Feeling Happy, Feeling Strong: Exercises for Transforming Stress, Anxiety, Worry and Fear into Deeper Connection with Ourselves

Many Trees Publishing

Narrated by Suzanne Wylde

1 hr 39 min

Have you been feeling anxious, stressed, worried or fearful recently? Do you feel that you need more control over your emotions and that you'd like to feel more grounded and calm?

This audiobook may be the solution.

This experiential guide will take you through a range of simple and effective tools for working through fear, stress, anxiety or worry.

The relatable and practical information and exercises will teach you how to transform the difficult emotions that arise from uncertainty and loss of control, into opportunities for growth and empowerment. Read and experience the method at the same time as you are walked through this grounded and fun approach Suzanne has created from her 15 years' experience of working with clients holistically.

A self-development coach, acupuncturist, stretching trainer, energy worker and author (of Moving Stretch and The Art of Coming Home), Suzanne works with clients in London and has had great reviews from The Times, The Guardian, Marie Claire, Elle, Psychologies and other major publications for her effective and eclectic work. She creates simple tools that modern people can use to feel better without unnecessary complication or ideology, so whatever your background, lifestyle or beliefs you can use these exercises to start feeling happier and stronger today.

www.suzannewylde.com

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Publisher
Many Trees Publishing
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Published on
May 6, 2020
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Duration
1h 39m 49s
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ISBN
9781838035211
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Meditations
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
Self-Help / Self-Management / Stress Management
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Eligible for Family Library

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