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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Get Out of Your Head: A Toolkit for Living With and Overcoming Anxiety by Brian Sachetta is a self-help book for those living with any Anxiety Disorder. He gives you a ten-step process and explains how they can help you when you are having an anxiety attack. Brian Sachetta also uses his life to show how he has used the steps. He also talks about other well-known people that have come up with a process and how he used these to help as well. The book comes in two parts; the first one talks about how to get out of anxiety attacks and manage them. The second part talks about how to have fewer anxiety attacks.
Finally! An anxiety book that doesn’t leave me with anxiety. Get Out of Your Head by Brian Sachetta is a book I wish most people would write. He gives a disclaimer at the beginning that you need to read, explaining how he’s not a doctor and you should see yours and this toolkit may not work for everyone. I have been battling anxiety for forty years, thanks to a chemical imbalance, and I still use some of those tools already. It’s just so refreshing to read because all the other books I read say they have the ultimate cure - if that was the case all the psych docs would be out of business. I loved how Brian Sachetta includes his background to show how he used the tools, not just explain what they are. If you are looking for ways to help manage your anxiety attacks, then this book is a definite must-read. Thank you, Brian Sachetta, for helping us fight the stigma.