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'Simple, lucid advice on how to accept your anxiety' Matt Haig, bestselling author of Reasons to Stay Alive. A warm and supportive little book to help ease worry and panic - new edition for 2017. Drawing on her own experience of anxiety disorder and recovery, Sarah Rayner shares her insights into this extremely common and often distressing condition with compassion and humour. She reveals the seven elements that commonly contribute to anxiety including adrenaline, negative thinking and fear of the future, and explains what causes worry and panic to become such a problem for many of us. Illustrated by examples and photographs from the author's own life and backed by an online support group, since its launch in 2014 this companion to mental good health has helped thousands of sufferers across the world. Now it's been updated for 2017 to include more insights from the author, and dozens of bite-size suggestions from readers and group members who share what's worked for them. If you suffer from panic attacks, a debilitating disorder or simply want to spend less time worrying, Making Friends with Anxiety will give you a greater understanding of how your mind and body work together, helping restore confidence and control. Sarah Rayner is the British author of five novels including the international bestseller, 'One Moment, One Morning'. As a novelist, Sarah is known for tackling difficult subjects such as bereavement, infertility and mental illness with empathy and insight, but her latest books are non-fiction. 'Making Friends with Anxiety' is a little self-help book written to help enable people who panic and worry to regain confidence and control. The series now includes 'More Making Friends with Anxiety', 'Making Friends with Anxiety: A Calming Colouring Book' and 'Making Friends with the Menopause'. Sarah has also written two more light-hearted novels - 'The Other Half' and 'Getting Even'. Originally published in the early noughties in the UK, these have been fully revised and updated by the author both came out in 2014. For many years Sarah worked as an advertising copywriter in London, but she now writes fiction full time, and lives by the sea in Brighton with her husband and stepson. To find out more about Sarah or get in touch, please visit her website, thecreativepumpkin.com - it always makes her day to hear from readers.