fears is a valuable self-help book written in clear language, with excellent advice, engaging quizzes, creative exercises and lots of anecdotes about people with all types of fears. Dr. Sapadin supportively explains the fearful lifestyle-and how to change the pattern. She connects with readers, venturing beyond theory and case studies, by openly discussing her own fears and how she overcame them. A must-read if you want to lighten your fear and brighten your life."" -Carol Goldberg, Ph.D., host and producer of the award-winning TV program Dr. Carol Goldberg and Company ""In this helpful book, Dr. Sapadin does not take a one-size-fits- all approach to the multifaceted experience of fear. Rather, she provides the reader with concrete, creative suggestions for mastering fears based on one's fear style. She also includes simple but powerful assignments that help you create positive change in your life. I will be recommending this book to my clients, friends and all those who allow fear to inhibit their lives."" -Pauline Wallin, Ph.D., author of Taming Your Inner Brat: A Guide for Transforming Self-Defeating Behavior ""An inspiring, empowering book that will help any reader who has been paralyzed by fear or overwhelmed by a disorganized and chaotic way of living. Master Your Fears provides an abundance of creative yet practical advice on how to change self-defeating emotions and behaviors and leave your fears behind. I highly recommend it!"" -Barry J. Izsak, president of the National Association of Professional Organizers ""Master Your Fears is an excellent book for all those who are living a fearful lifestyle. Dr. Sapadin successfully blends effective strategies for conquering fears with a comprehensive approach for achieving life satisfaction and happiness."" -Elizabeth K. Carll, Ph.D., president Media Psychology Division, American Psychological Association

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Genre : Self-Help
Author : Linda Sapadin
Publisher : Turner Publishing Company
Release : 2004-03
Total Pages : 256 Pages
ISBN : 1620458144


No Fear

No Fear

Retracing the steps of the first civil rights and whistleblower act of the 21st century, this chronicle follows young, black, MIT-educated social scientist Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, shortly after she landed her dream job at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The account illustrates how the author attempted to convince the government to investigate allegations surrounding a multinational corporation, suspecting that they were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of South Africans who were mining vanadium--a vital strategic mineral. Documenting Coleman-Adebayo's shocking discovery that the EPA itself was the first line of defense for the corporation in question, this record depicts how the agency stonewalled, prompting the author to expose them. The agency's brutal retaliation is captured in detail, revealing their use of every racist and sexist trick in their playbook, costing the protagonist her career, endangering her family, and sacrificing more lives in the vanadium mines of South Africa.Finishing on a hopeful note, the recollection concludes with the upwelling of support the author received from others in the federal bureaucracy, detailing how her subsequent grassroots struggle to protect future whistleblowers ended in victory.

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Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Author : Marsha Coleman-Adebayo
Publisher : Chicago Review Press
Release : 2011
Total Pages : 480 Pages
ISBN : 9781569769393


A Paralyzing Fear

A Paralyzing Fear

Describes the impact of Poliomyelitis on American society, and shares the accounts of doctors, nurses, medical researchers, and polio victims and their families

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Genre : Health & Fitness
Author : Nina Gilden Seavey
Publisher : TV Books Incorporated
Release : 1998
Total Pages : 288 Pages
ISBN : UVA:X004247903