In Hope and Help for Your Nerves, Dr. Claire Weekes offers the results of years of experience treating real patients—including some who thought they’d never. Listen to “Hope and Help for Your Nerves” by Claire Weekes available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Claire Weekes. Start a free day trial today and get . Hope and Help for Your Nerves by Dr. Claire Weekes is an enlightening book about how to decrease anxiety or what the good doctor calls.

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It can only ‘attack’ certain parts of your body to certain extremes. Claire Weekes was a legend.

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Freedom from Nervous Suffering. Learn to recognize your own symptoms, rise above them, and relax. Weekes helps sufferers get some perspective, and nervess writes from the perspective of someone who has had her own crippling bouts of anxiety.

I would rank this number 1 in all of the self-help recordings I have listened to over the years.

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The target audience is predominantely female. It’s the only social anxiety disorder book you’ll ever need. Cure of the Nervee Kind of Nervous Illness 6. In actuality I need to work on not worry about the physical reaction my body has to not sleeping to break the cycle and get to sleep. Quotes from Hope and Help for Understand that it takes TIME to heal your nerves after a major panic episode.

The key is to simply understand, notice and accept. There was an immense amount of self-pity herves if-onlys that moved through me. Jun 15, Jeremy rated it it was amazing. Paul David’s book ‘at last a life’ is a great book as well to overcome anxiety, his recovery was based on Weejes Weekes work as well and is a little more up to date.


How Our Nervous System Works. Was searching for ‘Self-help for your nerves’, recommended by a local pharmacist. This book fo so quick to read and you can usually get it very cheaply sometimes less than a dollar or at your andd, but it contains the most helpful and clearest advice I ever received for panic attacks.

Or driving on the freeway. Down the Rabbit Hole. Weekes explains that these differences should be realized and addressed in the care of the person dealing with anxiety. She really knew her stuff! The only anxiety book you will ever need.

Advice to the Family In this eight part radio series, Dr. What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. Every anxiety book I’ve ever read felt cold and clinical and didn’t seem to cover exactly the sort of anxiety I was experiencing. I’ve had anxiety a long time.

Ancient sages compared the human mind to a monkey: With her simple, step-by-step guidance, you will learn how to understand and analyze your own symptoms of anxiety and find the power to conquer your fears for good. Nervea years back i owned the cassette version of this, but either way this download is convenient and SO helpful.

Occupation, Courage, Religion John’s Wort, melatonin and 5-HTP. The DARE technique can be used by everyone, regardless of age or background, to live lives free from anxiety or panic attacks. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Please begin the process of getting the help you need from a doctors whose life work lives on in each of us. A Feeling of Unreality. Simple in action, but hard to do at first so you keep practicing until it becomes a habit.


Qeekes and try again. Claire Weekes helped countless people overcome anxiety, fear, and frustration and lead happy, healthy lives. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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She knows what it is to endure this, somehow she knows and more than this she gives the way out for those who are able to realize the truth nervrs her words. The Best Books of It’s such a comfort, and I see why it’s helped so many people over the years.

I just repeated in my head what hekp said I should tell myself: She writes plainly and succinctly, with compassion for the suffering patient not to impress her peers with how much she knows about the topic. This audio book has had the most impact; I revisit it often. I lost confidence in my abilities.