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#Attack Anxiety: Facing Anxiety with Tools to Help by Don Womble Sr. is a self-help resource that blends personal experience with advice and opens a conversation about living with and managing anxiety. The book is broken into sections that focus on the various stages of Womble’s life from his struggles as a child to his teenage years to marriage to his job as a pastor. He touches upon the various anxieties he faced through each stage of his life, balanced by tips to manage anxiety, an inside look at anxiety, and types of anxiety disorders.
Womble’s honesty and experience make this book an ideal resource for those with children struggling to handle anxiety, those facing anxiety at work, and anyone struggling with anxiety in all areas of their life. Womble hits upon the root of anxiety. He shares stories about his anxiety getting so bad that he physically had trouble swallowing, how his anxiety kept him from fulfilling certain duties as a pastor, and even the role of anxiety in marriage. The book breaks down the types of anxiety, ways to manage it, ways to spot it, and various stages of life with it. These delve into depression, stress, PTSD, and other anxiety disorders which will allow those struggling to understand the type of anxiety and be able to note the possible causes.
The goal of #Attack Anxiety: Facing Anxiety with Tools to Help by Don Womble Sr. is to shine a light on the challenges of living with anxiety and to break the stigma of what people think. Womble opens up a different conversation about anxiety and this makes the book a tool that will genuinely help people. This book is an honest and enriching resource for managing the struggles of anxiety by weaving personal experiences with advice and tips to show those struggling that they’re not alone.